Get to know your piece of paradise in the Maldives
Not too long ago we announced the newest addition to the Amari family of hotels & resorts, Amari Havodda Maldives. Set to open in early 2016, our new island resort gives you an exciting and magical destination to discover. We thought why not get to know the Maldives and our piece of paradise a little better to make planning your next big getaway an easy and fun task.
There are approximately 1,190 islands in the Maldives, so where exactly is Amari Havodda Maldives?
Amari Havodda Maldives will be located on the Southern Gaafu Dhaalu atoll (a ring-shaped coral reef or island), which is located 400km south from the capital of Male.
How do I get to my piece of paradise at Amari Havodda Maldives?
Guests will first fly into the main international airport in the Maldives, the Ibrahim Nasir International Airport near the capital Male, where upon arrival they will be met by the resort’s airport representatives who will escort guests to the domestic terminal for check-in. Then guests take a 55-minute domestic flight on Maldivian, the leading domestic carrier of the country, to Kaadhedhoo Airport. From there Amari Havodda Maldives is just a short 15-minute speed boat ride.
What’s there to do and see?
Plenty! With 48 Beach Villas, 12 Beach Pool Villas, 58 Overwater Villas and two Overwater Pool Villas there’s will be plenty to do the moment you exit your room – hit the beach, take a dip in your private pool or jump right into the ocean from your patio.
You can also laze by the main pool and enjoy a cocktail or two at the Pool Bar or indulge in refreshing and relaxing treatments at Breeze Spa.
If you’re feeling a bit more active get in a good work out at the fitness centre, enjoy a game of tennis or hit the beach volleyball courts with your family and friends.
Now if you’re adventurous and want to make the most of this island paradise, check out our fully equipped dive centre. The Maldives is a diver’s heaven, blessed with over 3,000 vibrant coral reefs teeming with colorful, exotic sea life, so you can while away the days under the sea.