These small islands are larger than life
THE MALDIVES is already well-regarded when it comes to luxury travel. It’s one of the most visited locations in the world, and the tourist trade — especially that of luxury — makes up a huge portion of the island archipelago’s yearly income. And for good reason. There’s something about the country’s picturesque blue waters and tropical island lifestyle that appeals in today’s busy world. Which is why more than
1.4 million tourists flock to Maldives’ resorts each year.
But not all resorts are created equal.
The Nautilus Maldives was designed for a new generation of luxury travelers in mind, those who expect more than just a great sun tan and a swim in the sea. Located in the Baa Atoll — a UNESCO World Biosphere — this secluded resort is where luxury abounds in ways you might not expect. The resort’s restaurants have no opening hours — you can have breakfast where you want, and when you want. There are no dress codes on the island, because here every guest’s freedom is paramount. Key to that freedom is each guest’s House Master (butler), who arranges each and every bespoke experience; from private picnic’s on the resort’s yacht to dinner and drinks on a secluded part of the beach under the stars. For more information on The Nautilus Maldives, visit thenautilusmaldives.com