4 Best Beaches in Maldives For A Perfect Sandy Getaway

When it comes to beaches to spend a holiday at, Maldives is the best. There are so many beach resorts that you will wonder where to go and where to stay. Here are the five best beaches in Maldives for a perfect sandy getaway.

Komandoo Island Resort and Spa Maldives

What best place to spend a romantic holiday than the Komandoo Island, the 5th most romantic resort in the world? Sitting in the rich marine life at Lhavinyani Atoll's core it is also the 5th best resort in the Maldives, an award noted by our valuable reviewers, our guests. It is a romantic getaway far away from the hectic world outside into a peaceful embrace with nature. Transportation to the Komandoo Island Resort is through a seaplane transfer of 40 minutes which runs at daytime only. It accommodates a total of 65 villas so don't worry about planning a family holiday. Offering over 50 dive sites scattered around the island, it is a scuba diver's paradise. You can even swim with the magnificent manta rays and dolphins and a whole other rich variety of marine life purely attracted by the coral gardens and lagoons. Dining is a great experience here as many kinds of international cuisines are available.

Our lush service and rich amenities are sure to make you rate us a 5★ as well!

Angsana Velavaru Maldives

The first of its kind in the Maldives, the Angsana Velavaru is the only resort built in a kind of in-ocean villas. It is the first one to construct such villas that are separated completely from any land. Step outside your door to find the waves swaying beneath your feet or enjoy the visual bliss of marine life around you. The perfect place for a honeymoon, you can even bring along your kids and family for a perfect trip. Enjoy a jolly time with activities like diving, snorkeling, night fishing, dolphin spotting excursions, etc. Situated in the Dhaalu Atoll, it can be reached through either seaplane or domestic flights and speedboat transfer. The resort accommodates a total of 113 villas and offers a wide variety of them.

The best aspect of this resort is that you can book a special traditional wedding at one of its sailboats - Dhoni Pavilion, surely to make for an unmatched memory.

Niyama Private Islands Maldives

Niyama Private Islands, situated in the Dhaalu Atoll is another beautiful getaway. Perfect for couples and honeymoon holidays, it is a blissful place to have a romantic picnic on the white sand. Light a bonfire and play some music, this is a place truly to capture the beauty of the moment. BBQ some aromatic good for yourself or enjoy the handcrafted cuisine at the dining places. The Niyama Private Islands is constituted of twin islands, Play and Chill, either providing a contrasting fun to our guests. There's even an Explorer's Children Club specially catering to the children's needs. Kids from 3 up to 12 years of age can enjoy this club alike. It offers trampoline, playground, splash kitchen and other fun activities. Surfing is another just looked forward by every enthusiastic couple.

The resort accommodates 134 villas and can be reached by daytime transfers only through seaplanes.

Amilla Fushi, Maldives

The name of this resort literally means "My Island Home" so you can be rest assured, you'll have an experience feeling just like at home. Surrounded by the lush flora and the sparkling beaches and lagoons, this resort is preferred greatly by the VVIPs. Offering a series of curated foods and drinks, it's a paradise for the foodies. It also offers a range of sophisticated cuisines, artisanal cheeses and wines; fun activities like snorkeling and scuba diving at the Baa Atoll; and places to spend a peaceful time such as the Wellness Tree Houses by Bodyism and Javvu Spa catering the needs of fitness, yoga, and spa. There's also a special kid's club designed just for the kids. It offers indoor and outdoor activities for younger and bigger kids alike.

The resort accommodates 67 villas and can be reached by both daytime and night through seaplanes or domestic flights.

blog comments powered by Disqus