If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to sleep in a snow dome or a bubble, here is your chance to find out.
The Beach Bubble tent takes glamping to a whole other level in the Maldives. Finolhu — described as the Indian Ocean’s grooviest getaway — has set up the secluded bubble accommodation for “incredibly romantic, one-night-only ‘Dream Eclipse’ experiences under the stars, from sunset to sunrise”.
“Constructed using super-strong, high-tech polyester fabric, Eye In The Sky’s pioneering Bubble tent provides a UV-protected, fully waterproof, climate-controlled cocoon that offers guests a uniquely immersive nature experience,” a spokesperson says.
“The interiors feature custom-fitted wooden floors and bespoke furnishings and a separate adjoining bubble bathroom.”
The Dream Eclipse experience costs from $US600 ($845) per couple and includes one night in the Beach Bubble (7pm-9am), a private beach barbecue and breakfast on the beach.
- For more information visit finolhu.com/finolhu-bubble.
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