Reveries Diving Village

The accommodation in Reveries Diving Village have been elegantly designed and painted in calming hues. The rooms have been contemporarily furnished and they overlook the magnificent sea. Guests can also get to enjoy the luxury of an indoor pool.

Every room has been furnished with a flat screen TV, a sitting area and there is free access to Wi-Fi. The accommodation offers maximum comfort in the middle of natural reefs and white, sandy dunes.

At the in-house restaurant, authentic local and International cuisines are made for guests to savor. Room service is available for those who would rather eat their meals in the room.

There is a gym available, and water lovers can take part in snorkeling and diving. The staff at the tour desk are always at hand to assist in making travel arrangements and water sports activities.

From Maldives Reveries Diving Village to Ibrahim Nasir International Airport takes a 35minute flight and a 20 minute drive from Kadhoo Domestic Airport. The guesthouse is sited in Laamu Atoll.

Gan is located in Mathi-Dhekunu, which is one of the provinces in the Maldives. It is considered to be the largest and longest island in the Maldives. It is divided into 3 major regions known as wards. These wards are Thundi, in the north, Mathimadhu in the middle and Mukurimagu in the south. There are two other islands in the Maldives that are called Gan. One of these islands is located in Huvadhu Atoll and the other island is located in Addu Atoll.

One of the major attractions of this island is its beaches. It is also renowned for its mounds, known as Hawitta. The Hawitta look like pyramids and date back to pre-historic Buddhist times. There are various ruins in this island, which date back to the Buddhist era. The largest of these ruins is known as Gamu Haiytheli. Local legend speculates that these are the ruins of the largest Buddhist temple that has ever been built in the Maldives. There are also Munbaru ruins. You can find out more about these ruins from a 1940 report published by H.C.P Bell. These ruins are significant since they are the best preserved ruins of the Maldives from the Buddhist era. If you’d like to learn more about the history of the Maldives, then Gan is the best place to be since its natural, untainted environment will open you up to the culture and the history of the Maldives. You can also get to know more about marine life from the sea that sounds this island. Gan is a natural paradise, with its sandy beaches, blue sea, sunny weather and natural vegetation. It is the perfect place to be for individuals who want to just relax and be at one with nature.

  • 24-hour front desk
  • 24-hour room service
  • airport transfer
  • bicycle rental
  • laundry service
  • luggage storage
  • restaurant
  • smoking area
  • WiFi