Sun, sand and sea, a thousand ‘Robinson Crusoe’ islands, massive lagoons with different depths and infinite shades of blue and turquoise, dazzling underwater coral gardens; a perfect natural combination for the ideal tropical holiday destination. However, there is more to the Maldives than just that. Located in the Indian Ocean, scattered like chains of green beads floating on the water, Is the world’s most low-lying islands, known for its shocking and most intoxicating beauty, the Maldives.

The Different colours of the ocean water blends with one another at different distances from dark blue to turquoise to green to blue and to white, finally reaching the cotton white sand that reflects the suns light like a canopy of sliver

If you are looking for a total stress-free vacation and looking for a warm personal holiday with a white sandy beach, it’s here with us in the Maldives.

We offer exceptional hospitality service to leisure guests. Our objective is to create high standard, friendly, and relaxing environment for all guests staying in our hotels. Our hotel IslandWay Iru falls into an affordability niche and is located in K. Guraidhoo island, South Malé atoll featuring in-house restaurants, spa, swimming pool, a fully equipped Dive and water sports Centre, shopping experience in the local island. The mission of IslandWay hotels is to provide a superior hospitality experience that makes our guests feel at home and become the number one hotel of choice for visitors to Maldives

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Building the infrastructure of Maldives

The Maldives has had a strategic importance because of of its location on the major marine routes of the Indian Ocean. Apart from tourism, marine business also is an important source of income which led to a great spurt in the infrastructure sector in recent the years. With reclaimed land turning into testing grounds for

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Tourism with a commitment to the community

Crystal clear waters and pristine sandy beaches conjures up a picture perfect tropical holiday to Maldives. The island nation has been on the “bucket list” of many tourists from around the world and with the advent of homestays, guest-houses, hostels and experiential living, Maldives has become a primary destination for vacationers of all kinds. In