Four Seasons Resorts Maldives
Immerse yourself in the pristine tropical beauty of the Maldives and enjoy the legendary Four Seasons service. Combining impeccable service, five star facilities, world class cuisine and barefoot luxury, the Four Seasons Resorts Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru and Kuda Huraa make the perfect tropical island hideaway. Four Seasons Explorer is the fastest and most luxurious liveaboard dive boat in the Maldives, which cruises between the two resorts.
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Find your perfect wave at Four Seasons Kuda Huraa, with a dedicated surf school, water sports centre and a PADI-licensed dive centre there is plenty to keep all ages entertained. Or if you fancy something a little less strenuous, why not take a relaxing dhoni cruise to the Kuda Huraa's spa which is set on a separate island. Four Seasons at Kuda Huraa offers the ultimate tropical island experience, with the legendary Four Seasons service.
Four Seasons Resort at Landaa Giraavaru is situated on 44 acres of unspoilt tropical island and surrounded by the remote Baa Atoll UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, internationally as one of the best scuba diving destinations. A stunning paradise hideaway where luxurious seclusion meets wild natural beauty, Four Seasons Resort at Landaa Giraavaru combines impeccable service, five star facilities, world class cuisine and barefoot luxury. As with all Four Seasons resorts the facilities are fantastic for all ages with plenty on offer to fill your days in the sunshine.
The Four Seasons Explorer is the most luxurious liveaboard dive boat in the Maldives. It is a 39-metre, three-deck catamaran, accommodating a maximum of 22 guests on a marine and cultural adventure into the undiscovered Maldives. As the country’s fastest-cruising liveaboard, Four Seasons Explorer gives divers access to a wide variety of secluded hot spots, including exciting channel dives with sharks and rays, vibrant thilas, wrecks, and coral overhangs.