Maldives Holiday Island Resort- Have a Stunning Holiday at this Stunning Resort

Are you longing to move away from the hustles bustles of city? Do you want to go to a marooned island where beach, tranquility & scenic beauty will be your partners in crime? Do you want to wake up to the tune of dancing white sand dunes and picturesque locale? If you nod your head for all the above questions, than take your baggage and get set to go to the Maldives island holiday resort.


Maldives Holiday Island Resort is an idyllic island resort located on the edge of beautiful cocooned island called as South Ari Atoll. You can reach this island resort within 35 minutes if you come by seaplane. However, it will take almost triple the time if you come from Male international airport.

There is also a speed boat facility, which will take you almost 150 minutes to reach the holiday island. Once you reach the island resort, you will be mesmerized by its soft white sandy beaches, coconut trees and beautiful lagoons. You have to see it to believe it. The island resort is rightly called as “tropical paradise”. I’m sure you would agree too once you see it.


The island resort has 142 super deluxe bungalow rooms in total. All the rooms will give you an amazing view of the white sandy beaches and turquoise lagoon. The resort boasts of up scale modern amenities that remain unmatched as far as other Maldives resorts are concerned.

In addition, the island resort also has extremely professional staff and they would stand on one foot to cater to all your needs till the time you actually leave the resort.  Island resort also has a specialty restaurant and 24-hour coffee shop which will stimulate your taste buds, for your entire stay period in the resort.

Add on/leisure activities:

Holiday island resort will keep you on your toes with their wide array of recreational facilities such as water sports, fishing, tennis court, volley ball, badminton, billiards, table tennis and gym etc.

No wonder Maldives Holiday Island Resort is locally called as “Dhiffushi—the long uninhabited island”. The resort truly stands true to its local name, though the only missing word in it would be “stunning”.