The Maldives is made up of 1,192 coral islands within 26 atolls. Comprised of coral reefs and sandbanks, 200 of these islands are inhabited. These islands are set in the most idyllic of settings where the warm crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean create the perfect scene for a walk along the beautifully long white beaches. It is one of the few places on earth where the sea stretches endlessly as far as you can see.
The Maldives is famous for world class marine life, with wonderful corals and fish such as manta rays like nowhere else in the world. The Baa atoll, which comprises of 75 beautiful Islands, was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011.
All flights land in Malé, the capital, and from there you will be whisked by boat or seaplane to your island and immediately feel like you have arrived in paradise. Sit watching the sunset with a cocktail in hand and stay in a once in a lifetime over-water villa. The cuisine is excellent; a French and Indian inspired fusion, where you can taste some of the most delicious fresh fish and seafood in the world.