Following news of its planned vaccinations for tourists program, the Maldives looks ever more attractive as a destination for post-pandemic travel. An array of adventurous new experiences further add to this appeal.
Amilla Maldives recently launched its new glamping experience.
Amilla Maldives Resorts & Residences recently launched the new Amilla Glamping experience, offering guests the chance to stay in beach bubble tents complete with a private chef, sauna, plunge pool and champagne. Each of the three climate-controlled outdoor retreats is positioned among coconut trees, pandan and breadfruit trees, offering uninterrupted views of the star-filled sky by night. Each pod has its own bathroom with indoor and outdoor showers, as well as a sauna, steam room and plunge pool. Guests can then personalize their stay with options ranging from canapés with champagne and a private beach barbecue to guided sunrise yoga sessions and tailored massages. This island resort is a part of the Maldives’ UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, Baa Atoll, with both a culinary and wellness offering that’s rooted in sustainability.
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