Adaaran Club Rannalhi - All Inclusive


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Sitting exclusively at the tip of the South Male Atoll this inviting all inclusive resort offers pristine beaches, an enchanting underwater world and a delightfully relaxed ambience. For those not content to simply chill out there are all manner of watersports, fishing safaris, the opportunity to dive and snorkel, as well as beach volleyball and football. Treatments at the tranquil spa aim to soothe and de-stress, while the restaurant features a diverse buffet.


  • 130 rooms
  • restaurant
  • bar
  • coffee shop
  • swimming pool
  • spa
  • reflexology centre
  • watersports
  • dive centre
  • fishing


In standard rooms with shower, mini bar, safe and balcony or terrace.

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Overwater bungalows which allow unfettered access to the ocean from a sun deck.


All inclusive


45 minutes speedboat transfer from Male airport

All Inclusive

Breakfast, lunch and dinner at main buffet restaurant - cocktail bar serves tea/coffee, iced tea, cordials and water, morning, afternoon & midnight snacks (all at set times) - beverages including spirits served by the glass, house red/white wine by the glass during lunch and dinner, soft drinks, mineral water and cordials by the glass, tea/coffee and selected cocktails - all at Nika Bar, Cocktail Bar and main restaurant (all at set times)


Minimum stays of 5-7 nights apply.

7 nights from £1649
  • Travel included
  • All Inclusive
  • Extranight price £125

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