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Party in Paradise at the Maldives’ First Luxury Festival

This Halloween weekend, the Maldives will host their first luxury festival with Cult Excape, bringing international DJs and non-stop talent to turn the island paradise into a playground for adults.

Usually reserved for honeymooners enjoying a private and peaceful whitesand beach island escape, the two high-class luxury resorts that make up Crossroads Maldives are about to be crashed by a whole new calibre of clientele.

For four days this Halloween (October 29th - November 1st), the gorgeous islands will be jetting in music-lovers from all over the world to experience Cult Excape, the region’s first-ever luxury music festival.

Cult Excape Maldives is set to be a once in a lifetime experience, where an exclusive selection of guests will take up residence amongst the exotic Kaafu Atoll and Amboodhoo Lagoon at the two high-class resorts of Hard Rock Hotel Maldives and Saii Lagoon Maldives.

Transforming the island into a secluded, magical playground for adults, Cult Excape promises to bring a host of international DJs and non-stop entertainment to the islands, including the likes of Flashmob as their DJ headliner, with Lito and Adam Cotier as supporting acts. Guests will enjoy an intimate festival experience alongside world-class restaurants, bars, cafes and of course the breathtaking natural sights found only in the Maldives.

When guests need a break from partying through pink and yellow sunrises over the Indian Ocean, the all-inclusive festival ensures you’ve got more than enough opportunities to rest your legs and unwind. Far from being just a hedonistic dance festival, the island’s resorts will provide saunas, steam rooms, plunge pools, kayaking, pedal boats, snorkel trips, yoga classes and more.


All-inclusive tickets start from USD 1,600, and can be registered at their Instagram page through link in bio. All travellers must present a certificate of a negative PCR test carried out within 96 hours prior to departure. Travellers from Egypt are required to complete an online health declaration form at most 24 hours before departure to the Maldives through the IMUGA porta, and will be issued a 30 day tourist visa upon arrival as long as they have proof of return transportation and either confirmed hotel accommodation or proof of sufficient funds of USD 100 plus USD 50 per day..