"We first engaged with Four Seasons Maldives with the opening of Kuda Huraa in 1998 and dialled it up in 2006 when Landaa Giraavaru joined the family. I am tickled by the success of the Night Spa and the Surfing Champions Trophy - now in its 10th year - both of which we helped create. But it is the lows that bring you closest. The 2004 Tsunami and now Covid-19 have tested the leadership and strengthened the partnership on which we continue to build."
Four Seasons Maldives is ever invested in the future. Cleverly mixing the global traveller’s dream with local community initiatives, high style with conservation, peace and privacy with meaningful collaborations –trailblazing leader Armando Kraenzlin never takes a short term view.
Four Seasons Resort Landaa Giraavaru is a secluded sanctuary with conservation and sustainability at its core. Guests can participate in the Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Centre, Junior Marine Savers programme and coral reef-scaping projects. The hotel is also in partnership with The NOW Force for Good Alliance and EarthCheck. The outstanding spa is already applauded for its exquisite design and authentic Ayurvedic treatments and will soon launch a new planetary wellbeing concept, AyurMa, which harnesses an integrated human connection to Mother Earth.
Four Seasons Kuda Huraa is a cool, contemporary island – ideal for romance - where big skies and the ocean combine. Home to the annual Surfing Champions Trophy, guests can learn to surf with Tropicsurf pros, dine al fresco on a secluded sandbank or try the marine-inspired ‘Healing Waters’ treatments at The Island Spa.
An island to call your own. Four Seasons Maldives Private Island at Voavah sleeps up to 22 guests who can dive, surf and wakeboard, explore the atolls by private yacht, return for ila spa treatments, yoga and meditation sessions and dine under the stars. This is the world’s first exclusive-use UNESCO hideaway.
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