Milaidhoo Island, Maldives

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We can truly say Milaidhoo is the ultimate paradise. A boutique luxury resort in the Baa Atoll, Milaidhoo boasts an extraordinary escape for relaxation, renewal and adventure. The tiny beautiful island has soft, white sand beaches and crystal clear water. Designed for couples seeking peace and privacy, we find it perfect for a couple of any age looking for nothing but personalized, custom service while sipping on a cold beverage on the expansive terrace of their villa.

HOTEL NAME Milaidhoo Island, Maldives
WHICH ROOM Water Pool Villa
PERKS
Island Host who’s definition of “wake-up call” is a gentle tap on the door with a fresh pot of coffee (swoon!) Bed and en-suite bathroom with views overlooking the ocean
Personal, freshwater infinity pool Private airport lounge upon arrival

Must-do’s:

  • Take a trip to a local island or to your own private deserted sandbank
  • Stand up paddle board at sunset
  • Visit the Hanifaru Bay, where the world’s largest grouping of manta rays can be seen.
  • Dive and explore the stunning house reef

How to get there:

  • Most carriers fly to MLE (and then take the private transfer to the hotel ($$))
    • We recommend: Qatar has several options from most major cities and it’s a 5 star airline
    • We also recommend signing up for Scott’s Cheap Flights – they send you alerts with killer airline deals

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  Our recommendation:
  • Spend a week or more in this tranquil paradise. You might think of never going back home after staying a week on this heaven on earth. We recommend a minimum of 5 days to make the time and expense of getting there worth it.

Must-do’s:

  • Take a trip to a local island or to your own private deserted sandbank
  • Stand up paddle board at sunset
  • Visit the Hanifaru Bay, where the world’s largest grouping of manta rays can be seen.
    -Dive and explore the spectacular house reef

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