Discover the Indian Ocean
In Malé, the capital of the Maldives, you can experience the ‘Whale’ submarine, which can reach depths of 150m and is fantastic for those who do not dive. The perfect way to see the wonders of the Indian Ocean.
Also known as the Dhihevi cuisine, the typical Maldivian menu is rich with spices and heavily influenced by both Indian and Sri Lankan cooking.
Discover life below the sea at an underwater restaurant. With180-degree panoramic views through dome glass ceilings—a truly romantic evening.
Best Time to Visit
Between November and April -you can expect dry, sunny days and plenty of blue skies at this time of year.
Overwater villas, with private water gardens that can only be reached by boat. These idyllic villas boast an open-air living room and bathroom with sun decks on the roof and over the lagoon—the epitome of barefoot chic.
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island
Spanning two idyllic islands, Rangali is the first of its kind. With glass-floored lounges, and water villas with a bedroom, living space, and bathroom on the ocean floor, It is a paradise on earth.
Just within touching distance of a pristine, UNESCO protected Biosphere Reserve. Truly a desert island hideaway.
Preserving Coral Reefs
Immerse yourself in the local community by harvesting coral fragments.
With the help of an expert, you can harvest coral fragments from donor colonies and then attach them to nursery ropes, helping to preserve these beautiful coral reefs.
Snorkelling & Diving
Meet the ocean’s residents with diving and snorkelling trips.
Take a boat to experience the natural beauty of many of the islands.
The ultimate fishing experience is home to over 1000 species of fish ranging from tuna to barracuda.