Saturday, 25 August 2018
Dream Resort: Jumeirah Vittaveli, Maldives
A pearl-like string of island atolls on top of a vast submarine mountain range in the Indian Ocean forms the smallest Asian nation, the Maldives. Blessed all year round with a tropical climate and average temperatures of 30° Celsius, this stunning destination is the ideal place to indulge in restful vacations, or exhilarating adventures.
Located in South Male atoll, Jumeirah Vittaveli is a luxury getaway within easy reach. Here you’ll discover vast stretches of white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, forming an exquisite scenery for you to gaze upon, as you let the slow pleasures of life take over. From romantic sunset dinners and couple’s spa sessions, to family fun at the pool and daily kids club activities, the options are limitless to make this the holiday you want it to be. Far from the clutches of stressful city life, Jumeirah Vittaveli lies nestled in a spot of graceful elegance, offering excitement within endless beauty.
Guests have access to an array of choices that focus on fun, diversity and a celebration of the ultimate island resort getaway. For the love of fitness and adventure, set time aside to explore the island by bicycle. Wander along sea facing trails of unsurpassed beauty; or immerse yourself in the sea with snorkelling, canoeing, windsurfing and diving in some of the world’s rarest coral reefs with the on-site PADI Best Dives Centre.
Jumeirah Vittaveli comprises 90 villas and suites each with their own private and sizable swimming pool along with direct beach or lagoon access and offering exquisite views of the Indian Ocean. A lavish 5-bedroom Royal Residence with 2 private pools provides the perfect playground for the extraordinary traveller.
The weather in the Maldives is generally pleasant with balmy mornings, sunlit days, iridescent sunsets and breezy nights. With the average temperature at about 30° Celsius throughout the year, Maldives has two distinct seasons: the dry northeast monsoon from December to March and the wet southwest monsoon from May to November. April is a transitional period between the two seasons with occasional thunderstorms that offer a welcome respite from the sun.