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Constance Halaveli Maldives offers the luxury of space in seclusion

The new norm has affected all aspects of life, travel included. What makes a vacation a memorable one is now not just limited to adventures, accessibility, luxury and safety, but also must include the availability of space as a condition to enjoy and to stay healthy when traveling.

Constance Halaveli in the Maldives positions itself as a preferred destination for many vacationers as it offers exclusivity, privacy and plenty of adventures all within the exclusivity of its own private island in the Maldives’ North Ari Atoll.

Constance Halaveli is the perfect place to unwind and immerse yourself in the hotel’s exquisite five-star luxury ambience where safety measures are taken to the max thanks to ‘Constance Stay Safe’ protocol. The resort offers vast areas of space at all its premises and all accommodation types are spacious villas where each is complete with a private pool and warm welcoming designs. For extra space each of the beach villas comes with a private garden of minimum 350 m2 which offers the guests all the privacy they are looking for.

There are a variety of spectacular excursions organized by Constance Halaveli giving the guests a chance to watch dolphins, turtles, whales and other marine fauna. Adventurers can also jump into the water to swim with their favorite animal or simply to swim and cool down.

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