With summer travel still peaking in the GCC as temperatures remain high, Constance Halaveli Maldives offers GCC travellers a special offer with a 40% discount during August and September. Guests can immerse themselves in crystal water while taking deep breaths of fresh Maldivian air, all while enjoying a luxury vacation with tailor-made services and complete privacy for friends and families.
True Maldivian Experience
Whether it's a group of friends heading to explore the mystery of the Indian Ocean islands or a family looking to spend quality time together, travellers will dunk themselves in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Reaching Constance Halaveli Maldives by seaplane, the seemingly floating island is surrounded by hued sea water and coral reefs. For a more authentic Maldivian experience, guests can stay in a private water villa built upon the crystal-clear lagoon and surrounded by the vast ocean. Or choose a spacious beach villa with a private garden, pool, and warm, welcoming designs; for complete solitude, all accommodations types at Constance Halaveli Maldives come with a private pool.
Blessed with some of the best diving spots in the world, as well as abundant marine life and tantalising underwater scenery, Constance Halaveli Maldives is a paradise for water sports lovers.
Divers can visit submerged coral pinnacles that offer shelter to crustaceans and colourful coral fish, while in the surrounding column of water you can spot schools of fish swimming around. Eagle rays appear to fly while swimming with their wings and can be seen at the cleaning stations on the reef. Manta rays can also be spotted during the season, as well as a variety of sharks, including the mighty whale shark. Beauty is everywhere in the Maldives; guests can enjoy crystal clear water, fantastic weather, and unparalleled marine life. Divers will likely spot a sea turtle whilst swimming, diving, or snorkelling around Constance Halaveli Maldives, as five of the seven species of sea turtles in the world can be found in the Maldivian waters.
The mesmerising wildlife in the Maldives includes many rare creatures, such as the beautiful Whiptail Ray, with its exceptionally long tail that is more than twice the length of its body and is one of the Indian ocean treasures. On the other hand, Black Tip Reef sharks are some of the most common sharks in the Maldives. They are often found patrolling the shallow waters. There's also the Giant Jackfish; this large fish grows to a maximum known size of 170 cm and a weight of 80 kg; surprisingly, they are speedy swimmers, thanks to their sleek and streamlined shape and can swim up to 70km. Undoubtedly their specifically designed eyes give them a panoramic view of their surroundings in sharp, clear vision.
The beautiful creatures that inhabit the surroundings of Constance Halaveli Maldives island make this charming, pristine land a destination for fascinating discoveries. Curious travellers can learn about tropical wildlife in the Indian ocean, whether it's the distinctive breeds of birds or various exotic land creatures.
A few breeds of rare birds live on this tiny private island, nesting in many areas at the resort. From the Brown Noddy, a beautiful dark brown bird that appears during daylight, flying over the ocean searching for small fish, to the Indian House Crow, the most common bird in the Maldives, known for being clever and mischievous. Whilst the Black-naped Tern spends most of their day by the sea. Still, they roost in quiet hidden parts of the beach. Even though they are shy birds, they are skilled hunters.
At the same time, many small island residents live amongst the foliage or on the sandy paths. The vast amount of life below the eye line is surprising, such as the Ghost Crab. These tiny creatures were named for their pale colouring used to camouflage into the neutral sand. They can travel up to 16 kmh and hide in caves during the day to shield themselves from the hot sun. Whereas Indian Fruit Bats are considered one of the world's giant bat breeds, with an incredible wingspan of 1.5m, they spend the day hanging out in large groups, and when dusk approaches, they leave their roost searching for food amongst the wildlife. Incredibly, they travel on average 65km every night. Then there's the Variable Lizard Almond belonging to the dragon lizards group due to its shape and structure. Their long, elegant tails are crucial for their balance as they scurry to trees for refuge, especially coconut palms.