From the low-lying coral atolls of the Maldives, spectacular granite formations of the Seychelles and varied dramatic landscapes of Mauritius and Madagascar, the Indian Ocean offers idyllic islands for every taste.
The granite boulders of the Seychelles
Granite boulders strewn across pristine white sand beaches and verdant, mountainous interiors boasting unique endemic flora and fauna epitomise the islands of the Seychelles’ archipelago.
The coast of Constance Lémuria, Praslin Island, Seychelles
The ‘underwater waterfall’ of Mauritius
A friendly smile and a warm welcome is most people’s first impression of this beautiful island of long sandy beaches, rolling plantations and stunning mountainous landscapes.
An aerial view of Constance Le Prince Maurice, Mauritius
The dramatic Tsingys of Madagascar
The fourth largest island in the world, Madagascar offers visitors a variety of landscapes from arid desert to rich rainforest with unique wildlife and breathtaking scenery to discover.
Robinson Crusoe seclusion at Constance Tsarabanjina, Madagascar
The vibrant coral atolls of the Maldives
A series of white sand coral atolls scattered across the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean, the Maldives offers a sense of peaceful isolation where you can experience the tranquillity of private islands and high end luxury hotels.
Island luxury at Constance Halaveli, Maldives
Take a glimpse at the sumptuous luxury offered by Constance Halaveli, a beautiful 5* hotel with elegant villas and world-class dining set on its own island in the Maldives.
Constance Halaveli, Maldives
A tropical island paradise
Poolside in the Maldives
The Double Storey Beach Villa: a world without walls
Relaxing on the deck of the Presidential Villa
Ocean views at the Jing Restaurant
A world of flavour to be discovered
Watching day fade into night…
An experience beyond expectations
A luxury Maldives holiday is about stunning ocean views, sunshine and 5* accommodation but it can also, sometimes, be about the comforts of home.
State-of-the-art in-villa entertainment systems at Constance Halaveli
That’s why at Constance Halaveli we have introduced state-of-the-art in-villa entertainment systems so you can enjoy your favourite music, movies, TV or just surfing the web from the comfort of your luxurious villa.
Stay up to date with news back home with internet access through the TV and international TV channels.
Whether you’re floating above the calm waters of the Indian Ocean in one of our sumptuous water villas or enjoying your own secluded piece of the island in an elegant beach villa, you can enjoy a vast range of entertainment options.
Our in-villa entertainment system is a combined solution featuring:
- A Mac mini (with wireless keyboard)
- CD/DVD player
- iPod and iPhone docking station.
The integration of internet access, DVD/CD player and iPod/iPhone dock means that guests have access to a range of their own entertainment, allowing them to bring with them or download their favourite content.
Relax in Constance Halaveli’s luxurious Presidential Villa
If, however, guests are looking for something beyond their own libraries our TV system includes:
- Music on demand from a range of titles categorised by artist, album, genre etc
- More than 150 movies on demand (language options including German, French, Spanish, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, English and Russian)
- International TV channels
- Detailed information on the resort including menus, events, nature walks, local information and dive centre details.
Cast your vote for Constance Halaveli in the 2014 World Luxury Hotel Awards.
Vote for Constance Halaveli at the World Luxury Hotel Awards
Vote now for Constance Halaveli.
At Halaveli everything we do from our sumptuous, secluded spa to our elegant spacious villas and delicious fine-dining options are inspired by our passion to create the ultimate luxury experience for our guests.
There is much to appeal to guests looking for a luxury hideaway with exceptional service. Choose from intimate, romantic excursions through to the high octane excitement of water sports, big game fishing and diving the stunning North Ari Atoll.
Some guests love their villa so much they order in service and indulge in the privacy of their own plunge pool with uninterrupted views across the turquoise water.
Vote now for Constance Halaveli at the World Luxury Hotel Awards.
Voting closes Monday, 28th July 2014.
Authentic home-cooked food can be a rich sensorial gateway into the cultures and traditions of a country.
Food of the Maldives: Hedhika
So when we discovered that the mother of one of our staff cooked the best hedhika (a delicious finger food popular in Maldives) we asked her if she would make some for our guests at our weekly Management Cocktail.
Dhon Mariyabu, who lives on the neighbouring island of Himandhoo, was thrilled to be able to share her delicious parcels of onion, chilli, curry leaves, coconut, lime juice and tuna with our visitors.
Dhon makes three different kinds of hedhika: gulha which are round, mas roshi which are flat and circular and kavaabu which are dark and oval shaped.
The hedhika are made in Dhon’s kitchen at home on the day of the cocktail event and are then brought to Constance Moofushi by boat so that guests can enjoy this delicious treat fresh from Dhon’s oven.
Constance Halaveli staff hit the headlines this month for the rescue of a small black tip reef shark which had become entangled in a piece of rope.
Rescuing the reef shark at Constance Halaveli
The shark was spotted by concerned guests, including Austrian journalist Maggies Entenfellner, who saw the shark swimming in the waters around Halaveli with a piece of rope constricting its neck.
The guests alerted Halaveli manager Dominik Kuenstle who set his team the difficult task of catching the shark in shallow waters and freeing it from its dangerous necklace.
We contacted Kolumne to let her know that the shark was safe and well, and she’s since written about what happened in the Austrian newspaper Kronen Zeitung.
Read the full story and see pictures of our shark rescue at Krone.at.
At Constance Halaveli we work hard to ensure we live in harmony with the marine life which surrounds us.