Can I go now – Maldives

August 25th 2020  |   Maldives, Countries  |  by   Lucinda Rome
Can I go now – Maldives

The Maldives, open since mid-July, are one of the most naturally socially distanced destinations one could visit. Factor in that the resorts are limited to one hotel on an island and this slice of Indian Ocean paradise looks particularly appealing in our current world situation.

Soneva Jani – Indian Ocean perfection miles from anywhere.

Our pick here is Soneva Jani which has just 24 over-water villas, each one opening onto its own stretch of sparkling lagoon.  They’ve all got private pools and some even have a slide from the top floor straight into the lagoon – hours of fun for children and adults alike!  There are all sorts of other fun touches including retractable roofs, opening at the press of a button, to reveal starry night skies.  Five restaurants, an observatory NASA would be proud of, and a beachfront silent cinema (guests are provided with Bluetooth headphones) provide plenty of evening entertainment.

One of the luxurous over water villas at Soneva Jani – complete with a private water slide!

Spend your days snorkelling around the house reef, diving in the rich marine sites nearby, or simply relaxing in this tropical idyll.

Soneva Jani cinema Maldives

Cinema Paradiso at Soneva Jani

For a ‘fly and flop’ holiday we can’t think of anywhere better.

What Next?

Please talk to us if you’d like to know more about travelling to the Maldives.  We have the latest advice to hand and will be able to guide you through the possibilities. Chatting to people by phone or email is what we do best. We listen, we explain, we answer all sorts of questions even those you didn’t know to ask, and finally we make suggestions. If this is your first time to Africa or your twenty first, we have a team standing by to help make the planning easy and the journey the best ever.

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