Checked out options to get to Angaga and found a Thompson package. It's a shame they charge extra for seat reservations, drinks and films - but everything else was fine - no delays (on the day).
This was our third trip to the Maldives - previously stayed on Kuramathi and Nakatchafushi
Angaga is a lovely little island with a real Maldivian feel to it - I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a quiet island especially if snorkeling is one of your priorities. Stayed January 2011, travelled as a couple
We chose Angaga after reading that it has one of the best house reefs.
Our original holiday was booked for 2nd Dec - but was cancelled on the
day due to snow at Gatwick - Thompson handled that well - though of
course it was very disappointing at the time - but we rebooked easily
We decided to try the half board option - which I think was £250pp
cheaper than AI (or $50pp per day when on the island - you can just
upgrade for a few days if you want to) We'd done AI before - it's great
to be able to try all the cocktails and not worry about the cost - but
the downside for me shows up on the scales when I get home!
was very good - there was always a good selection of dishes - Maldivian
fish dishes plus beef,lamb and chicken dishes - salads - fanastic
sweets. Friendy service.
We were among a few english couples - I would say most of the guests are German but there were a mixture of other nationalities too.