The Fushi Family Package

Maldives Promotion House – The original desert island hideaway is every child’s dream, which makes it the perfect family getaway because it’s every parent’s dream too. So for this season, Soneva Fushi By Six Senses is offering a special four-night family package which includes accommodation in a two-bedroom villa with a private pool.

The offer is available from 1st August to 5th November 2011 and all bookings should be made before 25th October 2011. Rates start from USD 5,751 for four nights in a Crusoe Villa of two bedrooms and a pool. For four nights in a Soneva Fushi Villa of two bedrooms with a pool, rates start at USD 5,890, inclusive of taxes, service charge and government bed tax for up to 4 persons. A minimum four night stay is required, and rates are based on per villa, per package for families up to two adults and two children under 12 years old.

The package offers four nights accommodation with daily breakfast for two people, complimentary accommodation with full board meals for up to two children under 12 years old, when sharing with parents, and return domestic flight and speedboat transfers. It also includes a special kids’ movie at the cinema one time during stay. A special snorkelling trip with the in-house marine biologist is also included.

Note: Eco-friendly, unmatchable natural beauty, and complete remoteness are understatements in describing this luxurious resort. Only 30 minutes away via a scenic seaplane flight, Soneva Fushi aims to source 90% of all ingredients from the organic garden itself and other islands in the archipelago, to create a genuinely carbon neutral gastronomic experience, a true reflection of the Maldives.

Soneva Fushi by Six Senses: Baa Atoll, Maldives +960 660 0304;

Fushi Family Package: Rates start at USD USD 5,751 and USD 5,890 for four nights and is aimed at families of up to two adults and two children under 12 years old. Offer also includes accommodation, full board meals for two children, return seaplane transfers and a special snorkelling trip with the in-house marine biologist.

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