Goidhoo-Travel Attractions - Best Privet Beaches

Goidhoo is one of the inhabited islands near the Southern Maalhosmadulhu Atoll (Baa Atoll).  The island itself is a part of the Goidhoo Atoll, which is separated from the Baa Atoll by a 9.7km wide channel.  The Goidhoo Atoll is small, measuring 16km at its widest point.  

Goidhoo is a small island, with the whole atoll only having 468 inhabitants.  Like most Maldivian islands, the island is an excellent spot for those looking for a relaxing, remote beach vacation.

There are two primary places to stay on Goidhoo.  The first is the Horsburgh Island Guest House.

Goidhoo

 This accommodation is located only 0.1km from the town center and provides a number of amenities.

The hotel has a shared lounge/TV area, lockers, safety deposit boxes, currency exchange, and BBQ facilities.

The guest house has only five rooms, ensuring visitors get the privacy, and quiet they want from their relaxing holiday.  Each room has a flat-screen cable TV, sofa, private bathroom and shower facilities, and an electric kettle.

The hotel also has a number of recreational offerings that will ensure you are never short of things to do, should you want to do anything at all!  Free bikes are available for guests who want to explore the island.

There is also private beach access, where visitors can go snorkeling with manta rays and turtles.  At the end of the day, guests can relax and enjoy a nice meal in the hotel restaurant.  

godhoo Island

The other accommodation is the Azoush Tourist Guest House.  This hotel is designed for both business and leisure travel.Goidhoo Island

The hotel is also in close proximity to the main town in Goidhoo Atoll, thus allowing visitors easy access to the attractions there.

The hotel provides its guests a number of features, such as 24-hour room service and 24-hour reception which can help guests with laundry/ironing services and airport shuttle services.

 Additionally, reception can help guests make travel arrangements for water sport activities and journeys.  At the end of the day, guests can enjoy traditional Maldivian cuisine in the dining area.  

It is a little bit tricky to get to Goidhoo.  Visitors will have to fly to Malé and then take a 30 minute flight to the Dharavandhoo regional airport.

From there, guests will have to take a 30 minute boat ride to Goidhoo.  However, once there, you will surely enjoy the tranquility, beauty, and recreation the island has to offer.  

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