The Soneva Fushi Resort is an idyllic, desert island hideaway with perfect white sand beaches lapped by crystal clear, aquamarine waters.
Located in the Baa Atoll, the Maldives’ only UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, Soneva Fushi is blessed with a vibrant reef encircling the island, a colony of nesting turtles and its very own world-class observatory; a truly stunning resort, with a wonderful range of luxurious beachside villas, some with private pools, as you can see for yourself in this 360 virtual tour of Soneva Fushi by Ron Arnoldussen, FOTOGRAFIE 360.
With the resorts own marine biologist guests can dive with bottlenose dolphins, swim with whale sharks and watch majestic manta rays glide by.
Explore the skies
The Soneva Fushi Observatory is equipped with the most powerful telescope in the Indian Ocean. Your Soneva Fushi hosts, trained by one of India’s leading astrophysicists, Dr Parag Mahajani, will help you identify the constellations, count Saturn’s rings and Jupiter’s moons.
Treat your taste buds
The cuisine at Soneva Fushi is second to none. In the mornings you’ll find a seemingly endless array of fresh fruits, breakfast classics and delicious juices. Lunch can be taken at the buffet dining area, in your villa or as a picnic on a nearby sandbank. In the evenings dine on organic produce from Soneva Fushi’s thriving gardens and the freshest locally caught seafood and enjoy their European Executive Chef’s modern take on traditional Maldivian cuisine.
Visit the Soneva Fushi Resort‘s website to discover more.