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of the BEST


MALDIVES ESCAPES


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Laura French picks out some of the best deals for clients in need of a break to look forward to


ravel might be off the cards for the moment, but hopes of a winter-sun getaway for early 2021 are still very much on the table for clients dreaming of sugar-sand shores, cerulean seas and opal blue skies (aren’t we all?). And with the Maldives ready to welcome Brits when travel does return,


operators are offering some impressive savings. So where should you be looking to clinch some all-important sales? We’ve rounded up some of the best resorts, from family-friendly spots to all-out luxury retreats, with all the diving, catamaran sailing and dhoni boat dining you’d expect in this mesmerising archipelago.


5 NOVEMBER 2020 travelweekly.co.uk


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BAROS MALDIVES, NORTH MALE ATOLL For clients seeking a secluded, intimate resort, look to this lush island retreat, home to 75 villas scattered between tropical foliage and flanked by a protected lagoon. Experiences range from private dining on a dhoni (boat) to massages on the Piano Deck, diving excursions to sunset fishing trips, as well as a ‘traditional techniques’ workshop where guests can learn local skills such as how to crack a coconut. The new Baros Residence has also just opened, offering a palatial spot complete with


24-hour butler service, private tropical garden and huge infinity pool. Book it: Abercrombie & Kent is offering seven nights’ B&B from £1,450 per person, based on two adults sharing a Deluxe Villa


between now and April 12, 2021 (excluding flights). abercrombiekent.co.uk


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