Honeymoon Resorts in the Maldives
The Maamunagau Resort & Spa at the InterContinental Maldives
The InterContinental Maldives Maamunagau Resort & Spa is situated in the Indian Ocean’s serene tropical surroundings. The resort’s interior offers a sense of tranquillity, combining traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology and creative concepts. This magnificent resort is designed to blend in seamlessly with its surroundings, providing visitors with a peaceful retreat from the contemporary world. edoID, a Singapore-based design firm, has created a refined, minimalist environment that exudes highly styled, ultra-modern living.
The beautiful crystal chandeliers, wide blue pools, lush garden gardens, and exceptional spa facilities are just a few of the highlights of this elite InterContinental Maldives Maamunagau Resort & Spa. The resort’s wide outdoor courtyards are one of its most striking features, great for resting with a cup of tea under a weeping willow tree or simply sitting among lush tropical plants. The resort’s well-appointed restaurants and bars, together with the picturesque setting, provide a warm, inviting ambiance that draws you closer to nature and island life.
The main resort area of InterContinental Maldives is situated on the north shore of the Maldives and features a natural lagoon surrounded by forests. A diverse range of aquatic life can be found in the lagoon and its surrounding forest. Over 200 coral species and hundreds of unusual marine reptiles can be found in the lagoon.
As you peek into the beautiful waters of the lagoon and witness the magnificent assortment of marine life below, these reptile colonies, coupled with the coral, provide a one-of-a-kind experience. In the lagoon, scuba diving is a popular pastime since it offers a unique and interesting underwater environment.
After you’ve had your fill of the lush, green stretches of island life, you might want to return to the place where it all began – the Indian Ocean. This is simple to accomplish with the assistance of a private boat or plane hire. Exploring the Indian Ocean from the luxury and comfort of your yacht is possible when you charter a yacht. Take a cruise on a floating hotel, where you may soak in the sun’s rays, listen to the beautiful song of seabirds, and feel the cool breeze on your skin.
From there, you can travel to Saadani and Mahuluhulu, two smaller adjacent islands. Local fishers’ real lifestyle, the fascinating marine park, and the dazzling diamond fish market are just a few of the attractions on these islands. The resorts themselves are a joy to visit, each with its own distinct flavor and flair. The hotel cuisine is outstanding, representative of the island culture, and famous for its use of fresh local products.
The resort is divided into two sections: the Golf Course, which is only accessible by boat or helicopter, and the main village of Anambra, which has a variety of amenities and cuisines to suit every taste and budget. The resort itself boasts a number of attractions that lure guests to its many activities and destinations. It contains a biosphere reserve where visitors may wander through the natural rainforest and observe the amazing plants and animals that nature has placed here millions of years ago.
The luxury eight-story “Maldives village,” which overlooks the Indian Ocean, is one of the InterContinental Maldives Maamunagau Resort’s highlights, especially for guests from the United States or other popular tourist destinations. At ground level, admire the tropical plants that line the walkway leading up to the villas, or take a stroll through the airport tunnel to learn about the islands’ history and the reasons for their migration to Australia.
The villas themselves have views of the Indian Ocean that spread for kilometres in every direction. There are magnificent Sky-caps on hire for those who want a more private refuge with the same view and access to the avi spa pool.
The Maamunagau Resort and the larger mainland resorts provide different types of accommodations on the island. The majority of inter-island hotels are set amid the island’s coconut trees and feature spacious balconies with breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and beaches beyond. Inter-resort lodging options range from a basic villa with a pool to deluxe resorts with private pools and spas and the option of staying at the bigger Raamakila Boat Dock.
There are even holiday flats close to restaurants and stores. The resorts are within walking distance of several local attractions, including the National Museum, the Natural History Museum, and the Batik High School.