After being perched in our homes devoid of sun or sand, the one thing we unanimously crave for is beaches. So for all you beach babies, let’s tell you that the Maldives reopened for international tourism on July 15. In fact flights to the Maldives from India also started on August 18. But there are certain guidelines you must follow when you visit here, including downloading the contact tracing app TraceEkee, among many others. To help you with your future travel plans, here are 5 beautiful resorts of the Maldives, that are now open for travellers.
1. Adaaran Prestige Water Villas In Meedupparu
The exquisite Adaaran Prestige Water Villas opened its doors to tourists on September 1. With luxury wooden interiors, spacious accommodation, gorgeous sundeck facing the crystal blue ocean, you know you’re in for a gala time. Enjoy a private jacuzzi here and holiday at this water villa while enjoying breathtaking views of the horizon. Adaaran Prestige Water Vilas is taking necessary precautions to follow the COVID related guidelines. Guests shall get safety gears and hand sanitisers. Hotel officials will check their temperatures and they must maintain social distancing at communal areas.
Room for two starting from– ₹46,813 per night
2. Heritance Aarah Maldives In Raa Atoll
Wake up to the sound of the sea, dive amid exotic underwater marvels and dine under a star-studded sky at this exotic resort in the Maldives. Heritance Aarah offers you a thrilling open-air dining experience near one of the largest lagoons in the island. Reside at one of their cosy villas and suited just steps away from the gorgeous Indian Ocean. This resort takes an array of precautionary measures to take care of their guests. To minimise contact guests will be offered a-la-carte dining instead of buffet meals. All available facilities and common areas will be sanitised and disinfected frequently.
Room for two starting from– ₹78,800 per night
3. The Nautilus Maldives In Baa Atoll
The Nautilus Maldives is a luxury bohemian hideaway in the Maldives. It’s a highly personalised private luxury resort with 26 beach and ocean houses where experiences are tailored to your preferences. This Bohemian style resort offers a private pool and a personal sanctum for each beach house. Tantalise your tastebuds with Japanese, Latin-American, and Arabian cuisines. The visible coral gardens, indigo Baa Atoll and waterborne adventures here will give you the perfect social distancing experience here as you relax with your loved ones.
Room for two starting from– ₹1,13,437 per night
4. Cocoon Maldives In Ookolhufinolhu
Cocoon Maldives resides against the backdrop of the stunning Indian Ocean. To get here you need to take a scenic 30-minute seaplane journey from Velana International Airport in Malé. It blends the best of Italian design with the breathtaking beaches and palm trees of this island. Enjoy the luxuries of an outdoor pool, barbeque and a private beach area. Cocoon Maldives situated in the island of Ookolhufinolhu in Lhaviyani Atoll gives you a sense of staying in your own private island. You can also book your own private island in the Maldives.
Room for two starting from– ₹30,428 per night
5. Dusit Thani Maldives In Mudhdhoo Island
Dusit Thani Maldives amalgamates Thai hospitality with unmissable luxurious setting of the Maldives. White sandy beaches and an enthralling turquoise lagoon surround these resort. Spend your day relaxing amid this breathtaking scenery. This reset offers a 360-degree living house reef situated in the first-ever UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve in the Maldives. Dusit Thani Maldives is also the first and only resort here with an official Freediving Centre. Bask in the spa or gorge on lip-smacking Thai food at the in-house restaurant here.
Room for two starting from– ₹1,55,376 per night
We have given you a list of some of the most breathtaking resorts you must visit in the Maldives. All these resorts strictly follow social distancing guidelines, conduct temperature checks and give you the gear necessary to stay safe. But do keep in mind that you must travel only when necessary. Till you can travel again, check out this video to help you plan your future trip to the Maldives.