With private villas suspended over striking blue waters, bleached white beaches and spectacular sunsets dipping into the horizon, the scenic beauty of the Maldives is something to behold. Located between the Arabian and Laccadive seas, it’s also about as isolated as you can get. 

Azure Ocean Blues,
An Island Paradise

The Maldives atolls stretch across the equator from Ihavandhippolhu in the north to Addu in the south, making it the world’s most geographically dispersed sovereign state as well as the smallest Asian country. The Maldivian archipelago’s islands are only around 1,5m above sea level, being low, flat and impossibly beautiful with their white coral sands and lush green interiors offset against the crystal-clear and stunningly blue waters of the Arabian Sea. Around the islands the sea is shallow, offering exceptional snorkelling and diving opportunities as well as a range of water sports and water-based activities.

Located in the Indian Ocean’s Arabian Sea 700km south-west of Sri Lanka and India, the Maldives is an archipelago of 26 coral atolls that have given rise to 1194 islands.  Accessed by boat or air with most small planes landing on the water, the Maldives is renowned the world over for its exceptional island resorts, warm hospitality and natural beauty, Its islands represent the embodiment of paradise and offer a Robinson Crusoe-like adventure that’s the ultimate in barefoot luxury. 






Maldivian Rufiyaa


Dhivehi, English


298 sq km


Between November and April outside of the monsoon season.

At a Glance

Experience the Maldives

Home to numerous ecosystems including 187 species of coral reef and thousands of colourful fish, sea turtles, whales and dolphins visible around you as you swim, the Maldives experience resembles stepping into an untouched world. Private villas sit suspended over striking blue waters, bleached white beaches inviting the sunseeker, and spectacular sunsets that dip into the horizon to mark the end of each perfect day. The scenic beauty of the Maldives is something to behold. Unwind at one of the island spas, laze in a hammock at your over-water villa, and all visitors should certainly spend a day exploring the Maldivian capital of Malé. 


The Beautiful Life

An idyllic paradise, the Maldives are home to some of the finest beaches and dive sites in the world. A chain of 1192 small coral islands and sandbanks, of which some 200 are inhabited, grouped in clusters or atolls. The Maldives are formed by twenty natural atolls, along with a few islands and isolated reefs which form a pattern that stretches from 7 degrees 10 North to 0 degrees 45 South. The largest of these atolls is Boduthiladhunmathi, while the atoll containing the most islands is known as Huvadhu. 

Find your perfect stay

Experience the epitome of luxury in one of our hand-selected and personally vetted stays. A quarter of the islands are private resort islands, most intimate enough to be home to just one hotel, meaning you might just have the whole island to yourself in true castaway fantasy style.

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