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Dream now and book to stay later at Aitken Spence Hotels in the Maldives

Future travellers fantasising about a holiday in the Indian Ocean can answer the call of adventure at Aitken Spence’s five-star, premium all-inclusive Heritance Aarah in the Maldives, where culinary thrills await or capture magical memories during two unique photography experiences at the luxurious all-water-villa resort, Adaaran Prestige Vadoo. For those looking to discover what lies beneath the Maldives’ crystal-clear waters, Adaaran Club Rannalhi offers some of the best water sports facilities in the Maldives.

Indulge in culinary thrills at Heritance Aarah

As the Maldives’ finest luxury, premium all-inclusive resort, a stay at Heritance Aarah is the perfect opportunity to indulge in a world of gastronomic flavours. Take the family on a journey across eastern and western dishes by day in one of the resorts six restaurants and indulge in exceptional wine from across the globe with your partner by night. During a stay at Heritance Aarah, guests can enjoy endless vistas of the Indian Ocean accompanied by freshly caught seafood served in the comfort of private pods at Ginifati beach grill, or celebrate the vibrant food culture of two cities - Tokyo and Bangkok - at Hathaa, a fun and interactive space that is transformed each night in line with the culinary offering.

Above this space, travellers can quench their thirst on the open canopy of Heritance Aarah’s Sky Bar which serves classic cocktail favourites, signature mixes and crazy molecular concoctions as the sun sets over paradise.

A Beach Villa at Heritance Aarah starts from £1,039 + tax for one night, in August 2021.

Capture magical memories at Adaaran Prestige Vadoo

Visitors to the luxury all-water-villa retreat, Adaaran Prestige Vadoo can create and capture magical memories with unique photo shoot opportunities available at the resort. For the perfect Insta-worthy backdrop, hop aboard a traditional Maldivian Dhoni and cruise around paradise for a tropical sunset photo shoot. Guests will be accompanied by a photographer who can help them capture the Indian Ocean’s translucent waters and golden sun, making for the perfect Maldives holiday picture. Or explore the Maldives from the sky during Adaaran Prestige Vadoo’s ‘Photo Flight’, which gives photographers and photo enthusiasts the opportunity to fly above the Maldives’ brilliant blue waters to capture picture-perfect moments. Guests will soar over pristine lagoons, uninhabited islands, coral reefs, and quaint fishing villages as they take in the Maldives’ natural beauty. Adaaran Prestige Vadoo’s ‘Maldives Sunset Photo Flip’ starts from £35.53 ($40) per person + VAT and ‘Photo Flights’ starts from £129.08 ($178) per person net.

Invite To Paradise is offering two adults a 7-night stay at Adaaran Prestige Vadoo in the resort’s Sunrise Villa accommodation, on an All-Inclusive board basis from £1,885 per person when travelling in September 2021. Prices include Speedboat transfers, Green Tax and Ground handling.

A Sunrise Water Villa at Adaaran Prestige Vadoo starts from £385.44 + tax for one night, in September 2021.

Discover what lies beneath the waves at Adaaran Club Rannalhi, Maldives

As one of the best water sports resorts in the Maldives, where better to get the whole family to fall in love with the marine world? Snorkel and water sports sites at Club Rannalhi will open younger and older eyes to the tiers of multi-coloured corals, schools of small, mesmerizing coral fish and the graceful stingrays that elegantly glide through the water. Witness the vibrant wonders that lie beneath the waves. A Snorkelling Excursion starts from £25.38 ($35) + 10% service charge and 12% GST.

Save up to 23% when booking a 7-night stay at Adaaran Club Rannalhi, Maldives with Southall Travel. Prices start from £1,239 per adult and £509 per child for stays between 28 July – 4 August 2021 in the resort’s Standard Bungalow accommodation and on an All-Inclusive meal plan.

A Standard Room at Adaaran Club Rannalhi starts from £342.12 + tax for one night, in August 2021.


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