With just a four-hour flight connecting The Maldives with the UAE, many residents opt for an opulent getaway to the paradisical gathering of islands.
There are myriad luxurious resorts situated on the islands – each with its own beautiful scenery, facilities and private island. Some are accessible by boat, but others require access via seaplane.
Niyama Private Islands require access via plane – but once you get there, it’s well worth the trip.
There’s a ‘play’ island and a ‘chill’ island
One island for relaxation, and one to explore around – what more could you want?
The relaxation island is home to a serene spa, gorgeous pool facilities, and easygoing cafes.
The play island is where the more lively activities happen – including all the adventure, the restaurants and the best snorkelling.
Plus, visitors can ride their bikes between the venues – and all over the island!
It will seriously up your Instagram game
Every part of the Maldives is just as photogenic as it seems – with rainbow-smeared sunsets, crystal-clear waters, rich green foliage and vibrant white sand.
And every angle of Niyama will work for your #InstaGame.
There’s an actual under-water posh restaurant
I mean, does it even get more lush than that!?
Celebs love to stay here
Robin Thicke was there a few weeks ago, and even more recently, world-famous pro surfer, Mick Fanning headed to the islands to catch some waves.
If it’s good enough for them…
You can even participate in a coral adoption project – and help contribute to the Maldives reef!
And for snokelling and scuba diving – is there anywhere better than the Maldives?!
Niyama is basically an adults’ wonderland – with everything you could ever want
There’s water-sports, there’s adventure, great food, relaxation, nature, beautiful scenery and marine life!
You can even have dinner in a TREEHOUSE (called Nest)
#TravelGoals right here
You can get there with flydubai, on the four-hour flight. Check out the website.