The amazing 5 Star Kihaa Maldives Resort is nestled on its own coconut-shaped island (600 meters long), complete with lush green vegetation, long white beaches and an adjacent house reef.
At a glance
|Maldives||7 Nights at the 5* Kihaa Maldives Resort|
|Accommodation||Reserve Beach Villa|
|Other||Return Domestic flight and Boat transfer|
Reserve Beach Villa
Your villa is spacious and comfortable. It is located in a quiet position, nestled among the vegetation and most of the units offering a direct path/view to the sea.
It has a spacious bedroom with a comfortable King bed and a day bed sofa, a bathroom with outdoor rain shower, separate shower and bathtub and a private garden area with wooden patio equipped with beach chairs to lounge on when admiring the ocean.
Recreational Activities & Facilities
Get active with a game of beach volleyball, squash, table tennis, billiards/pool, darts or tennis (on the flood-lit tennis court).
Alternatively, experience the rich Maldivian culture with an excursion to a neighboring local island (Additional cost)
Snorkeling (Additional cost for equipment)
Jet Skiing (Additional cost)
Arrive Male (D)
- Arrive at Male Airport. Clear customs and board your onward flight to the local Airport.
- from there you are transferred by boat to the Resort
- You have arrived your Paradise Island resort
Kihaa Maldives Resort (All Inclusive)
- Enjoy your Beach Villa today
- Your holiday has just started
Kihaa Maldives Resort (All Inclusive)
- After breakfast, are you ready for some water activities
- The Resort offers "stand up paddle boarding"
- Water skiing can be booked (Extra cost)
- Return flights from Johannesburg with Emirates (Specific and Limited Seats)
- Domestic flights and boat transfers
- Accommodation and meals as mentioned
- Departure and Fuel taxes (Subject to change)
- Increases in airfares and Airline Levies
- Services not mentioned in the program
- Travel Insurance
- Visa fee (Free for South African Passport Holders)
- Valid for travel between 01 and 31 July 2019
- Seasonal, weekend, Events and School Holiday Supplements MAY be applicable
Contact us for any other travel date required
Maldives Travel tips:
Currency: Local currency is Maldivian Rufiyaa. It is best to bring US Dollars. Credit Cards are also accepted in your Resort
Visa: the Maldives grants its visitors a 30-day free visa on arrival.
Snorkeling: Bring your fins and mask if you own one from home. The Resort has them available but at a charge
Stay Sun protected: A must to be packed is sunscreen and lots of it. Put it on your to pack list, and if possible purchase a reef safe sunscreen
The atolls of the Maldives are formed from coral structures. The atolls are part of a greater structure known as the Laccadives-Chagos Ridge, which stretches over 2000 kilometers. The Maldives islands are low lying with the highest point at approximately eight feet above sea level. Ring-shaped reef structures form the atolls and these reefs provide the natural defense against wind and wave action on these delicate islands.
Located at the crossways of the Indian Ocean shipping lanes on the main seaway around the Indian subcontinent, the Maldives has long been a meeting point for African, Arab, Malay and Indonesian mariners.
Throughout the centuries these influences have shaped the Maldivian way of life. This can be seen from the many facets of Maldivian lifestyle such as dining, music, art and craft.
Protected Dive Sites
15 important marine dive sites were established as marine protected areas in 1996, registered in the Ministry of Planning Human Resources and Environment and managed by the Ministry of Tourism. In 1999 additional 10 dive sites were declared as protected areas established in the Ministry of Home Affairs Housing and Environment. Anchoring and fishing except for traditional bait-fishing and destructive activities are strictly prohibited in these sites.
Alcohol cannot be imported without an official license. You can buy alcoholic drinks in all major hotels and island resorts
Officially tipping is prohibited. Unofficially, many guests give a small sum to their room-cleaner and waiter. In the local tea-shops and guesthouses, shukriyyaa, thank you, is enough.