Escape the world and relax on a secluded island in Baa Atoll in the tropical Maldives. This six-day Ultimate Maldives Getaway in Baa Atoll itinerary isn’t short on relaxation or adventure. Whether you’re snorkeling the vibrant reefs, lounging on the white sand beaches or practicing yoga as the sun rises - you are sure to be having the time of your life. The postcard-perfect island of Baa Atoll is only accessible by seaplane - so get ready for the peace and quiet you’ve been searching for!
• UNESCO Biosphere Reserve: Baa Atoll is the Maldives' first and only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, known for its thriving coral reefs and playful dolphins, as well as seasonal visitors such as manta rays and whale sharks.
• Watersports: Feel the wind rush through your hair on an exhilarating parasailing excursion, explore underwater ecosystems with a dive lesson or snorkel safari, then skim the surface by kayak.
• Conservation: The Maldives' abundant marine life needs to be protected, especially as tourism grows and sea temperatures rise. You can do your part by planting coral with the resorts' resident marine biologists.
Upon arrival in the Maldives, you will be assisted through the transfer to your scheduled seaplane flight. This is a true island getaway with Baa Atoll being accessible only by seaplane. Enjoy an aerial tour on the way to your resort. Bask in the luxurious accommodation at Soneva Fushi or the Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru.
It’s a day spent in the sea! Explore the sea with an early morning kayaking session. After breakfast, enjoy a late morning Discover Scuba lesson to get a glimpse into the thriving underwater ecosystem. Enjoy a leisurely lunch before either an afternoon guided snorkel safari or another dive lesson.
Stretch and gently exercise with an early morning yoga session on the beach. After breakfast, visit a deserted sand spit to relish a few hours of private beach time. Relax and enjoy a picnic lunch in seclusion. That afternoon, enjoy the ultimate in relaxation with a signature spa session. Freshen up in your room before indulging in an extravagant dinner.
Snorkel first thing in the morning to explore the lively house reef. After breakfast, discover your adventurous side with a parasailing session. Wave to your fellow travelers on the beach below as you soar above in the blue sky. Next, take a cooking class with an expert chef. Learn to prepare impressive, delicious bites and then indulge in your own creations for lunch. That evening, take a sunset cruise while you savor exquisite canapes and champagne.
Find a sense of zen with an early morning Tai Chi session. After breakfast, enjoy the unique experience of planting coral with the resident marine biologist. Help make a small difference to the rapidly diminishing underwater life. Spend the rest of the day relaxing on the beach until it’s time to get ready for an exclusive, romantic, private dinner right on the soft beach.
Take a last leisurely stroll down the unending stretch of sand. Swim in the refreshing sea and then gather your belongings. After a week of indulging in delicious food and reveling in the seaside, it’s time to transfer to the airport and begin your departure home.
Escape to Soneva Fushi Resort, set on an isolated island of palm forests, fine beaches, and clear water. All 65 of Soneva Fushi’s eco-friendly villas look out towards the stunning waves of the Indian Ocean. Each villa is equipped with air-conditioning; televisions, DVDs, and Wi-FI on request; comfortable, spacious beds; and lounging areas. In terms of dining, Soneva Fushi offers six onsite options, among them Mihiree Mitha, which prepares fresh fruits, vegetables, and seafood – as well as sixty different varieties of homemade ice cream and sorbet; By The Beach, which serves Japanese and Korean-inspired tapas; and Down to Earth, a newly-built Mediterranean eatery. Some of the unique activities on Soneva Fushi include star-gazing at the Maldives’ only observatory; sampling a wine from a 5,000 bottle cellar; and an overwater sunset bar, where guests can watch for sea creatures such as eagle rays and dolphins as they sip on cocktails. Soneva Fushi is a thirty minute seaplane ride from Male International Airport. In April, Soneva Fushi will open eight new one- and two-bedroom overwater villas, with a choice of either sunrise or sunset views, featuring private pools, plus a curving slide that plunges into the Indian Ocean.
Price is based on double or twin hotel room occupancy and includes accommodation, transfers, car/driver, English-speaking guide, activities and entrance fees, breakfasts or all-inclusive meals, depending on the resort. Flights and optional special activities will be quoted separately. Most personal expenses, including alcoholic beverages, spa treatments and gratuities can be paid on the spot while traveling. Prices may vary depending on season, choice of accommodation and other factors.
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With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
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