Some luxury travel for your holiday : No matter where you look, only a sense of peace will surround you in the island of Dhigu. With its white sand and baby blue sky, you can get your feet in the water with a feeling of ‘tranquillity’. Here, the island also houses Anantara Dhigu Resort & Spa that has 36 water villas offering infinity edge bathtub with a view of the calm-blue lagoon. ‘A sight that will leave you awe-inspired.’ This resort comes under 5-star category having enormous rooms with the best facilities. There are four restaurants at Anantara Dhigu Resort which offer delicious food and it is a mere ferry ride towards the adjoining island. This resort also has a Dhoni Kids’ Club that will keep the younger ones entertained all day in activities.
The Soneva Jani is a high end luxury resort located in the lagoon of the Maldives. Your villa offers a secluded and intimate spot to relax and enjoy this tropical paradise. Take a world cruise and let your mind be opened with a wonderfully rich cultural journey. Visit dozens of countries on an once in a life time luxury cruise experience. Extra details at Luxury Travel.
In South Nilandhoo Atoll, the island of Kudahuvadhoo has one of the mysterious mounds known as hawittas. They are probably the ruins of Buddhist temples, though the validity of this is yet to be established. This island also has an old mosque, which is said to have some of the finest masonry you’ll ever see.
The Soneva Jani’s luxury resort on is accessible by taking a private seaplane from Velana International Airport (which is about 166 km away), or by taking a chartered boat from Kunfunadhoo Island. All of the villas at the Constance Moofushi Restort are built and decorated with beautiful natural tones of Constance chic. Feast your eyes and palate on fresh seafood and the finest the Maldives has to offer at the sand floored restaurant.
Accessible only by a 20 minute, private, eight-passenger plane ride, operated by Air Tetiaroa out of Tahiti’s Faa’a International Airport, The Brando was created to bring Marlon’s dream to life. The resort itself is located on a 190-acre island, named “Onetahi”. Guests are now able to visit not only the main island of the resort, but are also able to explore any of the remote, unspoiled private islands surrounding the lagoon, all of which can be reached by either outrigger canoes, or by foot. More details at https://www.paltino.com/the-brando/pricing/. Tauini, Tauroa and Hiraanae, located on the northern side of the lagoon, are separated by a small break in the coral reef, referred to as a “hoa”. This break is home to a vast array of ocean life, and very often visitors are lucky enough to discover the lemon shark nursery in the area. Once a coconut plantation, with its very own dock and village, Rimatuu was the very first one of these islands to be inhabited by Europeans. Reiono, home to a large population of coconut crabs, is the only islet that has preserved its primitive rain forest.