Kaimoo’s first resort, Embudu village was opened in 1979, and is one of the Maldives longest running holiday resorts. A diver’s paradise, surrounded by famous dive sites and a stunning house reef, Embudu Village is a 20 minutes’ speedboat ride from Velaana International Airport.
Summer Island Maldives, a 4 star barefoot island resort, located in North Male’ atoll is a 45 minutes’ speedboat ride from Velaana International Airport. Voted ‘South Asia’s Leading Beach Resort’ at the South Asia Travel Awards 2017, the island is a picture postcard of paradise, surrounded by a gorgeous beach and beautiful lagoon.
Kaimoo’s southern resort, Equator Village is located in Gan, Addu atoll, in the Maldives’ deep south. The resort is located in the grounds of a former British Royal Air Force base.
Equator Village’s unique location makes it one of the very few resorts in the Maldives that is connected to neighbouring islands. The resort offers diving to the Maldives’ largest wreck, the British Liberty and manta can be seen all year round in Addu.
With ocean views, and manicured English flower gardens, Equator Village is full of southern tropical charm.
“Diving remains popular and enjoyable here. Popular because of the variety of great dives nearby, and enjoyable because the divedive base leaders and staff are particularly friendly and accommodating, as well as efficient. The Protected Marine Area of Embudu Channel is a couple of minutes away and encompasses the thrilling drift dive of Embudu Express, the coral gardens of Embudu Thila and a shark point (grey reef sharks).” — Seven Holidays
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