Fairmont Maldives has introduced new water-based activities
Posted on: 7/28/2021, 9:43:41 AM
The isolated island refuge of the Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi in the archipelago's Shaviyani atoll has announced the debut of a new range of water activities. From above and below the waters, visitors will be able to explore the vivid nine-kilometer reef and beyond. Tropical fish, manta rays, and turtles abound in the resort's aquarium.
The Big Game Fishing at Fairmontmaldives takes guests in pursuit of the ocean's amazing marine life in the hopes of catching anything. The Maldives' first and only underwater art gallery and coral regeneration initiative is the Coralarium. A two-tank dive with a competent guide, nitrox, full dive equipment, onboard refreshments, and additional activities are all included in diving tours.
Riders of the Fun Tube and jet ski can have a thrilling journey on the speedboat or jet ski. Stand-up paddleboarders can also take to the water for a glass-bottomed canoe excursion or further stand-up paddling experience. The Fun Tube and Paddle Boarding package costs $140 per person (about £101), while the Jet Ski and Canoe package costs $250 (£181) for two people.