"Fly" submerged in an individual submarine to investigate the Maldives' UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Skim through enormous sandbars of beautiful fish, above coral arrangements, and close by dolphins, turtles, sharks and beams on the planet's first DeepFlight Super Falcon 3S, a three-man submarine. At the point when lowered, the arch of your own cockpit appears to vanish into the water, inundating you in a 360-degree experience of perhaps the most extravagant environment on Earth: the Maldives' just UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. You will be one of the fortunate folks on the planet to be familiar with the underwater existence of the Baa Atoll by means of this new and naturally deferential innovation, which is only at Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru. With an expert pilot at the controls, travelers can skim over coral arrangements; fly through sandbars of splendidly shaded fish; experience animals, for example, turtles, sharks, dolphins and beams; and investigate the Maldivian waters down to a profundity of 120 feet (37 meters) – all without getting wet.
Joining advancement, wellbeing and protection, Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru is a 44-section of land, 103-estate wonderland in the Baa Atoll UNESCO Biosphere Reserve — a 30-minute seaplane departure from the primary Male International Airport.