Imagine retreating to a remote, natural wilderness where no one is watching and anything is possible. On Voavah, exotic jungle greenery is surrounded by immaculate, white beaches and crystal-clear water – and it’s all here for you. Their seven-bedroom, private-island Maldives resort is the world’s first exclusive-use UNESCO hideaway. Featuring a Beach House, PADI 5-Star Dive Centre, pearly-white powdered beaches, vibrant reef, water sports, pools and private spa.
This 5-acre private retreat is offered with the exclusive luxury yacht, Voavah Summer. Get onboard and explore your territory in complete harmony and privacy. All in a dazzling and undisturbed UNESCO reserved domain. Swim with reef sharks, tropical fish and friendly neighborhood sea turtles at protected Baathala to the north. Dive with mantas at the world-renowned Hanifaru Bay on the south. Get social at Four Seasons Resort Landaa Giraavaru, just 20 minutes away. Head east for a secluded sandbank session, or float west into a blissful oblivion – and a breathtaking Baa Atoll sunset.
Let it be your place to retreat, explore, connect or celebrate however you’d like. Go ahead, pinch yourself – this isn’t a dream. This is paradise.
Just steps from the powder sands, the Three-Bedroom Beach Villa at Voavah is a sight to behold. With a massive sunbathing pool, al fresco living room and Master Suite with ocean views on three sides, the vast beach-chic interiors ooze effortless style and an undeniable at-home vibe. The Master Suite has an attached study/children’s room, while the two further bedrooms are each housed in their own separate pavilion.
Stilted above the fish-filled lagoon, the Two-Bedroom Water Villa at Voavah features a master bedroom with attached study/children’s room and a further separate king-sized bedroom pavilion. The air-con living room opens onto an al fresco living deck with loungers and hammocks, with steps leading down into some of the clearest waters you’ve ever seen…
The most elevated position on the island, the two Mezzanine Suites at Voavah overlook the vast beach, turquoise lagoon and Biosphere Reserve beyond. Located on the upper floor of the Beach House, outdoor sea-view showers, panoramic balconies, Bunk Room and central Loft Lounge combine for the height of residential chic.
At Four Seasons Voavah Private Island,We can, you can… or perhaps the kids can? (Don’t worry – the washing up will always fall to us!) create stunning dishes of your own accord. Everything from wok creations and tempting tandoors to pizza specialties and bespoke BBQs, served and enjoyed from your preferred island dining venue: the Beach House, poolside, sandbank-stranded, or a shoreline picnic. Think cocktails in the kitchen and sundowners and sashimi (hand-caught to order) onboard your yacht. Or maybe don’t even think at all, and let them surprise you! The chefs will happily propose a daily dining schedule for your review and comments prior to your arrival, according to your taste. Venture beyond Voavah to spice up your dining experience: Sunset cocktails and catch your own sashimi onboard your yacht, moonlight sandbank dinners, castaway picnic lunches, pop-Up sheesha bar on an uninhabited island, Landaa Giraavaru for Arabic, Italian, Teppanyaki and more… Or just about anything else you can think of!
The best thing about booking your own private island getaway in the Maldives is, there is no itinerary here! Staff on Four Seasons Vovah will go out of their way to ensure you can dive, have childcare, eat, drink however and whenever. This is a truly amazing Maldives Experience, with the complete Four Seasons’ exceptional quality.
Outstanding digs isn’t the only advantage of booking the island. While all water sports (jet skiing, kite surfing, and even X-Jetblades) are included, the real prize is the 62-foot yacht that comes with it.At just a little over $1,800 per person, per night, (*at rate Maximum pax: 22) you have an entire island all to yourselves at a rate not too far off from resort costs. But even if you decide to book it with fewer guests, can you really put an amount on absolute privacy and discretion?