The last paradise on earth Embudu Village, with its sparkling waters and natural easy-going atmosphere is a paradise for anyone looking for a few weeks of pure escape from the world. Embudu Village is a small island in a great location close to Male and with spectacular house reef to explore. A beautiful lagoon surrounds Embudu Village where the reef in certain places is just steps away from the beach.
All our beautiful superior rooms are very close to the beach. And all these rooms, have a king size bed, air conditioning, warm and cold water, rain head shower, coffee and tea maker and a build in safe
The sixteen Water bungalows have recently been refurbished. All these beautiful bungalows are exclusive equipped with: Air conditioning, hot and cold water, bath tube with jacuzzi, telephone, satellite TV, Mini Fridge, Safe and a glass floor panel. On the terrace you will find a comfortable sitting area to relax and enjoy the beautiful view.
Far-flung, quiet and remote, Embudu is the perfect place to unwind and at Serena Spa, we are experts in the art of relaxation. Now part of the Heaven on Earth brand, Serena Spa is an international wellness group operating spas across the Indian Ocean, and beyond.
At our buffet-style restaurant, where the theme changes every night, there’s plenty to tempt all palates. From our home-cooked pastries to our authentic curries, our dishes guarantee to get your mouth watering.
Local life in the Maldives is slow and revolves around the good things in life: family, food and fishing. Take a trip to an island village, immerse yourself in a culture where little has changed since early settlement and let our guides escort you through a slice of history.
Our house reef is brimming with life, but that shouldn’t stop you from exploring the ocean further afield. Diverland offers daily snorkelling excursions to the best spots in the region and their experienced guides will make sure you’re in safe hands.
Whether it’s deep sea trawling or the traditional Maldivian hook and line method, fishing is an essential element of local life and a must-try when in the country. Our crew members learnt to fish almost as soon as they could walk, so there’s no-one better to teach you how to secure a catch.