The popular Anantara Veli Resort, located in the beautiful island nation of the Maldives, is saying hello to a new program that gives those with a passion for the Maldives a reason to visit over and over again in a year's time. Their new yearly pass includes unlimited access to an overwater villa and the rest of the resort for a full year. Though the package itself isn't cheap at $30,000 US dollars, if you are planning on visiting the Maldives a few times next year, you could save a nice chunk of change by going this route.

This package includes use of a two person overwater villa as well as various discounts and add-ons that include scuba diving, snorkeling, cooking lessons and treatments at the resort's spa.

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Overwater villa features and amenties

The villas at this resort are impressive at every turn, with luxuries including 24 hour room service, a minibar, a private deck with a daybed, an entertainment center, and more. All of these amenities can be found at each and every one of the resort’s 50 overwater villas, all of which offer guests beautiful views of the ocean.


You’ll also find yourself privy to a few extras here and there in each room. These range from a sofa, a minibar, and an espresso machine alongside a coffee and tea making station. Because of what each overwater villa offers, you’ll find it hard to leave the privacy and comfort of this ocean oasis.

Features found around the resort

As you look through pictures of the resort, you’ll find that there’s a lot going on, but in a very good way. You won’t find yourself overwhelmed here, but you will find yourself amazed by the options granted during your island stay, both on the island itself and offshore. Ocean activities here include a sunset landline fishing excursion, a sunset cruise, scuba diving, snorkeling, and surfing. You’ll also find speedboats and jet skis available for a fun afternoon filled with a little speed.


Back on land you’ll find a spa that offers a large variety of treatments and massages, a boutique for a little shopping, a library, morning meditation sessions, a fitness area with weights and machines, yoga, tennis, volleyball, badminton, and a cooking school where you’ll learn how to make local dishes. There are also several restaurants and bars to choose from right on-site, but if you rather eat and drink in the comfort of your private villa, remember, you’ll find 24 hour room service here.

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    1. Roger,

      I would think so, but I don’t have a list of the wheelchair-friendly places. All of the Maldives islands are flat and the overwater bungalows are all on flat docks. I’d think that nearly all resorts are wheelchair friendly so I’d say choose a resort and then just make sure once you’ve decided. Best of luck! -Roger

  1. I have a question and a comment.

    Question – Is there a place to find discount codes or pay for 2 days get 3 days discounts?

    Comment – Any chance you could consider adding a category “Best Resorts with sand (only) surrounding the villa’s (no rocks so you can easily walk around). And maybe water level that is not over your head. For Reference I stayed in Bora Bora at the Pearl resort and LOVED it because the sand around the villa’s was wonderful and easy to walk on without rocks and coral and the water was only chest high. Just curious.

    1. David,

      I’m not aware of any discounts like that. In fact, since some resorts have remained closed since the pandemic, many of the others have raised prices quite a bit. So finding one that are only charging their rates from two years ago is difficult.

      That is an interesting suggestion for an article. I think it would be tough to research though. The resorts I’ve been to in different parts of the world all have different high tide and low tide levels that can make swimming much better or impossible. At least the conditions are nice for big parts of the day in most cases. I’ll look more into this. -Roger