Per Aquum Niyama, South Nilandhe (Dhaalu) Atoll The Maldives, Central Islands
Per Aquum Niyama is set up over two beautiful white sand islands, one called “Play” and one called “Chill”. As the name suggests, these islands have two distinct vibes: Play is all about water sports, adventure and family-friendly activities. Chill is all about spa treatments, private tranquility and wonderful dining. Come to Per Aquum Niyama by seaplane and expect fabulous tribal food, a unique underwater spa, innovative design and a trendsetting vibe.
Villas and suites are modern, spacious, bright and trendy with chic red colour accents, state-of-the-art technology and luxurious facilities. The entry-level Beach Studios have private decks, open airbathrooms, king-sized beds and personal butler service. If a private pool is a priority, opt for a spacious Beach or Water Studio with Pool instead. There are one, two and three bedroom beach, water and ocean pavilions for larger groups and families, and all of them are exquisite.
Famous for its delicious cuisine, Per Aquum Niyamahas nine restaurants, all of which offer really cool dining experiences you won’t forget in a hurry: a twelve-foot high treehouse bar, a tribal restaurant with cutting edge African cuisine, an ocean restaurant accessible only by boat, and an underwater playground, just to name a few. Asian, Mediterranean, international, delicatessen and plenty more is available to guests, and some packages include half board: chat to Experience Travel Group to learn more.
There’s a great water sports centre for all manner of water-based activities and plenty of tours available for adults and kids. This is a stunning property with great service (certainly well beyond the standards of a typical five-star establishment), friendly staff, absolute privacy and exquisite design. Come here for a completely unique Maldivian experience.
Luxury - Luxury hotels would have a superb level of service, very comfortable and usually spacious bedrooms, excellent food, great design and character. For us, when we visited, these places all had the 'wow factor'. A luxury hotel should satisfy the criteria of the most discerning clients.
Well, two nights wasn't enough! The island was wonderful and a great introduction to the Maldives