Only Exclusive Travel Declares Maldives as the Most Popular Honeymoon Destination
Maldives Promotion House – Cheshire based luxury tour operator Only Exclusive Travel has announced that the Maldives is the most popular honeymoon destination in the world. The Indian Ocean archipelago is home to 26 atolls which are famous for postcard perfect white sand beaches.
Honeymooners love the Maldives for its 5 star spa resorts. The more luxurious resorts usually have their own island and a small number of villas. Soneva Fushi by Six Senses is the perfect example of a luxury spa resort. Only Exclusive Travel is currently offering 7 nights for the price of 5 for a couple who wish to stay on the unpopulated 1,400 metre long island of Kunfunadhoo.
The resort’s villas are well spaced out around the island, which provides newlyweds with privacy. The island is rich in greenery which makes each villa feel like it is on its own beach. Couples can expect 5 star personal services. Dining can be enjoyed on the villa balcony, or on the beachfront with fire lanterns. Spa services and world class scuba diving are also available.
Only Exclusive Travel is also running special offers on many other Maldives honeymoon resorts. This includes the unique Soneva Gili, also by Six Senses, which is an all water villa resort, also on its own private island. The Huvafen Fushi resort is also very popular, even more so since a multi-million dollar re-furbishment. Guests to this world class resort can experience the first underwater lime spa in the world.
Packages offered by Only Exclusive Travel include flights and transfers. This summer the tour operator will team up with Qatar Airways to provide honeymooners with the most luxurious air travel. Qatar Airways is soon to unveil new Business Class seats which offer touch screen Android control panels and other high-tech features. The seats will be available on the airline’s new 787s, with just 22 seats allocated for Business Class. This means newlyweds can enjoy their 22-inch wide armchairs with more space than ever before.