The widespread increase in the number of covid-19 cases worldwide is leading many countries to assume a second wave of the pandemic is on its way. Some countries are adopting new measures to contain the spread of the virus, and in many cases the strengthening of teleworking is being observed.
After months with very few opportunities to change of scenery, many wonder if something good can still come out of this pandemic. This is where the Nautilus Maldives, a resort in the paradisiacal location, comes in. This luxury resort on the famous Indian islands has created a package specially tailored for teleworkers.
It is called “Workation Package” and was thought to guarantee all the working conditions for those who stay there, while at the same time being able to enjoy the landscape and the breeze.
According to CNN, guests requesting this package will have the option of working in an isolated part of the beach where a table, a chair and parasol, are always available. In addition, whoever is working, will still be able to relax with daily exercise and meditation classes, as well as a ride on a luxury yacht to see the sunset and dolphins.
The Nautilus Maldives reopened to tourists on September 1st. It is also possible to travel to the country, but one needs to show a negative test for the covid-19, not older than 72 hours.
Seven nights in this idyllic teleworking setting will cost about 19,600 euros.