Photo Credits | Jawakara Islands Maldives

Male’ Maldives, 23rd October 2023  – The enchanting Jawakara Islands Maldives welcomed its first guests on a tranquil Sunday, beckoning travelers of all generations to partake in an adventurous retreat. This splendid addition to the Crown & Champa Resorts portfolio, renowned for its luxurious properties like Kudadoo Maldives Private Island, Hurawalhi Maldives, and Kagi Maldives Resort & Spa, ushers in a new era of opulence.

Jawakara epitomizes the ‘One Island, One Resort’ Maldivian concept, housing an impressive 290 villas. Just a short 40-minute voyage by luxury speedboat from the Madivaru domestic airport in Lhaviyani Atoll or a breezy 35-minute seaplane ride from Malé International Airport, this five-star sanctuary comprises two distinct isles – Mabin and Dheru – interconnected by an overwater walkway.

Distinguished by its unwavering commitment to offering family-friendly and multigenerational experiences, Jawakara spoils its guests with a myriad of activities. Whether you’re an adrenaline enthusiast seeking surfing, diving, and a host of motorized and non-motorized watersports, or you prefer the serenity of golf, paddle, and football tournaments on a full-sized pitch, this paradise has it all. Additionally, there are two Suhla spas, a spacious kids club, a serene yoga retreat, and two enticing infinity pools.

Maurice Van Den Bosch, the General Manager of Jawakara Islands Maldives, expressed, “Jawakara has been meticulously designed to fulfill every family’s dreams of a luxury getaway, ensuring every generation finds something to relish in a setting that embodies the classic Maldivian charm.”

For the younger guests, Mabin Island hosts the Jawa Kids Club, where children can partake in a spectrum of engaging activities. From mini golf and football to spa treatments designed for children, sushi-making lessons, and mocktail mixology, the offerings are endless. There are also opportunities to immerse in Maldivian culture through music, dance, art, and traditional fishing methods. Sustainability workshops and guided marine expeditions with the in-house marine biology expert round out the offerings.

Notably, Jawakara is one of the rare luxury resorts in the Maldives where guests can savor the thrill of surfing. The surf school provides equipment and lessons, making it accessible to all. The resort also boasts an array of water-based activities, including guided diving and snorkeling expeditions, paddleboarding, kayaking, and PADI certification courses. The options extend to jetskiing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, sofa-rides, windsurfing, kayaks, and catamaran sailing.

Beyond these adventures, the resort offers two glistening infinity pools with views of the azure ocean, a dedicated kids’ pool, sports facilities, a fitness center, and even a 9-hole golf course, the largest of its kind in the Maldives.

Accommodation options are equally impressive, with Mabin Island hosting 202 villas and Dheru featuring 88 villas. These include 110 Beach Villas, 90 Beach Pool Villas, and 70 Water Pool Villas. Notably, there are 10 two-bedroom villas on Mabin that can be transformed into twin or triple rooms to accommodate larger groups or families. Dheru houses 5 three-bedroom beach pool villas, ideal for larger families or groups. Each villa is meticulously designed, offering a king-size bed, private sun-decking, a 48-inch flatscreen TV, and an indoor bathroom with a refreshing rain shower, creating an intimate space for relaxation and bonding.

Delightful dining options abound, with the ‘Waves’ à la carte restaurant on Mabin Island tempting guests with Mediterranean cuisine. Ekuveni Restaurant and South Side Maabinhura Restaurant – AILA serve sumptuous all-day buffets in an open-air dining room with live cooking stations. The dining experiences are complemented by three bars scattered across Mabin Island.

Guests can savor buffet-style dining at The Retreat Restaurant on Dheru or opt for à la carte Asian-Pacific cuisine on the walkway connecting the two islands, providing a unique dining experience with a backdrop of the Indian Ocean horizon at sunset. The Blue Zone bar offers a spectacular view from on high.

Wellness seekers will find solace in two Sulha Spas, one nestled in the tropical jungle of Mabin Island with 8 double treatment rooms, and the other perched above the crystalline Jawakara lagoon on Dheru, complete with 6 treatment rooms and a yoga retreat. These spas offer an Ayurveda spa and wellness experience, blending Asian massage techniques with organic products to create a holistic and natural approach to well-being.

Jawakara offers various curated stay packages to cater to diverse preferences, including a premium all-inclusive option, full board, half board, or bed and breakfast. The rates for this extraordinary experience start at $600 per room based on double occupancy for bed and breakfast on Mabin Island and $992 per room on Dheru Island. Additionally, there are three-bedroom villas ideal for larger groups or families, starting at $2400 for 5 people, with extra charges for additional guests, ensuring a perfect luxury getaway for all.

Ahmed Shaheen, the Director of Sales and Marketing at Crown & Champa Resorts, aptly summarizes the essence of Jawakara, stating, “Jawakara is poised to revolutionize the market with its exceptional offerings and unique concept. It caters to everyone’s needs and transcends the boundaries of just one segment, presenting a grand five-star, family-friendly, and active resort.”

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