Here, you will find the following resorts: Hilton Iru Fushi, Zitalhi Kuda-Fanafaru and Zitalhi Reosrt & Spa Dholhiyadhoo.
Otherwise, on the local islands, if you have the opportunity to do an excursion or visit independently, then you will find that the food grown is mainly coconut, mango, papaya and pineapple. The only other iccuring product is fish, which explains the simplicity behind Maldivian cuisine. All other foods are imported.
Most Maldivian food tends to be very spicy. For breakfast, the Maldivians eat a healthy tuna paste mixed with onion and chili, 'Mas huni' which is eaten cold with 'roshi' (like an Indian chapatti). Otherwise fingerfoods are appreciated by Maldivians - these include , 'kuli boakiba' (fish cakes), 'gulha' (fried doughballs filled with fish and chili), 'keemia' (fried fish rolls in batter), and 'fihunu mas' (fish coated in a chili paste). A mains will comprise of soups, curries, vegetables and pickled vegetables accompanied by roshi. As for deserts, anything brughtly coloured will be sweet such as 'zileybi' (coils of sugared fried batter). Black tea is the traditional drink to wash all that down.