CRUISE INTO A SUMMER OF MANTAS IN THE MALDIVES

Join us for our new Summer of Mantas cruises from July 1 to October 31, 2021, aboard Four Seasons Explorer alongside experts from The Manta Trust. Journey through the Baa Atoll UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, following the world’s largest known population of oceanic ballerinas – and their whale shark friends – around the plankton-rich waters of Rasdhoo, South and North Ari Atolls. Dive and snorkel along remote reefs, savour sandbank barbecues and indulge in spa treatments on uninhabited islands. Then retire to the sleek, spacious en-suite cabins of our private, three-deck catamaran as you prepare for a new day of Maldivian magic. Cruising after November 1? Explore our Winter of Wonders itineraries below.

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Summer of Mantas – Three Nights

Depart Landaa Giraavaru on Mondays to experience the manta-rich waters and colourful thilas of Baa, Rasdhoo and North Ari atolls on a three-night cruise.

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Summer of Mantas – Four Nights

Depart Landaa Giraavaru on Thursdays to experience the mantas, whale sharks, thilas and channels of Baa, Rasdhoo, North and South Ari atolls on a four-night cruise.

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Summer of Mantas – Seven Nights

Depart Landaa Giraavaru on Mondays for the ultimate seven-night manta and whale shark cruise around the plankton-rich waters of four Maldivian atolls.

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Winter of Wonders – Three Nights

Leave Kuda Huraa on Mondays to experience the fish-filled caves, canyons and coves of Malé and Baa atolls on a three-night cruise.

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Winter of Wonders Cruises Starting November 1, 2021

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Dining

Dine in Seclusion

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Sunset family barbecue on beach. Cushions and pillows, picnic-like setting, torches and bottles of wine on ice

The thing I like best about the cruise is seeing snorkellers as well as divers get the chance to be inspired by the underwater world through amazing encounters with manta rays, whale sharks and huge pods of dolphins and pilot whales.

Abdul “Abo” Latheef Cruise Director