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The Nautilus Maldives launches luxury 'Workation' packages

Ahmed Aiham
14 September 2020, MVT 14:12
Visitors an opt to spend upwards of USD 23,500 for a week-long 'workation' at one of Maldives' luxury resorts located in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in Baa Atoll. PHOTO: THE NAUTILUS MALDIVES
Ahmed Aiham
14 September 2020, MVT 14:12

Luxury resort ' The Nautilus Maldives', on Friday, announced the launch of it's 'Workation Package' for remote workers.

According to The Nautilus, the package offers guests an ocean-view workspace bundled with a dedicated personal assistant.

The resort is also offering yoga, fitness and meditation sessions for its workationers along with a private sunset dolphin cruise aboard its fleet of luxury yachts.

While individuals can opt to stay for up to three weeks on the island located on the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in Baa Atoll, the resort's starting package will grant a one-week stay for an apt price of USD 23,500 and rises to USD 52,000 for those staying 21 nights.

In order to ease health and safety concerns for visitors to Maldives, the resort will handle all immigration and customs procedures while guests kickback at a VIP lounge in Velana International Airport.

The resort incorporates a modern bohemian style concept of absolute freedom for its guests, who enjoy no rules, no dress codes, no set restaurant hours and no fixed menu choices.

"The driving philosophy behind the resort is to make guests feel not only completely at home but also as if time itself no longer exists", said the resort when it welcomed its first visitors on February 3, last year.

The resort's concepts are bespoke and activities follow the lead of the guest.

The Nautilus Maldives features 26 beach and ocean houses. Being situated in the biosphere reserve, the resort is in close proximity to famed Manta Ray spot 'Hanifaru Bay' and other pristine dive sites across Baa Atoll.

The Nautilus Maldives re-opened on September 1, following the shutdown of tourism amid the COVID-19 pandemic in March.. PHOTO: THE NAUTILUS MALDIVES

The resort also features three restaurants, two bars and a spa.

Following the shutdown of the tourism industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic in March, the resort opened its doors for tourists on September 1.