Located on a small island in Baa Atoll, a mere 35-minutes seaplane ride from Male', guests can still find tranquility paired with a true Maldivian jungle feeling in this busy world. Our comfortable standalone and semi-detached villas are thoughtfully designed while offering a unique service in the comfort of a distinctive environment.
We are also home to a 5* PADI Dive Center, a Spa and Wellness retreat, a Water Sports Center and a Sports Complex to ensure boredom cannot be found on this island. Located in the unspoilt beauty of Baa Atoll, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Reethi Beach is only 15 minutes away from the world famous Hanifaru Bay, home of the majestic manta rays duirng the months of May till November.
How toGet to Us
All guests will arrive into the Maldives at Male' International Airport from where guests may opt for a scenic seaplane flight to Reethi Beach (40 minutes) or a domestic flight to the nearby island of Dharavandhoo, followed by a 20-minutes speedboat ride to your holiday destination. Our preferred Domestic Carrier is Fly Me which has daily flights to Dharavandhoo on their air-conditioned ATR72-500 turbo props aircrafts.
If you choose Seaplane Transfers as your onward mode of transport, MantaAir will accommodate you on their De Havilland Twin Otters to our floating resort platform located off shore from the island from where a traditional Dhoni will pick you up. For more information on Seaplane & Domestic Transfers, including transfer time restrictions, baggage allowance and terms and condition of the carrier please click on the PDF file below:
The Republic of Maldives is an island nation in the Indian Ocean formed by a double chain of 26 atolls stretching in a north-south direction, about 435 miles south-west of Sri Lanka. There are some 1,192 islets, around 200 inhabited, spead over 90,000 sq. km of ocean, with a highest elevation of only 2.3 metres. The nation's population is approximately 550,000, around one third of whom live in the capital Male' and its greater area. The official language is Dhivehi and the inhabitants are all of the Sunni Muslim faith.
In Baa Atoll, fishing is the main occupation along with a large number of inhabitants working in the tourism sector. Most of the lacquer ware souvenirs sold everywhere in the Maldives is the work of the people from Thulhaadhoo, in the south of Baa Atoll. The reefs of this atoll are in pristine condition, the fish life is dazzling and whether you are a diver or snorkeler, the unspoilt beauty of the underwater life is readily apparen. Baa Atoll has been declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2021 covering several protected areas due to the richness of biodiversity.