When I think about the phrase ‘life is better on the beach’, in my Imagination I see white beaches with blue waters, palm trees and a view stretching across the horizon. Yes, a typical ‘cliche’ but I can’t help it. That’s how I feel. It sounds cheesy, but you know what? It makes me feel good, and that is what life is all about. Do you feel me?
That’s why I am writing this blog #blessthelife. To affirm and remember this state everyday, even if I’m not in my dream destination.
One of the places that automatically evokes this feeling, with lightening speed, is when I am scrolling Instagram looking at pictures of the Maldives.
Located in the Arabian Sea, the Maldives are a chain of 26 atolls stretched over 298 square kilometers with a population of 428,000 inhabitants.
Only 55 minutes by plane from the capital city – Male, ’Fairmont Maldives Hotel ’ is located on the island Sirru Fen Sushi in the Shaviyani Atoll. This extraordinary resort, which is a complex of 120 luxurious villas, surrounded by 600 hectares of turquoise lagoon, is second to none.
You can pick between the Sunset, Beach, Water, Jungle or Sunset themed villas.
All villas are spacious, luxurious, and finished with natural materials, native patterns and decorations. There is something for everyone, from large family oriented villas for those who want fun with the family to romantic intimate villas for couples and honeymooners.
On top of that, there is an on-water sushi restaurant, a fresh seafood and fish market, an amazing poolside bar and one of the most amazing 200m infinity pools you have ever seen.
And of course, lots of activities; from sunset trips to boxing classes, and dolphin cruises to yoga. There is always something here to keep you entertained, energised or relaxed .
Make sure you check which season is the best to go to for you. September is the wettest month. The wet season lasts from May to November, the dry season lasts from December to April. If you enjoy diving or snorkeling, the dry season may be better for you as the visibility of the waters is better and the atolls attract less sharks than in the wet season. The temperature in Maldives is in between 25C and 30C all year.
More info about Fairmont Maldives and booking here.
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