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Rahaa Resort

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Maldives, Indian Ocean
Maldives Islands

Rahaa is a 4-star resort located on its own cluster of two islands, in the vibrant, untouched and low-traffic Laamu Atoll, complimenting the history and culture of Maldives through architecture, design, experiences and remarkable Maldivian service. Journey to Rahaa Resort consists of a 40-minute scenic domestic-flight over the tiny islands and atolls of the Maldives, (from Male' International Airport to Kadhdhoo Domestic Airport of Laamu Atoll) followed by a swift 20 – 30-minute speedboat ride (from Kadhdhoo Airport to Rahaa Resort).

Rahaa warmly welcomes guests from all parts of the world including couples, solo travelers, honeymooners, families, groups of friends, adventurers and leisure travelers as well. Nestled in a vast turquoise lagoon in the south-east fringe of the Atoll, Rahaa is tucked well away from the crowded central atolls near Male' and from the busy flight paths and speedboat traffic, making it the perfect hidden retreat for those seeking ultimate relaxation. In other words, the epitome of ultimate seclusion. A naturally beautiful island with lush vegetation, wide stretches of beach, a natural Saltwater Lake and an adjacent private uninhabited island. The pristine environment of Rahaa envelopes visitors creating a sense of belonging, a sense of being at home and at one with nature.

The architecture and décor of the facilities are contemporary with strong links to the seafaring heritage of the Maldivian people. The resort boasts two villa categories with minimalistic modern design, the Lake View Villas and the Ocean View Villas. Guests can enjoy excellent international and local cuisine and a wide variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, at the main restaurant Kaage' and two bars Dhirun' Bar and Ko'Bar. All outlets are right on the beach with ocean and lake views.

Rahaa additionally offers a wide range of activities and services including Diving, Watersports, Kids Corner SPA, Fitness Room, Excursions, surfing and more.