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Maldives, Raa Atoll intro. Visitors to the Maldives often head to Raa Atoll to experience a lush tropical paradise filled with all kinds of activities. Until recently, visitors were denied entry to Raa Atoll but since laws have relaxed, it has become a popular tourist destination. Nowadays, visitors, including many honeymooners, head to Meedhupparu Island, which is small and has an abundance of coral surrounding it. The coral and marine life make Raa Atoll a popular destination for diving enthusiasts who come to see sharks and stingrays. The Milaidhoo House Reef, a series of sea caves where divers can see up to 25 metres away, is perhaps the biggest diving attraction in this part of the ocean. Snorkelling and surfing are also popular. Raa Atoll hotels and resorts are luxurious affairs that are often placed close to beaches. There is limited nightlife on the islands, but visitors can find local and international restaurants.