Luxury resort, The Nautilus Maldives has launched a ‘Workation Package’, designed to allow visitors to work remotely from a desk with an ocean view, while enjoying the services of a dedicated personal assistant and non-stop refreshments.
The Nautilus Maldives, located in the UNESCO biosphere reserve in B. Atoll, reopened on September 1.
The Nautilus Maldives reported to international news agency CNN that remote workers will be offered “incredible seclusion” at the private resort island, along with daily yoga, fitness and meditation sessions, and a private sunset dolphin cruise on a luxury yacht.
Those who book the package also have the option to work on a secluded sandbank with their own personal desk and a shaded sun canopy for a few hours a day.
A seven-night stay for two under the package costs USD 23,250, while a two-week stay costs USD 37,850, and a three-week stay costs USD 52,000.
Maldives reopened its borders for international travel on July 15, and is currently open to all tourists, provided they have proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken maximum 72 hours before departure from their original destination.