The New Vakkaru Maldives Hotel

New Maldives Hotel Is A Tranquil Retreat In UNESCO Biosphere

 Vakkaru Maldives is one of the newest hotels in the exclusive UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll in the Maldives. And it goes without saying that it’s absolutely beautiful.

Located on a reef island with uninterrupted 360 degree views, brilliant white sand, and unique marine biodiversity, this is the ideal tranquil getaway. Where better to unwind and soak up some rays?

Vakkaru Maldives has 125 beach and over water villas and suites

Water villas and suites in Vakkaru Maldives

Vakkaru Maldives

There’s also a stunning four-bedroom over water private villa for up to eight adults. The resort has tropical gardens that are home to home to over 2,300 fully grown coconut trees.

Villas have outdoor shows and direct beach access. So you can wake up and go straight to that bright blue ocean… Some villas also have private plunge pools with lagoon views.

Private plunge pools in Vakkaru Maldives

As for wining and dining?

Choose from authentic Italian, South East Asian or grilled seafood at one of the four restaurants. Some ingredients even come direct from the hotel’s organic farm.

The Vakkaru Reserve, the resort’s wine cellar, offers private dining experiences. As well as limited-edition wines from around the world.

You can also enjoy discover unexplored dive sites, fishing spots, or just chill out in the spa

Vakkaru’s on-site dive and water sports

Vakkaru’s on-site dive and water sports -centre Splash offers a variety of excursions, activities and guided dives with their in-house marine biologist.

Want to do nothing instead? Treat yourself to a heated coconut shell massage. Bliss.

See more about Vakkaru Maldives here.

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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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