Paguro Beach Inn Ukulhas is one of the best guest houses, located in Ukulhas Island along with other places to stay. Most of guest want to know about how to get to Ukulhas and particularly Paguro Beach Inn Maldives. The hotel is well connected with various mode of transport from Male Airport. The distance between Paguro Beach Inn Ukulhas and Male International Airport is 83 km approx.
In this article, we have compiled information on best ways to reach Paguro Beach Inn Ukulhas. As of now, they offer two different airport transfer options, which are given below:
1. By Speedboat from Male Intl. Airport
It is one of the widely used mode of sea transportation. In the Maldives, guests prefer speedboat transfer over seaplane transfer due to various reasons, one of them is cost. A speedboat transfer cost very less compared to seaplane transfer from Male.
The cost of speedboat transfer from Male to Ukulhas Island is US$40 per person 1 way. For kids between 2 – 12 years in age, they need to pay US$20 single way. The infants below 2 years are free of charge. The journey time is 90 minutes.
The schedule of this ferry is given below:
Number of Trips per day: 2, To Ukulhas
- 1st Trip: Velana International Airport to Ukulhas : 10:30 am
- 2nd Trip: Velana International Airport to Ukulhas : 16:30 pm
To Male’ or to Airport
- 1st Trip: Ukulhas to Airport or Male’ : 07:00 am
- 2nd Trip: Ukulhas to Airport or Male’ : 1:00 pm
Above schedule is valid for all week days except Friday. The schedule of speedboat on Friday is given below:
- Ukulhas / Male : 07:00 am
- Ukulhas / Male : 14:00 pm
- Male’ / Ukulhas : 09:30 am
- Male’ / Ukulhas : 16:30 pm
To make payment for airport transfer to the speedboat operator, CASH is preferred as credit card mode of payment will be charged extra 3.5%.
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2. MTCC Local Ferry Transfer (Public Ferry)
This is one of the most affordable ways to reach Paguro Beach Inn Ukulhas Maldives. This mode of transport is very cheap as it is managed and operated by the Government of Maldives. One major drawback is time. These types of public ferries takes longer time to reach anywhere as they are using motorized slow boats.
Article first published on March 8, 2020.