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EXCLUSIVE AFICIONADO MEMBER BENEFITS

  • A 50-min 'Jet Lag' spa treatment per guest (from 10am to 1pm). T & Cs apply
  • Join our weekly sunset cruise 
  • Daily Afternoon Tea from 4pm to 5pm
  • A signature Night Cap experience at 1 OAK Lounge after 9 pm
  • A unique, personalised local Maldives experience
  • Invitations to VIP events held during guest's stay
  • A bottle of sparkling wine
  • Five laundry items per villa per day
  • Private in-villa check in 

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Excursions

Throughout your stay, the HUB team is on hand to offer scheduled excursions that allow you to sample the delights of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in the Baa Atoll. Choose the pace of your adventure; whether it’s simply relaxing on a deserted sand bank, snorkeling around stunning coral reefs, or immersing yourself in Maldivian culture with a visit to a local village. GoPro rentals and video services are available to capture your unforgettable Maldivian experiences, whether on land or at sea.

“The journey, not the destination matters...”
T.S. Eliot

For centuries, the Maldivians have lived and breathed at one with the ocean, depending on it for survival and sustenance. Our fishing excursions harness local knowledge and customs for a traditional Maldivian experience. Maldivians have perfected the technique of hand line fishing, and there’s no fresher catch of the day. Above a certain per guest quota as determined by our Marine Biologist, we practice catch and release practices.

“Fishes come in 3 sizes, small, medium and the one that got away”
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BLUE HOLE SNORKELLING

 

Amilla Fushi is proud to have one of the Baa Atoll’s most unique reef formations right on its very own house reef. Accessible with a short boat ride, the Amilla Blue hole is a tropical reef wonder and this trip allows you to snorkel above the entrance to the mysterious hole. Scattered by the Blue Hole are numerous coral blocks inhabited by a plethora of schooling fish.