JetSet Destinations: Maldives

When you daydream of a beach holiday do you see yourself lounging on a white sand beach, enjoying a sunny day looking out to crystal clear lagoons while sipping on a mojito?  Relaxing to the sound of the waves and the perfect breeze in the palm trees?  Snorkeling through stretches of unspoiled reefs and seeing the an abundance of marine life?

All this and more awaits you in the Maldives… located in the Indian Ocean 300 miles south of India.  With over 1,000 small coral islands among 26 atolls, these resorts offer seclusion, privacy, stunning ocean views and the most luxurious overwater villas in the World!  With World-class snorkeling and scuba diving this truly makes the Maldives a unique beach destination.

Many of the luxury resorts offer unique concepts including over and underwater dining, underground wine cellars, underwater spa treatment rooms and more.  One of the top luxury resorts is the Park Hyatt Maldives Hadhaa.

The Park Hyatt is known specifically for their incredible marine life. Located in the southern portion of the Maldives, just miles from the Equator on the North Huvadhoo Atoll, the Park Hyatt is on an atoll, which is believed to be the largest and deepest natural atolls in the world.  The marine life here is more abundant and varied than anywhere else in the Maldives making it very special.  The island is small enough to walk around in about 20 minutes and each of the 50 villas offer their own luxurious setting either on the beach or overwater.

Jet Set World Travel clients receive the following complimentary amenities:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • A la carte breakfast daily
  • $100 USD Spa Services credit, to be utilized during stay
  • One beach dinner for 2 once during stay

If you wish to add a city aspect to your vacation, the Maldives pairs nicely with Dubai, Sri Lanka, Istanbul and other destinations offering a great stop over to complement your relaxation time.  Contact Michelle Pragnell at …and start packing. It’s time to go “Maldiving!”