The Coco Palm Bodhu Hithi is a luxury 5* resort located just a speedboat ride from Male that feels a million miles away. Have the opportunity to explore the underwater world on a snorkeling tour, or enjoy your day with a re-energizing yoga class before soaking up the sun on the beautiful white beaches.
Though the Coco Palm Bodhu Hithi halal resort is truly a great halal holiday, we do pick out certain rooms and villas in which we think will meet the best standards any Muslim traveller would be looking for on a luxury halal getaway. Our recommended room type is the Island Villa, which offers the ultimate in privacy and seclusion. Set in its own private, leafy garden a few steps away from the white beach, each spacious villa has its own private plunge pool and outdoor shower in the rear of the villa ensuring complete privacy.
The villa also includes a large luxury Jacuzzi, sunken living area and full entertainment system for those nights you want to hide away inside. Coupled with friendly Maldivian hospitality, beautiful beaches and endless views of the horizon, the Coco Palm Bodhu Hithi is an ideal honeymoon destination. While you’re here, why not spend an afternoon in the spa enjoying the complimentary Jacuzzi, cold plunge, sauna or steam room, all of which overlook the endless blue seas.
Halal food is served for all Serendipity clients. Any non halal items at the resort are prepared separately in designated kitchen areas.
From £2,199 per person
based on two people sharing
Return flights from London to Male
7 nights at the 5* Coco Palm Bodu Hithi in an Island Pool Villa
Return speedboat transfers from the airport to the resort
Honeymooners receive a complimentary Sunset Cruise & Private Coco Cinema on the beach experience
Valid for travel from May to September (supplements may apply in July and August).
Above rate is only available for honeymoon guests. Alternative dates are available throughout the year at a supplement. Prices subject to change and availability at the time of booking.
Honeymoon benefits subject to availability and for newlyweds travelling within 6 months of wedding date.
A popular holiday destination for beach and underwater lovers, the Maldives is a tropical halal friendly destination overflowing with more than 1,000 coral islands, beautiful sun kissed beaches, and calm clear turquoise seas that counts as your gateway to the precious underwater world. Perfect for halal honeymoon, a romantic getaway, or even a fun and adventurous break with the kids, the Maldives is full of energetic activities, luxurious hotels and accommodation, and all the water sports and exciting adventures one needs to complete a fun packed yet relaxing holiday.Flight time from the UK: Approximately 10 hours and 45 minutes via direct flight.Local languages: The national language of the Maldives is Dhivehi, however almost every Maldivian speaks English which is the language used in all schools. English is also the second unofficial language of the Maldives. Best time to visit: The best time to travel to the Maldives is during the dry session or between the months of November and April. It’s during these months that you’ll enjoy hot sunny days with calm breezes.Visa requirements (for British passport holders) : Tourist visas are granted to all nationalities, on arrival to Maldives. This being so, British nationalities and passport holders can enjoy up to 30 days upon arrival providing they hold a valid onward or return ticket. No prior visa is required to arrive to Maldives.Which airport will you fly in to: Male International Airport, previous known as Hulhule Airport, is the main international airport in the Maldives and the most likely airport you’ll fly into when travelling from the UK or other countries. Being well connected with major airports throughout the world, Male Internation Airport serves as the main gateway for tourist arriving into the Maldives. From here, you'll take a speedboat or air transfer to your hideaway island.Key Events and Festivals:Ramadan – Being an Islamic country, the Maldives celebrates the month of Ramadan every year. Eid Festival – celebrated yearly after Ramadan. During the Eid Festival, which normally lasts for 3 days, tourists will enjoy cultural splendors of the Maldives religious faith alongside feasts of grand meals and get-togethers which are thoroughly prepared throughout the country.Independence Day – Independence Day celebrates the freedom of the Maldives against Britain in back in the 1960’s. On this special day the islands are filled with lively performances, colourful parades, and lots or delicious foods, cuisines, and festivities.Must try food:Garudhiya – A fish broth served with rice, lime, chili and onions. Fihunu mas - Barbecued fish that has been basted with chili, usually served with rice.Mas huni – Considered the most popular Maldivian breakfast dish, Mas Huni consists of shredded smoked fish with grated coconuts and onions.Keemia - Deep fried fish rolls.Bajiya – A pastry that is stuffed with fish, coconuts and onion.Must do experience:Scuba Diving & Snorkeling – Home to numerous pristine beaches and crystal clear waters perfect for exploring the underwater world, scuba diving and snorkeling is a must when visiting the Maldives. The country has numerous diving centers and professional instructors to help and guide you on your journey of a lifetime in the Indian Ocean.Tours – With so many places or exploration to discover, the best way to make the most of your stay In the Maldives is by joining a tour. Cultural tours, island hopping tours, and private tours can easily be found by asking one of the teamEating at an underwater restaurant – Situated on Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Ithaa Undersea Restaurant takes you 5 metres below sea level for a once in a lifetime dining experience. Enjoy delicious cuisines while you gaze in wonder at the 360 degree view of the underwater world as you dine in luxury at the first and only undersea restaurant in the world.
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