Dhigali Maldives has setup a water-bottling plant as a part of the resort's eco-friendly endeavors and commitment to the environment.
“It is a great pleasure to share the exciting news that Dhigali Maldives, has set up a water bottling plant this month and thereby bid farewell to large amounts of plastic.” The resort said in a statement.
“The introduction of the water bottling plant is an important element in the resort’s eco-friendly endeavours and a commitment to the protection of environment in the day-to-day operations.”
Surrounded by a large house-reef, beyond the lagoon, Dhigali Maldives is a 45-minute seaplane ride away from Male airport. The guests can enjoy a meal at one of the 7 dining options.
The island itself is corralled by 20 Beach Bungalows and 33 Deluxe Beach Bungalows to the south, and 62 Beach Villas which line the north and southwestern beaches. Nestled under a canopy of palms, these beach front sanctuaries provide luxurious intimacy, effortlessly marrying the interior and exterior. Outside, spend your days relaxing in the private deck’s day-bed or opt for one of the 21 Beach Villa with Pool which include a private plunge pool
Guests can enjoy the Spa set in a soothing setting of a tropical lush garden, featuring an outdoor plunge pool surrounded by day beds within the natural greenery offering indigenous therapies and healing traditions.
In addition to PADI-certified diving, snorkelling and a range of water sports, Dhigali offers island hopping adventures to nearby islands to explore local culture. Access to the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Hanifaru Bay in the nearby Baa atoll is available, allowing guests to discover the largest seasonal groupings of manta rays, a variety of stunning corals and huge schools of tropical marine life, as well as the opportunity to spot whale sharks.