Adaaran Club Rannalhi

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4.06

Adaaran Club Rannalhi is located 34kilometres away from the Malé International Airport. Filled with white soft sandy beaches and it even has a house reef right to it. This house reefs is home to many beautiful coral reefs and a variety of marine life. This Maldives resort is well known for its water bungalows. It has a private sun deck and glass floor which shows a great view of the reefs below and the vast marine life too. Other facilities of the room includes personal safe, tea/coffee maker, television with satellite channels, mini bar and king size or twin beds.
The standard rooms in Adaaran Club Rannalhi you can choose to stay in the resort’s two stories chalets that offer you a much more private and spacious stay. The facilities in these chalets include Terrace or Balcony, IDD phone facility with direct dialing, Flat Screen TV with Satellite channels, Mini Bar, King Size or Twin Beds and Spacious bathroom with hot/cold fresh water & shower cubicle.
There are a lot of activities you can take part in during your stay here in Adaaran Club Rannalhi resort. You can go island hopping which is a great way to see the beauty the Maldives have to offer. You can even spend the day on an uninhabited island during your island hopping tour. Night fishing is also another exciting activity that can be carried out here in Adaaran Club Rannalhi resort. You will be able to have a relaxing fishing trip while enjoying the beautiful night skies while waiting for something to bite on your bait!
A must try activity would be of course, Diving. The Rannalhi Dive Shop & Diving School caters to everything you might need to dive or snorkel in the Maldives. There are even diving courses leading to PADI certification in English, French, German, Italian and Russian offered here. The Water Sports Centre in Adaaran Club Rannalhi offers you the chance to take part in many other water sports. 

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