Add dates
1 guests
Seach Icon

Equator Village Resort

Ride Away In An Inviting Tropical Paradise

Republic of Maldives, Maldives
Stays > Resort
KPI Icon
Premium4 star trips with all modern amenities
An hour’s scenic plane ride away, Equator Village, located on the upper tip of Addu Atoll’s heart-shaped landmass comes in a package of unique beauty and intriguing history. Equator Village spa resort is the alluring tropical beauty of Addu Atoll. Nestled in one of the largest, most interestingly formed and historically rich atolls of Maldives, an exotic adventure begins the moment you start your journey from INIA to Gan International Airport. This is not your typical Maldivian resort; this is a show more

A photo walkthrough

An Exotic Getaway!

Timeline Image
Equator Village
Set amidst a tropical garden where native species such as coconut, bilimbi, and frangipani thrive on manicured lawns, you can choose to stay in ocean-view rooms or opt for the quieter rooms facing the gardens.
Timeline Image
Elegant Rooms
The rooms are cozy, spacious, and designed to give you the most comfortable nights’ sleep. Simple and comfortable standard rooms offering a cozy shack and the twin sharing room offering a living space fitted with all the contemporary amenities.
Timeline Image
Vaivaru Restaurant
The Vaivaru restaurant sits overlooking the pool at the resort. The serene setting of this restaurant makes it the perfect spot for mealtimes. With a variety of Western, Asian, and Oriental cuisines available at the buffet every day, your taste buds are treated to divine tastes here.
Timeline Image
Veragan Bar
Delicious drinks, beautiful scenery, and wonderful company, what more could you want on a holiday? With a good selection of drinks and heavenly cocktails whipped up by the bartender, you can unwind and take the time to relax and enjoy the moment.
Timeline Image
Swim Time!
Equator Village Maldives enjoys a large, recently refurbished, outdoor swimming pool with breathtaking views across the atoll. A pool bar allows you to sip cocktails without having to leave the water.
Timeline Image
Serena Spa
It encompasses skills and natural secrets passed down from healers' generations, to ease any lingering tensions, aches, or worries. After an hour of being pampered from head to toe, you will float out lighter, happier, and more in tune with your natural environment.
Timeline Image
Water or land, there’s always something different to do in Equator Village. Weekly DJ parties, live band, a full-sized billiards table, froze table, darts board, and a tennis court, the list goes on.
Timeline Image
Dive Center
The resorts' Dive center is managed by Diverland, one of the most experienced scuba diving companies in the Maldives. This team of seasoned, passionate instructors and guides offers a variety of courses from introductory dives to more advanced courses certified by PADI and SSI.

Quick gist

About the stay

  • The resort is vast in size, with forestry of green, large shady trees looming overhead.
  • Offering an outdoor swimming pool and a private beach area, Equator Village is located in Gan.
  • At Equator Village, you will find a tennis court.
  • The rooms are spacious, lively, and offer panoramic views everywhere.
  • Other facilities offered at the property include water sports facilities, a shared lounge, and a ticket service.

Where is this?

  • Only a few feet away from the rooms are soft sandy beaches and inviting turquoise waters that sparkle beyond the beaches.
  • With the unique blend of beauty, rich history, and endless possibilities for adventure, Addu Atoll has a fascinating history.

With whom?

    Something unique

    Equator Village Maldives is built on what used to be the RAF’s Sergeant’s Mess. The old colonial buildings still stand and have been tastefully converted and renovated with the modern traveler in mind.

    Tips from insiders

    • An array of activities can be enjoyed on-site or in the surroundings, including cycling, and diving.
    • Go cycling with your partner to reconnect with nature.
    • This makes for incredible bird watching in the evenings and early mornings as trees are busy with the ‘Dhondheeni’ who call these their home.