Biyadhoo Island Resort
Biyaadhoo or Biyadhoo is a circular ten-acre resort-island in South Malé Atoll in the administrative division Kaafu Atoll of the Maldives. The island is located 18 miles south of Malé International Airport. It is located 0.62 miles from the island of Makunufushi, and only 330 yards from another resort-island, Villivaru. Both Biyaadhoo- and Villivaru islands are owned and managed by the Taj group from India. It is mostly made up by the Biyadhoo Island Resort, but remains a densely vegetated and forested island. The rich soil allows the cultivation of various fruits and vegetables, e.g. numerous coconut-, banana-, and mango trees grow on the island. Experts here have also been employed in growing vegetables hydroponically, some of the vegetables grown on the island includes tomatoes, cabbage, and cucumbers used by the resort in preparation of various buffets. There is one resort, a restaurant, spa, and one bar located on the island, all which are parts of the resort. There is also evening entertainment for guests several times a week.
|Visa requirements||All tourists from all countries are granted a free 30-day visa upon arrival. However, all visitors need to have a valid passport. If a passport expiry date falls within 30 days of arrival, tourists cannot extend their stay beyond the passport’s expiry date.|
|Languages spoken||English, Dhivehi|
|Currency used||United States Dollar (USD), Maldivian Rufiyaa (MVR)|