Vakkaru Maldives Video Review

Vakkaru Maldives: A Timeless Sanctuary for Families [VIDEO-REVIEW]

First thing that comes to our mind stepping into this beautiful island of Vakkaru Maldives is: “How is it possible that a brand-new resort has so many grown-up trees?” The vegetation is literally overwhelming at Vakkaru Maldives. Opened in December 2017, Vakkaru has already received the justified “New Comer of the Year” award. For us it is one of the best integration of the natural beauty of an island with the design of a resort.

The Nautilus Maldives

The Nautilus: The Hottest Opening of 2019 – New Resorts in the Maldives [VIDEO]

The concept seems simple, but the inspiration behind The Nautilus is a legend. The Nautilus is a bohemian hideaway with no schedules, dress-codes or barriers and is promised to become one of the leading luxury resorts in the world. First luxury travellers are expected to arrive on 15th of January and will enjoy the generous compliments of the island such as all-day breakfast, daily cocktails, a selection of soft drinks of their choice in the personalised mini-bar, premium teas and coffees and deli dining by the pool…

Huvafen Fushi adults only resort in the Maldives

Huvafen Fushi: The Iconic Adults only Resort in the Maldives [VIDEO-REVIEW]

Huvafen Fushi is one of those pioneer resorts where you respire the true feeling of the Maldives. It is home to the first underwater SPA, for many years being the only place in the whole Maldives where you could indulge yourself with the sublime and unique experiences between the playful fishes and amazing coral gardens. Today, the icon has been recreated. Huvafen Fushi is the new adults only resort in the Maldives.

Constance Halaveli aerial view water villas

Constance Halaveli Maldives: Understated 360 Degree of Luxury

Whilst your seaplane starts reaching the final destination, your eyes will set on a beautifully shaped lush vegetation island looking somewhat as a gigantic jelly fish lazily floating in large turquoise lagoon. The form comes due to what is known to be the longest water villa jetty in Maldives – 850 meters of unusual curvy and flowy wooden structure designed by Japanese architect Colin Okimoto, who wanted to move away from the usual forms. Once you are there, you will find this jetty as beautiful for morning walks into the blue or evening strolls with its discreet lighting.