Sun Aqua’s island and its neighboring islands nurture a rich enclave of culture and time-honored traditions. Fishermen ply the ocean in wooden dhoni, same as they have for centuries, supplying the islands with fresh seafood. Women grate coconut for a breakfast of mas huni, reserving the milk for rich Maldivian curries. Nearby, farmers tend produce on an organic agricultural island, harvesting sweet potato, breadfruit and starchy cassava. We support the preservation of these long-standing traditions, and invite our guests to a taste of real local culture, breaking bread with villagers and seeing, smelling and sampling authentic life in the Maldives.