- Boutique-style rooms, tempting restaurant and exceptional dive centre
- Explore’s Laamu’s exhilarating coral reefs and channels
- See a more off-the-beaten-track side of the Maldives
Reveries Diving Village offers its guests the best local island experience in remote Laamu Atoll. Known for its authentic Maldivian hospitality, stylish accommodation and a touch of luxury, this boutique-style guest-house with full resort facilities offers a truly different Maldives experience. With plenty of exciting activities above and below the sea, divers and their families can be sure they’ll be kept entertained throughout their stay at this sociable resort.
About Reveries Diving Village
Located in the less-visited southern atolls of the Maldives, Reveries Diving Village offers an authentic, relaxing experience with just a hint of luxury. The resort is ideal for couples, groups and families with children - in fact, there’s something for every kind of traveller. Reveries is well-known for its beautifully-decorated modern rooms with scenic ocean views, tempting spa, and the variety of local and international dishes in its outstanding restaurants. Add in the exciting menu of tours and activities on offer, and an exceptional PADI dive centre offering watersports, scuba diving courses and dive and snorkeling excursions, and you’ll be kept entertained throughout the entirety of your stay.
The award-winning Reveries Diving Village is blessed by stunning tropical surroundings that can rival any postcard. With powder-white beaches, emerald green vegetation and pristine coral reefs nearby, the resort offers a perfect Maldivian holiday experience.
Explore the resort
Hungry divers and holiday makers will appreciate the fine cuisine served in Reveries’s outstanding restaurants. Guests are welcomed to try the all-day-dining at the main international restaurant, which offers a daily buffet breakfasts and lunchtime dishes with live cooking stations. If you are looking for something different, the roof-top terrace restaurant offers awe-inspiring ocean views, while the bar counter also offers light refreshments. On the ground floor, the garden café provides a wide selection of refreshments in a relaxed setting. Room service can also deliver right to the comfort and privacy of your room.
Health and wellness are a key theme. Swim in the indoor swimming pool, or get yourself moving in the 24-hour gym, then chill in the spa or in the privacy of your room while expert spa therapists soothe your weary body. Explorers can head to the tour desk to check out the many excursions available, including island safaris, bicycle rides, picnicking, a private beach BBQ, candlelight dinner, kayaking tours or a private resort island excursion.
Diving at Reveries
The diving at Reveries is organised by the resort's in-house dive centre. Guests can book scuba diving, snorkelling, dolphin watching and sunset fishing, and the dive centre offers rental gear and a range of PADI courses to suit every level. Dive from the shore and explore the house reef, or join their daily boat diving excursions - there’s no excuse not to get in the water with their experienced instructors during your stay.
Certified divers can join dive trips to the exhilarating dive sites of Laamu, while beginners can learn to dive on the stunning coral reefs that have made the Maldives famous among the diving community. Experienced divers can join trips that head to the north, where awesome channels with adrenaline-pumping, high-voltage currents offer up some exciting drift diving. There’s a chance to encounter large pelagics, such as giant trevallies, eagle rays, nurse sharks, grey reef sharks, majestic manta rays and many more marine giants.
- Read up on the religious history of the Buddhist ruins of Gan before your arrival – you’ll appreciate their cultural significance a whole lot more!
- The Maldives has strict laws on alcohol sale and consumption. Reveries Diving Village does not sell alcohol, but you can enjoy a fruit juice or mocktail on the beach at sunset.
- The resort has its own private ‘bikini beach’, where visitors can relax in swimwear without having to cover up.
Diving in Laamu and Thaa Atolls
Schooling reef fishYear round
Healthy coralsYear round
Manta RaysYear round