Biyadhoo Island Resort
Biyadhoo Island Resort Maldives is known as the affordable resort in the Maldives. That does not mean it looks shabby, it is still a 3* resort and it has an absolutely fabulous housereef, which attracts divers and snorkelers over and over. Surrounded with beautiful trees and palm filled gardens.
Biyadhoo Island Resort is he perfect destination for the water sports enthusiast, offering a choice of water sports from basic courses to private lessons. From Catamaran sailing to Windsurfing lessons, explore the beautiful lagoon of the island with the gentle ocean breeze on your face.
There is a good PADI dive centre. It not only offers you the chance to see sharks, rays, turtles and dolphins, but there is also have a good choice of macro dive sites, where you can spot lots of secretive and unusual species, such as Nudibranchs. And there is the well known Biyadhoo Island Resort house reef which has 7 different passages and a cave where you can see ghost pipe fish, harlequin shrimp and so much more. No wonder so many visitors want to come to stay here.
Biyadhoo Island Resort Maldives has 97 rooms in two storey blocks, found just a few feet back from the edge of the ocean. The rooms are fairly basic and simply furnished but they do have air-conditioning and are kept clean.
It is definitely worth upgrading to All Inclusive, thus adding to its value for money, as food and drink in the Maldives can be expensive. Local dishes are the attraction, that will be a real treat for your tastebuds. A variety of wines and cocktails can be enjoyed in the traditional setting of the resort.
There is also a Spa, so you can relax at Biyadhoo Island Resort. Overlooking the crystal clear Indian Ocean, Himeyn Spa at Biyadhoo Island Resort has a rare idea of home spa amenities. It uses natural ingredients such as rice, coffee, orange, honey, coconut and herbs and spices mixed with traditional Asian body massages to improve heath and wellbeing. So if you want a nice resort, that is great value for money, then look no further than Biyadhoo Island Resort.