Gahaafaru (Gaafaru) Atoll


Gahaafaru Atoll also known as Gaafaru Atoll or Gaafarufalhu is a small atoll at the eastern end of a large elliptical reef that has proved disastrous to many vessels with the wrecks of Aracan (1873), SS Seagull (1879), Clan Alpine (1879), Erlangen (1894), Crusader (1905) and Lady Cristine (1974). 15 km long and 8.5 km wide Gaafaru reef is as much a separate atoll as Goidu or Rasdhu which are similar in structure and size. It is separated from Malé Atoll by a narrow but deep Gaafaru Kandu channel. Its lagoon has an average depth of 16 fathoms and has no coral patches or shoals in its centre.


Mirian Sky 

Oblu by Atmosphere Helengli

Makunudu Island

Eriyadu Island resort and spa

One& Only Reethi Rah

Vivanta Taj by Coral Reef

Coco Bodu Hithi 

Adaraan Prestige Ocean Villas

Dhifushi white sand beach 



Maldives Gahaafaru (Gaafaru) Atoll

Lat: 4.735916138 - Lng: 73.499771118