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MAKE A RESERVATION

Book directly with us and enjoy these
benefits, no minimum stay required

  • VIP welcome on arrival from the airplane and private fast-track
    immigration and customs from the comfort of the VIP lounge
  • Welcome amenities inclusive of champagne and gourmet
    platter
  • Daily breakfast “anywhere anytime”
  • Deli-style bites at the pool bar till sunset
  • Daily sunset cocktails
  • Complimentary stay and meals for two children below 12 years
    (children eat from our kids’ menu)
  • Early check-in & late check-out subject to availability

*terms and conditions apply*

sustainability at the nautilus

SUSTAINABILITY

An island that cares for your future

At The Nautilus, we believe sustainability is paramount in creating a consciously luxury environment and experience. We take a holistic approach to this wherever possible, considering all areas including social, environmental and economic factors. Our sustainable activities range from empowering and supporting local talent to using sustainable building materials resulting in handcrafted room furnishings. From ocean-approved chemical free cleaning products to LED energy saving initiatives and replacing plastic with reclaimed wood, The Nautilus operates on an environmentally smart basis.

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Local workforce empowerment

 

The Nautilus is proud to have the highest concentration of locals in higher management positions in the entirety of the Maldives. Empowering locals to achieve, succeed and thrive in these roles is fundamental to us in creating a positive and sustainable working environment.

LARGEST GREEN WALL IN THE INDIAN OCEAN

Planted with over 20,000 dhun’gethi bushes [Clerodendron inerme], this natural wall is a sustainable way to provide shade, privacy and a cooling green backdrop to the landscape. The surrounding trees in the landscape mature and cast a shady canopy over sections of the walls other plant species such as ferns will be introduced. The wall is watered either by natural rainfall or, in dryer weather, by reclaimed ‘grey water’ from the state-of-the-art water treatment plant.

At 330 metres long, it runs around the middle of the island, separating guest areas from the team member village and varies from three to six metres in height, covering a total area of 1,700m².

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CORAL REPLANTING

At The Nautilus, our underwater world that surrounds us is just as important as what we see on the island. That’s why we provide the opportunity for guests to adopt a coral frame. Helping to preserve the beauty of our reef as well as encouraging new growth for the future, our coral frames are located in the island’s lagoon. Guests can monitor their adopted coral frame’s growth online through update images shared by our resident marine biologist regularly. 

 

INCORPORATING LOCAL FACTORS INTO OUR EXPERIENCES

Whether visiting a local island, exploring a local museum, attending the fun-filled Dhivehi language class or learning some boduberu, we aim to incorporate Maldivian traditions and culture into as many experiences as possible.