Jumeirah Dhevanafushi

Maldives | Indian Ocean & Africa

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A modernist Maldives refuge - created for life’s tranquil pleasures

Ensconced within the glittering waters of the Indian Ocean, Jumeirah Dhevanafushi is a modernist masterpiece - a chic retreat set amongst the stunning surroundings of the Maldives Republic. Offering the same level of service as the seven-star Burj al Arab in Dubai, Jumeirah Dhevanafushi is truly an island resort with a difference.

Location
If you’re looking for a place to truly get away from it all, you can’t go wrong with Jumeirah Dhevanafushi. Set amongst the southern-most tip of the Maldives Republic, some 400 km from Male International Airport, this extra special resort promises some of the most remote luxury Planet Earth has to offer.

Rates
Prices typically start from around USD 2,000 based on two people sharing the Beach Revive Villa during the High Season. Please contact a member of the Vladi Island Travel Team for more details, including Early Bird Promotions, Honeymoon Packages and Island Buy-Out Offers.

Accommodation
Stretched across two separate islands, the accommodation on Jumeirah Dhevanafushi comprises of an array of ultra-modern beach villas on the “mainland” and a cluster of chic over-water villas on a satellite island nearby. Take your pick from 13 Beach Revive Villas (max. occupancy 3 adults / 2 adults + 1 child), 5 Beach Island Revive Villas (max. occupancy 3 adults / 2 adults + 1 child), 3 Beach Sanctuaries (max. occupancy 4 adults and 2 children), 14 Ocean Revive Sunrise Villas (max. occupancy 3 adults / 2 adults + 1 child) or our personal favourite: the 2 Ocean Sanctuaries (max. occupancy 6 adults / 3 adults + 3 children). Spread across 340 sq. m. of palatial interiors and privy to the most spectactular sunsets the Maldives have to offer, it’s a seriously special destination.  
A top-tip for any newliweds: the Beach Island Revive is home to an (almost-)Olympic sized bath and an oversized bedroom with the largest royal bed in the Maldives – a 3 x 2 metre honeymoon retreat! With so much luxury on offer, you may find it hard to leave the comfort of your villa!

Dining
Jumeirah Dhevanafushi serves up a sense-stimulating feast with truly exceptional culinary experiences. Indulge in a tantalising medley of exotic flavour and spices at the island’s four fabulous restaurants: Mumayaz, Khibar, Johara and Azara.
Dining by Design – a fully-personalized concept which sees guests select their own menu and unique dining location, is also an option.

Activities
Adventure and relaxation collide at Jumeriah Dhevanafushi resort. With some of the world’s most magnificent underwater scenery at your doorstop, there’s no danger of getting bored at this chic retreat. Explore the Indian Ocean from above and below with guided snorkeling and diving expeditions or take to the waves and embark on an exhilarating watersports adventure. Whether catamaran sailing, wake boarding, water skiing or windsurfing, adrenaline junkies will certainly get their fun fix at this private island paradise.
And if all that high-octane excitement leaves you in desperate need of some R+R, simply head down to the Talise Spa and enjoy an indulgent treatment or two at the hands of the island’s expert spa therapists – all of whom are trained to take care of your every need.

How to Get There
Located towards the southern tip of the Maldives Republic, Jumeriah Dhevanafushi is one of the most remote island escapes in the Indian Ocean. Upon landing at Malé International Airport, guests will have to transfer to the domestic airport and check in for a local flight, which will then be followed by a speedboat transfer. Door-to-door, it’s a three-hour trip. Don’t let that put you off, however – we can assure you that this enchanting island resort is well worth the wait.
 
Best Time to Travel
The Maldives boasts a fantastic climate throughout the year, meaning you’re free to enjoy this unforgettable island escape all year round.

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