With an eye on the future of our world and its inhabitants as well as the care and preservation of our extraordinary environment, The Nautilus Maldives adheres to a number of green projects.

We have a continual reminder of the rich marvel of the natural world right outside our door thanks to the ideal location of our ultra-luxury island resort in the famed Baa Atoll, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. We here at The Nautilus consequently take the preservation of nature very seriously.

Many visitors to The Nautilus share our commitment to protecting the environment. We are making the most of this chance to emphasise our dedication to Mother Nature and ecological efforts.

The Nautilus Maldives' green initiatives are ensuring a better, more beautiful future

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A Paradise Free of Plastic and Chemicals

A Paradise Free of Plastic and Chemicals

On our beautiful coasts, we put an emphasis on using natural and sustainable products in place of plastic. To drastically reduce waste, products are given unpackaged or in recyclable materials whenever possible. The leftover waste is subsequently recycled.

Additionally, our specialised water and STP facility ensures that no toxins enter the ocean and that all of our washing and laundry products are chemical-free and ocean-approved. Additionally, rather than just replacing towels and bed linen on a daily basis, we only do so when guests request it, reducing wasteful laundering and water use.

Indian Ocean's largest living wall

The greatest living wall in the Indian Ocean is made up of 20,000 native dhun'gethi shrubs, and we are pleased to call it ours. Its twin purpose—offsetting carbon emissions and giving our guests a natural privacy screen—is seamlessly incorporated into the design of the private island resort and measures six metres high and 330 metres long. Additionally, this lovely hedge uses no water resources at all because it is only watered by rainwater and collected grey water, just like all landscaping and gardens on the island.

Marine conservation and coral reef restoration

Marine conservation and coral reef restoration

The coral reefs of the Maldives are some of the best in the world. Seventy-five percent of the world's reef fish as well as numerous dolphins and sea turtles reside in these waters, which are home to nearly 200 types of rainbow-hued coral. Coral reefs also protect the islands from choppy waters and unintentionally lower air pollution by collecting carbon dioxide. These stunning reefs, in addition to playing such important roles in the ecosystem, are one of the main factors that make our archipelago such a well-liked holiday destination. Their preservation is therefore necessary for both the environment and our local economy, since tourism is the largest sector.

Regrettably, reefs need much more than just preservation because they have been severely harmed by industrial activity. They need restoration through proactive efforts where coral pieces are reattached to the reef. Along with reef rehabilitation, it's crucial to safeguard the abundant variety of marine life and maintain its population size. As a result, fishing is prohibited in our house reef and lagoon. We also devote resources to protecting our beloved sea turtles, which are closely watched during breeding and then led safely back to the ocean.

Conscientious Dining

Although seafood is a staple of Maldivian cuisine and is ideal for tropical vacations, it is crucial that the seafood is procured sustainably and in accordance with our valuable marine ecology. Thankfully, the traditional fishing practises in the Maldives are inherently eco-friendly. Low-impact pole-and-line fishing has been favoured in these waters for generations and offers a variety of advantages, including the reduction of overfishing and the support of local livelihoods. As a result, we only purchase our seafood from reputable fishermen who employ these techniques.

In addition, a large portion of our veggies and herbs are grown on our island, allowing us to lessen the environmental impact of transportation while also guaranteeing that we always have the finest, freshest organic produce available. Our tasty specialty meals feature a variety of locally cultivated ingredients, including hibiscus, lemongrass, mint, and chilli.

Beyond the present projects, we work hard to always look for better alternatives to lessen our environmental effect. As we work together to protect the planet we live on, we contribute to a more sustainable way of life with every action and look forward to a brighter future.

Go green on your upcoming vacation without sacrificing the finer things in life. Send an email to [email protected] to begin building a planet from scratch.

The Nautilus is a part of the 2015-founded hospitality company Pulse Hotels & Resorts. The luxurious resort is situated in the Baa Atoll and provides visitors with 26 beach and oceanfront homes and residences.

Dine-Around with Half Board: With our Half Board offer, you can enjoy freeing freedom for 33% less! Enter a universe you've created for yourself. Deviate from the plan and plan a unique excursion. At The Nautilus, you are welcome to come as you are, enjoy wonderful people, and engage in a shared passion for amazing cuisine and adventurous adventures. As we welcome you to an individualised culinary tour, delectable cuisines are waiting for you.

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