Baros has re-launched in its 45th year after a two-year renovation period.
The resort will unveil its newly renovated villas, bar and restaurants as well as enhanced guest experiences.
The legacy of this bijou island continues with constant innovation of its product, service and authentic destination experiences offered by a loyal team of experts.
As an example, Divers Baros Maldives - one of the first diving schools to open in the archipelago - will be introducing advanced restoration initiatives to protect one of the best-preserved house reefs.
Baros Maldives has added a new category of villa accommodation - the Baros Suites, comprising two private, stand-alone villas, provide guests with a modern, and a luxurious living space.
The suites will offer spectacular views of the ocean.
In addition, all the existing Baros Water Villas, Baros Pool Villas and Baros Deluxe Villas have been refreshed with new customised furniture, bright colours and quality soft furnishings to enhance guest comfort and improve each villa’s elegant style.
As a pioneer in reef restoration Baros is famed for its incredible House Reef just off shore.
In the autumn, the marine biologist team will introduce Coral Lines, a new coral conservation initiative, which involves collecting coral fragments and tying them to ropes to hang in the lagoon nursery to be nurtured for up to three years, before being replanted directly back on the reef.
This hands-on method encourages the growth of corals in their natural habitat without the use of artificial structures.