Vilamendhoo Island Resort Maldives
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The Maldives welcomes you to a tropical paradise of palm trees, white sandy beaches, sparkling clear,
warm water in turquoise lagoons and colourful coral reefs teeming with abundant marine life.
Twin sister to Meeru but you reach Vilamendhoo Island Resort & Spa Maldives by a 25 minute seaplane flight. The same laid-back and relaxed philosophy and, like Meeru, the sole occupant of the island. There is the most beautiful house reef just off the beach so you can easily walk out to it, and you should just kick off your shoes and feel the soft white sand between your toes. There are 4 restaurants – 2 a la carte – and 4 bars to choose from. Euro Divers Scuba Centre, 2 pools, a putting green, great evening entertainment and that special atmosphere that makes the Maldives so inviting. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available in all guest rooms and most public areas. For young guests there is a wading pool, a playground and a children’s games room.
Vilamendhoo Island Resort & Spa Maldives, surrounded by a beautiful lagoon, an excellent house reef and long stretches of white,
sandy beach, is the only Resort of Vilamendhoo, South Ari Atoll. It is 900 meters long by 250 meters wide,
about 55 acres. Your seaplane transfer from Ibrahim Nasir International Airport is a scenic, 25 minute flight.
The lagoons found around most of the islands make the conditions perfect for windsurfing in the Maldives. Most of the resorts have windsurf schools or watersports centres offering lessons and equipment hiring facilities. Boards and sails for hire cater to varying skill levels so it is important to ask advice when selecting what you need. Most resorts in the Maldives offer windsurfing as an activity, but some of the most well-known islands for enjoying the sport are Rihiveli, Velassaru, Baros, Meedhupparu, Anantara Dhiggu, Medhufushi and Kuramathi.
Watersports of many different kinds are popular at the various resorts in the Maldives, including parasailing, surfing, windsurfing, sailing, water skiing, kite surfing and tubing. Visitors also love to go cruising in glass-bottomed boats, often in search of dolphins to swim with.