North Ari Atoll

Discover the ancient origins of The Maldives from only £1,332 per person.

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Map of North Ari Atoll,The Maldives

A bit about North Ari Atoll

History and culture lie at the heart of the North Ari Atoll, the site of the longest continually inhabited regions of The Maldives. Archaeological discoveries from the atoll date back to the Vajrayana Buddhist era of the island's cultural heritage, representing the starting point of the modern Maldivian identity. Here you'll find the quintessential white, blue and green elements of Maldivian seascapes, with an added sense of cultural significance unique to the region.