Island Break Fulidhoo is a nice accommodation with best view rooms. They offer rooms at an affordable price tag. The guests have direct access to the beautiful white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters sea. It is one of the best places to enjoy snorkelling in island reef. The distance between Male International Airport and Island Break Fulidhoo is just 57 km approx. So, you must have one question, how to get to Island Break Fulidhoo? This accommodation is accessible through public ferry.
In this article, we have provided our best guide on how to reach Island Break Fulidhoo from Male International Airport. So, let’s see!
By Public Ferry from Male International Airport
This beautiful guest house / accommodation can be reached by public ferry available from Male’. This mode of transport may take up to 3 hours to reach here. The cost of public ferry from Male’ to Island Break Guest House is minimum and not so much expensive.
Thus, public ferries are cheaper compared to speedboat. However, some of the disadvantages are: more prone to delays, technical problems, timetabled, slow, and less luxury. The cost of public ferry from Male to Fulidhoo Island is US$5 per adult per way. The availability of this ferry is mentioned below:
- From Male’: Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday
- To Male’: Saturday, Monday, Wednesday
By Speedboat from Male International Airport
The distance between Male Airport and Fulidhoo Island is approx. 57 km. This mode of transport takes up to 1 hour from Male International Airport or also known as Velana International Airport Male’. A speedboat ride is little bit costly compared to public ferry from Male Airport. An advance reservation is preferred for this mode of transport.
This mode of transport (speedboat) is available on daily basis except Friday. The cost of speedboat ride from Male Airport to Fulidhoo Island is US$40 per adult (per way).
To make your room reservation at this property, please visit this page link here. At message box, please insert your message that you are looking for airport transfer service.
Article first published on February 12, 2020.