Saturday, 7 July 2012

Taj Exotica Resort

Taj Exotica Resort and Spa, Maldives – Crowns the Beauty of Maldives

Beach seeting - Luxury Hotel

Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, Maldives is a private, exclusive and romantic island resort. It is enclosed in lush tropical plants and surrounded by clear blue water which is also one of the largest lagoons in Maldives. This five star resort spreads perfectly along an immaculate beach and a serene lagoon. Taj Exotica Resort is a Member of The Leading Small Hotels of the World.


Taj Exotica features luxuriously designed villas which are suspended over the beautiful blue lagoon. Every hut here provides the guests with luxury living, stylish, extravagant and unrestrained furnishings, glorious views and once in a lifetime experience. The Lagoon Villas, Deluxe Lagoon Villas, Deluxe Beach Villas and more feature as stay options.

Taj Exotica offer some of the most exceptional cuisines. For the romantic this resort offers a unique dining option on a private secludes seating on the lagoon. Private Island dining, beach dining, beach dining at 24 degrees and dining at the ocean pavilion are also available for guests.


The Jiva Grande Spa at Taj Exotica perfectly blending together ancient Indian wisdom with new contemporary therapies. It offers the best Indian rejuvenation therapies that range from Indian aromatherapy massages, yoga, meditation and time-honored Indian treatments. The spa is surrounded by the vast lagoon and is on over-water spa pavilions. Each of the pavilion features a private sundeck and a tranquil relaxation space. The spa is designed as per the Vastu philosophies of space.

Rooms & Suites

Eco Initiatives

Luxury with a conscience is not usually what springs to mind when it comes to running a five star luxury property in the Maldives. Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, however has risen to the challenge to protect the natural tropical flora and fauna and surrounding blue waters of Emboodhu Finolhu island.

Taj Exotica has applied a range of initiatives to reduce its carbon foot print, whilst ensuring that guests continue to experience a high level of comfort, luxury accommodation, culinary offerings, spa and recreational facilities, as well impeccable service - an international hallmark of the Taj group.

Taj Exotica has meticulously analysed the maintenance of energy efficiency, water management, air quality and handling of noxious substances across the resort.

The property is one of very few in the Maldives to have installed a unique hot water system, which instead of using electric geysers, uses three DG sets (Diesel Generator Cooking Paths) to assist in heat recovery and reduce diesel output. Taj Exotica invested in the installation of insulated pipes all around the island, pumping the water around at a constant pressure of 2kg. The result is an annual saving of 109500 litres of diesel.

In the area of water consumption, the property has activated a rain water harvesting system with the yearly collection of 896000 litres. Taj Exotica boasts a bottling plant on site. The 'Classic Crystal' tropical bottling system, produces both sparkling and still water and reuses glass bottles, thus saving on the usage of tens of thousands of plastic bottles each year. It should also be noted that the trees and plants, including Jade Tree, Sea Hibiscus and Malikuruva rose, located on Emboodhu Finolhu island, are endemic species and do not require any additional watering. This saves the resort an extra requirement of 10,000 litres of water per day.

These are some of the key initiatives, that, along with the recycling of metal (which is rare in the Maldives), have resulted in a daily saving of 1,045,987 watts of energy and a 22% reduction in daily carbon dioxide emission.

The commitment of the staff to the principles of environment sustainability has been recognised and endorsed by the prestigious Green Globe Certified Silver Status - the second highest level of Green Globe's benchmarking, certification and performance improvement system in the travel and tourism industry.

Resort Address


Post Box No. 2117
South Male Atoll
Telephone: +960 664 2200  |  Facsimile: +960 664 2211


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