The idyllic Seychelles Archipelago is situated in a remote part of the West Indian Ocean, which ancient legends refer to as the Garden of Eden. It still lives up to this blissfully exotic name with its vibrant history, exquisite landscape and wealth of fascinating attractions. Tucked away on a secluded island in this Archipelago, you’ll be seduced by carefree opulence when you discover the magic of MAIA.
MAIA offers thirty exquisite thatched Villas, each strategically positioned in different locations for ultimate privacy. There are Ocean Panoramic Villas and Maia Signature Villas all with breathtaking vistas.
Gastronomy is integral to the magical MAIA experience. Drawing inspiration from a number of cultures, here they have perfected the art of Asian, Mediterranean and Creole cuisine. Add to this a skilled Sommelier and an impressive collection of top international wines and you’ll believe you’re in culinary heaven.
MAIA’s tranquil spa is set in award-winning gardens where world-class treatments and nature’s sounds will lull you into a state of bliss. Luxuriate in sumptuous spa treatments with Omorovicza products prepared by highly trained staff while your children enjoy exciting pamper packages created exclusively for their generation.
MAIA provides an environment for all-round health and fitness - equipped fitness centre, with the Technogym “Excite” range including individual LCD touch screens and polar system - compatible with personal iPod connectivity. Professional staff is able to guide you through yoga and Qi Gong. Pampering your mind, body and soul is the priority.
A lazy way of relaxation could be the swimming pool with tanning decks, as well as a secluded beach with tranquil bay free of motorized sports.
While secluded, MAIA is still ideally located for guests seeking leisure activities. Comprising of 150 unspoilt islands and one of the safest marine environments in the world, the Seychelles Archipelago offers exploration on a seaside platter.
Take family-friendly trips to the local markets, which offer an insight into indigenous trends. Or feast on local culture and entertainment by visiting the museum, local Creole restaurants, botanical gardens and heritage sites.
For adventure seekers, there is a host of outdoor activities ranging from snorkelling, diving, fishing or swimming to island-hopping and more.