The “all-Inclusive” JA Manafaru Maldives resort has reopened after major renovations.
Management has spent recent months focused on a remodelling and upgrade of interiors, the introduction of a new lounge concept, new menus in all restaurants and a brand-new Maldivian Cultural Awareness Centre.
Positioned at the most Northern tip of Maldives in the Haa Alifu Atoll, the five-star JA Manafaru is positioned where the Arabian Sea meets the vast Indian Ocean. The accommodation options range from 135 sq m to 1600 sq m.
Opening soon, the Maldivian Cultural Centre is a highlight for visitors, showcasing traditional arts and crafts from around Maldives as well as artefacts found on the island itself. Complimenting this space will be Utheemu Gallery, showcasing a cultural photography and access to specific publications about the country. Additional activities available for both adults and children include a PADI-certified dive centre, jet-skiing, water-skiing, mono-skiing, funtubing, wakeboarding, windsurfing, kayaking and catamaran sailing. There is a Marine Awareness Centre, beach volleyball, futsal pitch, tennis court, badminton court, pool table, and games room as well a recently upgraded fitness pavilion, now with the addition of a Yoga deck. Travellers can enjoy Maldivian cooking classes, dolphin-watching, boat cruises, fishing, yoga, eco-golf and the award-winning Calm Spa Sanctuary, offering Ayurveda, aromatherapy, and wellness journeys.
JA Manafaru Maldives is following a full programme of safety and sanitisation which includes government directives and protocols of the World Travel & Tourism Councils #SafeTravels initiative.