56. Maafushi- One of the most popular islands of Maldives, the northern end is all beaches and resorts, while the only building on the southern edge is the prison of Maldives.
57. Meeru Island- It is the only resort on the Meerufenfushi island and is surrounded by a beautiful blue lagoon with white sandy beaches to engulf in the luxury of this island.
58. Kuramathi- Largest of the 6 islands in the Ross or Rasdhoo Atoll with the main attraction being a sandbank on the west end, which is visible only when its low tide.
59. Rangali- In the Alif Dhaal Atoll, this island is home to Conrad Maldives Rangali island resort which has been ranked world’s best hotel, twice.
60. Hulhulé Island- Located in the Northern Malé Atoll, it is one of the closest islands to the capital and houses the Malé International Airport, with flights mostly to Europe.
61. Rasdhoo- The only inhabited island of the natural atoll, Rasdhoo, and the capital of Alif Alif Atoll; it is a diving haven for amateurs and takes pride in its 16 guesthouses.
62. Guraidhoo- It is the most developed island in Thaa Atoll, and is famous for seeing a great amount of involvement in the same by its female residents.
63. Thulusdhoo- The island houses the only Coke factory in the world where desalted seawater is used, giving it the name of Coke’s island, and the surfing spot nearby is called Coke’s.
64. Vilamendhoo- Previously uninhabited island, it is a 4 star resort with 184 rooms. It is popular because of being in Ari Atoll, which is one of best diving spots of Maldives.
65. Meedhupparu- It is a coral island in Maldives where you can find a lot of newly grown coral and sea creatures like rays, octopuses, sharks and squids at just 10m depth.
66. Mirihi- Maldives’s first island with overwater bungalows and is renowned for its house reef and a 5-star diving center. You can also catch easy glimpse of Manta rays throughout the year.
67. Huraa Beach- The exclusively organized bikini beach of Maldives, the activities nearby include snorkeling, dolphin watching, or shopping for souvenirs that are comparatively cheaper than other major islands.
68. Reethi Beach- The Reethi Beach is known for its resort which is made with all natural materials, where you can find spas, water sports and the unparalleled beauty of Baa Atoll.
69. Velassaru- Bright and shiny white beaches with a brilliant blue sea surrounding it, Velassaru is one of the best places to visit in Maldives for couples and honeymooners.
70. Filitheyo- The house to one of Maldives’s newest and the only resort in the Faafu Atoll, this triangular island is a spectacular spot for all the diving enthusiasts.
71. Vaadhoo Beach- Part of a rather small island of Vaadhoo with only 500 residents, it is a renowned spot for people visiting Maldives for its shoreline show of bioluminescence.
72. Artificial Beach- An exception of Maldives, Malé has no beach of its own, and therefore, the artificial beach was created so tourists and residents could enjoy a good swim too.
73. Thoddoo Beach- This beach is what the island is actually famous for. Apart from its watermelons; it is lined with thick vegetation and the water is absolutely litter-free.
74. Fuvahmulah Beach- Whiter than other beaches of Maldives because of strong and consistent wave activity, this beach is most famous for frolicking and picture-perfect moments.
75. Gulhi Beach- Gulhi island has its beach divided in two parts; the one in the north has been declared another bikini beach, while the south one is just a normal beach.
76. Dhiffushi- Another small yet inhabited island of Kaafu Atoll, it is surrounded by shallow waters making it a good diving spot. Apart from tourism, the residents are also engaged in fishing.
77. Biyadhoo- Sandy beaches, tropical vegetation and a claim of the best house reef in Maldives, this island is renowned for having a good number of diving sites.
78. Landaa Giraavaru- This island is famous for being home to the Four Seasons Resort. The shallow waters around are well-known diving spots for whale sharks and Rays.
79. Komandoo- the Smallest island of the Shaviyani Atoll yet forms an amazing diving spot for spotting octopuses, turtles and manta rays. The residents here have historically been skilled crafters.
80. Bathala- An oval shaped resort island, it is only 150m long and 300m wide, but is known as a good place for spotting reef sharks, nurse sharks, manta and eagle rays.
81. Fulidhoo- Another newly available tourism island, it has only 2 guesthouses but has abundant places to visit and things to do. You can spot dolphins on your way here.
82. Ukulhas- Another island which has a bikini beach, it is more famous for having white sandy beaches, amazing diving spots and a high level of cleanliness.
83. Himmafushi- Situated at about 18kms from the airport, this island in the Kaafu Atoll is famous in the world for its diving spots and surfing zones.
84. Dharavandhoo- This is another island where you can easily spot whale sharks and manta rays while diving. This place is famous for its uber clear waters with about 40m of visibility.
85. Thilafushi- It is the contained landfill site of Maldives, also called the ‘trash island’, where the government dumps all the waste generated by commercial activities in the country.
86. Hanimaadhoo- One of the biggest islands of Maldives, this island has a beach on one entire side for diving and kayaking. It also has its own domestic airport.
87. Dhigurah- Not so far away from Malé is the island of Dhigurah, which is a famous diving spot for watching the largest fishes in the world, i.e. the whale sharks!
88. Mahibadhoo- Off the usual path, this island is home to a great marine life living in the house reef that goes around the island, and is not quite far from Malé.
89. Giraavaru- The people of this island claim to be the descendants of the ancient ruler of Maldives, who were there before Koimala Kalo and his tribe settled in Malé
90. Ithaa Undersea Restaurant- Situated 5m under the sea level, this place is world’s first and only all-glass undersea restaurant. The word Ithaa in the local Maldivian language means ‘mother of pearl’.
91. Muraka- This west facing decked terrace on the Mirihi Island Resort offers 8 tables where you can look over the sea while sipping on a drink.
92. Sala Thai- This Thai restaurant in Malé’s Sala Boutique Hotel is famous for its authentic Thai cuisine and the fact that they fly all their ingredients in every week.
93. Shell Beans- A café on Malé seafront which serves incredibly delicious sandwiches, breakfast, coffee, pastries and burgers along with a view of the sea from the first floor!
94. Seagull Cafe House- A café in the heart of Malé and one that serves Maldivian and Indian cuisines over lavish and comfortable lunches and dinners; snapper steak with mango salsa and parsley rice are popular dishes at this place.
95. Aioli Restaurant- For the finest taste of South Asian cuisine, this place is the one to go to; and not just that, Aioli restaurant offers a variety of other global cuisine.
96. Jazz Café- A little something that's not Maldivian, this cafe brings together Jazz music and coffee with an extensive menu of pastries that you can gobble on while listening to the soul-stirring music.
97. Palace Sichuan- Been in the business of food in Maldives for about 5 years now, it is one of the leading providers of authentic Cantonese food in the country.
98. The Sea House- Situated right above the Hulhumale ferry terminal, you can look over at the vast sea while enjoying meals like Pizzas and sandwiches. This makes for a good meeting place.
99. Alimatha Island- It is home to Alimatha Aquatic Resort, which features more than a kilometre of white beaches and lagoons that are full of marine life. It is about 40 miles away from the airport.
100. Banana Reef- One of the first spots of Maldives to become internationally famous for diving, you can dive here for seeing sharks, barracudas and other fishes. The reef is also good for snorkelling.
101. Kuredu- Kuredu is a divers’ favourite island given the abundance of spots here, nearly 50 in number. Also famous is the water sports center of this island.