Angsana Velavaru

Angsana Velavaru

Begin a love affair with Velavaru. Accessible by a 40-minute seaplane ride from Malé International Airport, this 113-villa resort is located in the pristine South Nilandhe Atoll. Imagine arriving in a seaplane on a speck of land that emerges from miles and miles of cobalt blue water. At Angsana Velavaru, you will wake up to the adventures of a tropical island. Angsana Velavaru brings out the intrepid traveller in you. Our resort is located in a picturesque lagoon in the pristine South Nilandhe Atoll. Mix romance with adventure between deserted islands and a house reef.
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Key Resort Details

5 Star Hotel
113 Rooms
South Nilandhe Atoll (Dhaalu Atoll)
+960 6767115
+960 6760061
Woo your partner on a sunset cruise or spend the day on an uninhabited island. Spend quality time together, learning the ropes of navigating coral reefs in the company of dolphins and turtles. Experience the dazzling water world at your doorstep.
Main Features:

  • Angsana Spa: refresh your senses with an Asian-inspired range of massages at one of twelve outdoor spa pavilions and treatment rooms
  • Angsana Gallery: select from Maldivian handicraft, vibrant resort apparel and signature spa amenities, and take home the Angsana experience
  • Beach Pavilion: with its choice location and glass walls, it offers an enchanting setting for weddings, small meetings, custom-dining experiences, and yoga lessons
  • Meeting facilities: ideal for small-to-medium size corporate retreats
  • Water sports: enjoy activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, catamaran sailing and canoeing. The fully-certified PADI 5 Star Gold Palm Dive Centre conducts guided dives and courses from beginner to divemaster levels
  • Marine Conservation Lab: offers educational activities for all ages, such as coral planting, marine biology presentation and snorkeling safari
  • Kids’ Club: offers fun-filled activities like treasure hunting, “little chef” cooking classes, t-shirt painting, sandcastle-building, and sea life discovery