8. Four Seasons Maldives Private Island at Voavah, Baa Atoll
The world’s first private island retreat, Voavah, is a seven-bedroom exclusive-use residence with its own UNESCO marine territory and the luxury yacht named Voavah Summer.
This incredible resort is a next-level luxury reserved for the ultra-wealthy – a truly private paradise with a Beach House (with gym, library and guest kitchen), PADI 5-Star Dive Centre, spa, playground and party hideout.
However, if you want this level of luxury it will cost you an eye-watering $56,120 per night.
7. Soneva Jani – Noonu Atoll
The Soneva team were the first to bring overwater villas to The Maldives. Soneva Jani is their third Maldives resort and consists of five separate islets, the largest island with 24 overwater villas (the largest holding up to ten people).
All villas are built from wood sourced from sustainable plantations with fun features such as ladders and slides into the sea, portholes in floors to watch the Indian Ocean marina life and retractable ceilings above beds.
The resort also has amazing experiences such as The Maldives’ first overwater silent cinema named “Cinema Paradiso” where films can be watched outside from loungers with Bluetooth headphones.