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Maldives luxury resort

Maldives luxury resort

Where luxury also means ecological awareness
From US $2,999 to US $5,699 per couple per week
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Maldives beach hotel

Maldives beach hotel

Boutique hotel on the local island of Gan, Laamu Atoll
From US $1,699 to US $2,099 per room per week (sleeps 2)
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Maldives boutique eco resort, local island

Maldives boutique eco resort, local island

Boutique Eco resort on the shore of a turquoise lagoon
From US $1,499 to US $2,599 per week
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Maldives holiday, local islands & resort stay

Maldives holiday, local islands & resort stay

Maldives local island and resort stay combined holiday
From US $2,449 to US $3,249 8 days ex flights
Tailor made: This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
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Maldives Spa holiday

Maldives Spa holiday

Relax, unwind and pamper yourself on a Maldives spa holiday
From US $1,399 to US $1,999 8 days ex flights
Tailor made: This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Yoga holiday in the Maldives

Yoga holiday in the Maldives

Maldives Yoga Holiday
From US $1,899 to US $2,999 8 days ex flights
Tailor made
    Maldives holiday, local islands & resort stay
    From
    US $2,449
    including domestic flights only
    Memorable parts? It was fantastic to spend time with local Maldivians and to get a genuine feel for their country and lifestyle. Another highlight was snorkelling with turtles and manta rays in the crystal clear aquamarine waters off some of the many islands. The Maldivians are incredibly kind people and their country is breathtakingly beautiful! Tips? - Go with an open mind and a sense of humour! - Take an underwater camera or GoPro, if at all possible. - Pack sun lotion and a... (more)Sandra Schuler
    Maldives luxury resort
    From
    US $2,999
    per couple per week
    Memorable parts? Snorkelling with Manta Rays. You need to be a very strong swimmer to get in the sea with the Mantas as they move very quickly. You also need to be confident with your snorkelling equipment as you will need to get it on/off very quickly. The marine biologist who co-ordinated the trip is very supportive and gives you lots of advice on how to be in the water. Tips? The Maldives is an expensive destination so you need to factor this into your holiday spending budget.... (more)Elayne Farmer
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