The Nautilus Maldives is offering travelers the chance to switch up their work from home routine by setting up an office at this hideaway in the Baa atoll UNESCO biosphere reserve for up to 21 days.
The resort reopened on September 1 with a slew of new health and safety protocols, from frequent temperature checks on staff to keeping rooms empty for 48 hours between guests.
According to the team at The Nautilus, remote workers will be offered “incredible seclusion” at the resort, which is located on its own private island, along with daily yoga, fitness, and meditation sessions, a private sunset dolphin cruise onboard one of its luxury yachts.
The Workation package also has the option of working on a secluded sandbank with their own personal desk and a shaded sun canopy for a few hours a day, a scene that’s bound to create a stir on any work video call.
A seven-night stay for two will cost $23,250, a two-week stay will set guests back $37,850, and three weeks will add up to $52,000. The package price also includes snacks, stationery, laundry service, and your very own personal assistant. Customs, baggage claims, and immigration admin will all be handled by The Nautilus Maldives staff while you wait in a private airport lounge.
The Maldives is currently open to all tourists provided they have proof of a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before departing from their original destination.
The resort’s package is one of a number of attractive new offerings geared towards remote workers as more and more people continue to work from home due to the Covid-19 pandemic.