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A bit about Baa Atoll
Separated by the narrow Kudarikilu Kandu channel, the Baa Atoll groups together the Maalhosmadulu, Fasduthere and Maalhosmadulu atolls, creating one of the most biodiverse regions in The Maldives. Mangroves, manta rays and hawksbill turtles pass through the Baa Atoll, leading to its declaration as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Strong influences of sustainable nature tourism flow through the coral rings of the Baa Atoll, great for holidaymakers seeking to discover the otherworldly wildlife of The Maldives. If you're searching for a tropical paradise away from the crowds, the Baa Atoll is just the ticket.