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Equator Village
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Overview

Welcome to Equator Village spa resort- the alluring tropical beauty of Addu Atoll. Nestled in one of the largest, most interestingly formed and historically rich atolls of Maldives, an exotic adventure begins the moment you start your journey from INIA to Gan International Airport. This is not your typical Maldivian resort; this is an equatorial escape into a land of culture and nature entwined together.

VILLAS & BUNGALOWS

Tree lined pathways through courtyard gardens lead to the 78 quaint bungalows chic with a European twist at Equator Village in Maldives. Each accommodation with comfortable white wicker seating in spacious verandas, ideal for a private tea party in the midst of tropical blooms.

78 lovely bungalows opening into a lush courtyard garden. Spacious and cool, designed with simple European elegance.

Standard rooms: Simple and comfortable, the standard rooms offer a cozy fuss free tropical shack opening up to the beach or tropical gardens.
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WINE & DINE

The bar lights up in cheerfully warm splendour. A fresh drink, a new friend, an exotic adventure. Salute, to the southern beauty of the Maldives at Equator Village.
Just the right distance from the pool, restaurant and entertainment room, the Veragan Bar lights up the area in cheerfully warm splendour. A good selection of all-inclusive drinks is marked easily for your convenience. This is a place to relax, chill and swap stories with fellow travellers.
Every day begins with a smile; A beaming chef greets you with a sunny side up, the mood is infectious.

Opening to overlook the surrounding gardens, the Blue Lagoon Restaurant offers buffets of Western, Oriental and Eastern Asian and local cuisine. The wonderfully light and airy atmosphere, teamed with the friendly experienced staff makes every meal a warm welcoming addition to your holiday.

WHY WE UNIQUE

Facilities and Activities

Serena Spa encompasses skills and natural secrets passed down from generations of healers to ease any lingering tensions aches or worries. After an hour of being pampered from head to toe, you will float out lighter, happier and more in tune with your natural environment.

Live out your adventure in a relaxed environment. Warm ambience enhanced by fragrant flora and gliding white terns. A bike ride through lazy roads, a chance to sit by a tranquil mangrove. All this and more, if you care to explore.

Serena Spa of Equator Village offers a wide selection of aromatic oils, and age-old treatments to sooth your mind and body. Ancient Ayurveda therapies, beauty treatments and packages specially designed to completely revive and revitalize all your senses after a day in the sun.

Getting There

From Gan Island, which was a RAF base until 1976, a scenic ride of swaying palms, coastal roads lined with cafes and smiling locals takes you the length of 4 islands (Gan, Feydhoo, Maradhoo and Hithadhoo) joined together by causeways. Hop on a ferry and three more islands can be reached. With Bicycles to leisurely cycle through the scenery, excursions to take you island hopping and fishing, and comfy airconditioned vans with experienced drivers to cruise around the islands, you explore at your own pace.
Historical sights includes a War Memorial built by the British on Gan Island, and a building in Maradhoo used as an Armory by the British forces during the war. The biggest wreck in Maldives - The British Loyalty lies in a seabed inside the Atoll. Addu Atoll also boasts of exceptionally pristine coral reefs, as this is the only area in Maldives that wasn’t affected by the 1998 global coral bleaching.

With lovely mangroves balancing the eco system, and exotic birds like white terns locally known as ‘dhondheeni’ found only in selective tropical lands such as this dotting the fresh blue skies, Addu is without doubt exquisitely special. This is the last inhabited atoll for miles, and standing on the edge of the lush lands looking onto the vast Indian ocean where fishermen brave the seas one can’t help but feel the swell of adventure rise in their hearts.