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Equator Village FACILITIES

  • Beachfront
  • SPA
  • Tennis
  • Swimming pool
  • Surfing
  • House reef
  • Yoga
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Gym
  • Domestic Flight
  • Big island
  • Local island
  • Best resorts in Addu Atoll
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Equator Village VIEW ON MAP

Hotel overview

Welcome to Equator Village spa resort- the alluring tropical beauty of Addu Atoll. Nestled in one of the largest, most interestingly formed and historically rich atolls of Maldives, an exotic adventure begins the moment you start your journey from INIA to Gan International Airport. This is not your typical Maldivian resort; this is an equatorial escape into a land of culture and nature entwined together. Located in Addu Atoll’s Gan Island, your holiday in Equator village resort comes in a package of unique beauty and intriguing history. From Gan Island, which was a RAF base until 1976, a scenic ride of swaying palms, coastal roads lined with cafes and smiling locals takes you the length of 4 islands (Gan, Feydhoo, Maradhoo and Hithadhoo) joined together by causeways. Hop on a ferry and three more islands can be reached. With Bicycles to leisurely cycle through the scenery, excursions to take you island hopping and fishing, and comfy airconditioned vans with experienced drivers to cruise around the islands, you explore at your own pace. Historical sights includes a War Memorial built by the British on Gan Island, and a building in Maradhoo used as an Armory by the British forces during the war. The biggest wreck in Maldives - The British Loyalty lies in a seabed inside the Atoll. Addu Atoll also boasts of exceptionally pristine coral reefs, as this is the only area in Maldives that wasn’t affected by the 1998 global coral bleaching. With lovely mangroves balancing the eco system, and exotic birds like white terns locally known as ‘dhondheeni’ found only in selective tropical lands such as this dotting the fresh blue skies, Addu is without doubt exquisitely special. This is the last inhabited atoll for miles, and standing on the edge of the lush lands looking onto the vast Indian ocean where fishermen brave the seas one can’t help but feel the swell of adventure rise in their hearts.
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TripAdvisor© Traveler Reviews

All round average with some outliers...

It was our 4th visit to Maldives and 5th overall resort. So I had a fair idea about what to expect. Let me start with the good things - 1. All inclusive snorkeling - it's free to AI guests daily...
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C 13it Bengaluru, India

Good stay

We enjoyed our stay at Equator Village. The food was good, we liked the variety, the beaches were lovely and the ambince was nice. We would especially like to give thanks to Varun. He made our stay...
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C robert2903

A wonderful 2 week stay at Equator Village

The village is a fantastic place to unwind and enjoy everything the Maldives has to offer. While the resort has all you need it is also great to be able to visit the rest of the island and attached...
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C 782natashaj Las Vegas, Nevada