Kamadhoo - island of Baa atoll

Kamadhoo - island of Baa atoll (UNESCO World biosphere reserve)

Posted on March 18, 2016

Kamadhoo is an island of Baa atoll, which located in 110km to north from capital Male. Baa atoll is unique, because it’s one and only UNESCO biosphere reserve in Maldives, like island Komodo in Indonesia, Niagara waterfall in Canada, Galapagos islands in Ecuador and others.

This paradisiacal archipelago is 42 km long and 32 km wide. Excellent environmental and natural conditions for recreation - these are the real Maldives! With glorious white sandy beaches and crystal blue lagoons!

Atoll Baa consists of 75 islands, where only 13 of them are inhabited with a population about 11000 people. Baa is one of the most attractive and fast developing atolls of Maldives. There are 10 resorts, such a famous as Four Seasons 7*, Soneva fushi 5*, Coco palm 5*, Royal island 5*, Reethi beach 4* and others.

Atoll Baa is well-known for underwater world lovers, as here is a unique diversity of corals, fishes and sea animals, also there is the most famous Hanifaru bay, where it is possible to observe a vast amount of mantas and whale sharks from June till November.

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