Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas

From £3,180 per person  

Includes flights and transfers includes flights

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Escape to a place where you can dine underwater, sponsor your own precious piece of coral and soak up the endless ocean views from the deck of your spacious overwater villa.

Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas

Discover the world-class Anantara experience on the Maldivian island of Kihavah Huravalhi; an unforgettable resort where you can snorkel some of the Indian Ocean’s most cherished reefs within a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.

Outstanding features of the hotel include its spectacular underwater restaurant, luxurious private villas with stunning beach or ocean views and of course the signature treatments at the overwater spa. As if this all wasn’t paradise enough, the journey to the island is an experience in itself; a memorable 30-minute seaplane flight over coral islands and turquoise waters.

If you fancy some quiet time basking by the pool of your private villa, you’ll be able to do so safe in the knowledge that the kids are having a whale of a time at the kids’ club: Thiththi Boli, which means ‘beautiful shells’. And if a night ‘à deux’ is on the cards, a babysitter can be arranged for children over three months. Time together is best enjoyed under the stars with a private movie screening watching a film of your choice with popcorn and chocolate-dipped strawberries.

But of course, if you’re in the Maldives, the focus of your stay will be those glorious azure waters, where at Anantara Kihavah you’ll be spoilt for choice given its offerings. Highlights include the Coral Adoption Programme to give guests a better understanding of the delicate ecosystem around them and the Anantara Dive Centre where you can enrol in a PADI certification course.

includes flights Prices include flights and transfers.

February 2019
£4,443 pp
March 2019
£3,950 pp
April 2019
£4,072 pp
May 2019
£3,142 pp
June 2019
£3,142 pp
July 2019
£3,142 pp

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