Vegan Luxury Resorts in the Maldives
Amilla Fushi is situated in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll this resort oozes style with its ultra modern villas; an onsite ‘Clean and Lean Cafe’ offers healthy vegan options, and the chefs are happy to adjust menu items at the other restaurants and bars in the resort. There are vegan superfoods in abundance and it’s hard not to eat well here. Expect over water villas with endless sea views and sunsets to write home about. They also run an excellent excursion to swim with manatas at Hanifaru Bay, a memorable experience that’s sure to impress.
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You’ll find the first and only all vegetarian restaurant in the Maldives at Atmosphere Kanifushi, a premium all-inclusive resort just 30 minutes by sea plane from Malé. Expect towering tall palm trees, fine white sand, crystal clear turquoise ocean and superbly appointed villas with their own beach access. It’s hard not to love this place with its carefree vibes, flowing vegan food and drinks and a typical Maldivian picture postcard landscape.
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Having won awards including ‘World’s Leading Water Villa Resort’ you know you’re in for a treat when you check in here. The over water villas are truly exquisite; we had a see through section of flooring in our living room that allowed us to watch the fish swimming by underneath. We had wall to ceiling glass doors which opened out on to the most perfect view (and a pool and steps down to the ocean). Combine all this with a chef team that really know how to cater for vegans, offering food from around the globe and you get a perfect recipe for a very special trip indeed.
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Land at Malé airport, hop aboard a private boat and 10 minutes later you’ll have checked in to your villa at the first private island resort in the Maldives. Kurumba Maldives have been welcoming luxury travel loving guests for over 40 years and they certainly know how to cater for vegans with 8 dining outlets, each with a separate vegetarian menu which can be easily adapted for vegans. Expect well polished service, a huge variety of vegan food and nature at your fingertips.
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Six Senses Laamu
The feel good factor when you stay at this luxury island resort is high thanks to the Six Senses companywide policy on sustainable tourism. They go above and beyond to ensure your visit has minimum impact on the planet so you can relax knowing you’re doing the least harm possible. Add to this some of the most delicious vegan food we’ve ever sampled, a lot of it from their their innovative ‘wellness menu’ which naturally has many vegan as well as raw food options and you’re sure to enjoy your time here.
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Recognised as one of the finest resorts in the world (and rightly so) Soneva Fushi is outstanding on so many levels, truly showing us all that luxury travel can be environmentally friendly and good for your health all at the same time. Check in here for that authentic desert island hideaway experience with a twist of laid back luxury. Visit the complimentary ice cream and chocolate room (with lots of vegan options), traverse rope bridges to eat in the garden-to-plate restaurant set in the treetops then gaze at the stars in Soneva’s very own observatory.
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Overnight in Malé?
If your international flight means you need to spend a night in Male or you just want to explore a more local side of life, then a short visit to Malé offers an interesting new side to your Maldivian beach escape. Get a glimpse of real life in the Maldives, see some historic sights, visit local markets, check out the beach in the heart of town and meet some of the friendliest people on the planet.
Sala Boutique Hotel offers guests a chance to stay right in the centre of Malé and is the perfect place to stay; they have a Thai restaurant onsite and are able to adapt dishes for vegan guests too. We also enjoyed a tasty vegan pizza with no cheese at Pizza Mia which really hit the spot after hours of wandering the streets; be warned though, you will not be able to wash your pizza down with an ice cold beer though as Male is a ‘dry’ island where alcohol is not available…