Ihuru Island

Maldives | Indian Ocean & Africa

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Surrounded by the unspoiled natural beauty of the Maldives, Angsana Resort & Spa Maldives Ihuru seduces its guests with the hedonistic pleasures of a spa retreat and the promise of halcyon days in the sumptuous comfort of your own villa. Encircled by a shallow lagoon, Ihuru, with its pristine reef teeming with Technicolor corals and diverse marine life, palm-fringed beach and crystalline waters, is one of the most photographed Maldivian islands.

USD 450 to 660 per night per villa on a full-board basis.

The Maldives are the best-kept secret of the Indian Ocean, a 'paradise lost' waiting to be rediscovered. Its 26 atolls and 1,190 sun-kissed islands south of Sri Lanka are nothing short of a natural wonder.

Dotted along the circumference of Ihuru are 45 captivating villas with thatched roofs, private gardens and verandas with dining and lounging areas. Taking an inspirational approach to resort living, Angsana Maldives Ihuru combines a minimalist modern design with vivid interiors of lime green, tangerine and yellow, presenting you with a contemporary image that surprises and reawakens your senses. Although modern facilities are provided in the villas, the utmost care is taken to ensure the resort remains environmentally friendly.

At the Riveli (which means 'beam of light' in Maldivian), you'll be intrigued by the marriage of Asian, Mediterranean and Maldivian flavours. Indulge in the smorgasbord buffets and set dinners while feasting your eyes on the breathtaking view. You could sit right next to the turquoise waters on the wooden deck, gaze at the radiant sky as it changes hue with the rising and setting of the sun, while salt-tinged breezes waft from the sea.

Ihuru has one of the best reefs in the country, so, naturally, snorkelling and scuba diving are a must. Windsurfing, sailing catamarans, parasailing, canoeing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, and much more.

Best time to travel
If you are looking for a few extra hours of sunshine then you should visit the Maldives between December and April, which is the dry season. It is still warm between May and November, but the skies can be cloudy, humidity is higher and rain is more likely. The transition months of November and April are said to be associated with increased water clarity and thus better visibility for divers.

Getting there
Occupying the island of Ihuru in the North Malé Atoll, Angsana Maldives Ihuru lies in secluded luxury, yet is only 20 minutes by speedboat from the airport at Malé, the capital city.

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