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Just returned from a wonderful two week all inclusive stay in paradise!! The island is stunning, the food world class and the service friendly but professional. We were on a special family holiday and between us we had a water villa and two deluxe beach...More
We just returned from a three week stay (December 21 to January 12) at the Filitheyo Island Resort in Maldives.
We flew from Canada (Quebec city) with Air Canada and Qatar Airways. The travel to Maldives took 33 hours each way, including connections :...More
We went for 10 nights in January 2007 and flew Business class from Heathrow on Sri-Lankan airways to Male and the experience was very good. We then had a seaplane ride via the Hilton Restort to Filitheyo, it was a breathtaking experience but I will...More
Filitheyo was way beyond our expectations! Where do I start to explain the beauty of the island!! We stayed for 10 nights for our honeymoon.
If you want peace and quiet then this is the most relaxing place you could be. The island was always...More
We went to Filitheyo for my 40th Birthday in October 2006, after reading all the reviews whilst chosing a holiday destination. We were not disappointed in anyway.
We flew with Sir Lankan Airlines and had a very good trip, especially on the way home when...More
Response from Christine75010 | Reviewed this property |
sorry for the delay. i hope it is not too late. Yes I went to Feeali (which gave its name to the resort). Really worth seeing (and very very safe). First the arrival in this tiny harbor, then the little houses (very poor but... More
sorry for the delay. i hope it is not too late. Yes I went to Feeali (which gave its name to the resort). Really worth seeing (and very very safe). First the arrival in this tiny harbor, then the little houses (very poor but colored with deep red, blue, yellow or green with drawings on the wall - not sure they calm them street art!). you will visit the school with English or mathematics lessons and ethics ("we owe respect to our parents/teachers/the older...) painted in the walls as well as in the hospital you will also see. You will take pictures of women crossing palm leaves to build the rooftop of our resort! You may come back with souvenirs from the 2 or 3 shops you will find there (made locally of wood or shells). Feeali is a place full of colors.
On the way back, you will stop in the sea (within the atol) for a snorkeling break and see oh so many extraordinary big and colorful fishes. Even some I.never saw in Mauritius nor Seychelles neither in the Red Sea. Amazing!
Other excursion that must be booked: night fishing. We came back with many fishes, we had the opportunity to meet huge sharks and saw a gorgeous sunset by the sea. Wonderful moment.
Have a nice trip!
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"If you want to be completely alone, book a room no. 125 and over. It is very remote and the paths not..."