Famed for its verdant tropical splendour and crystal-clear waters, the Maldives brings you close to tranquil underwater nature and ultra-immersive experiences.
Away from the resort and amongst the many atolls in the Maldives, Baa Atoll is renowned as a place of outstanding pure beauty, reflected in its status as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve because of its unique biodiversity.Guests can explore the underwater marvels on the magnificent house reef or venture further to see the whale sharks and manta rays at Hanifaru Bay.
Opening Hours: 8.00am to 6.00pm
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For an invigorating day spent out at sea, enjoy scuba diving with accredited PADI dive instructors from beginner to advanced level.
Amazing world-class dive sites await your exploration
Exhilarating aqua escapades abound in the Maldives. From adventurous boat trips to catch a magnificent fish which the chef will prepare for your evening meal. Try parasailing with a breathtaking view of the stunning islands below.
When you are seeking more serene aqua activities you may choose to take a kayak and paddle around the protected lagoon or relax in the sun on the ocean with a private dhoni journey at sunset.
Alternatively, choose from a host of water sports, including snorkelling on the house reef and the unique "blue hole" within the lagoon, sunset fishing, dolphin cruise and expeditions with a marine biologist.
A host of Water Sports and Excursions include
Make waves aboard our Princess 54 luxury yacht. Go on a discovery tour of the magnificent Baa Atoll’s Fifty Shades of Blue. Watch the dolphins as they somersault past you or snorkel with hawksbill turtles as they gather at Turtle Reef, or soak up spectacular sunset views in style and explore the surrounding UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Baa atoll like never before. Complement your luxury cruise with Champagne, a selection of gourmet canapes, or a set lunch menu.
The On-site retail shop offers assorted items from top brands of the market including mask, snorkels, fins, rash guards, bikinis, shorts, t-shirts, straps, dry packs, books, reef shoes, sunglasses, cameras, dive accessories and caps.