In celebration of Women's Month, explore the unscripted beauty of the Maldives with our Fly & Dine package, which includes return seaplane transfers, daily meals, and more!
5 nights in Fabulous Over Water Villa for 1 person
Daily buffet breakfast at KITCHEN®
Return shared seaplane transfer
Daily three courses dinner in the designated restaurant
Complimentary In-room W MIXBAR for non-alcoholic beverages
Complimentary non-motorized activities and snorkeling gear, and more!
Why W Maldives
W Maldives is one of the most sought-after resorts in the Maldives. The resort is located in the North Ari Atoll region of the Maldives, a 25-minute seaplane ride from the international airport in the capital, Male. If you don't mind being on a boat for 1.5 hours, it's also possible to get to the resort by speedboat from Male.
The island is surrounded by beautiful white-sand beaches and crystal-clear blue waters, making it an ideal spot for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. It's a private island for honeymooners, luxury seekers, and celebrity vacationers alike.
It's no surprise that this resort has received more than a thousand 5-star reviews on TripAdvisor. Guests love the luxurious accommodation, impeccable service, delicious food, and stunning views. They get to experience all of this while enjoying the privacy and serenity that comes with being on an exclusive island.
Swimmers consider W Maldives simply the best island for snorkeling. The coral reefs are plentiful, and the views of schools of tropical fish are amazing. If you're a fan of diving, the house reef is definitely worth exploring.
The W Maldives resort doesn't just offer luxury and style; it also has excellent facilities such as three restaurants, a lounge bar, and an infinity pool. Whether you want to do some yoga in the morning or relax with your favorite cocktail at sunset after spending the day exploring one of the best islands for snorkeling in the Maldives, this resort is sure to meet all your needs.
Fabulous Overwater Oasis - W Maldives
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