aaaVeee Nature’s Paradise Island located on Dhoores island in Dhaalu Atoll is the ultimate Nature’s holiday destination in the Maldives. The island has features both above and underwater that make this one of the most beautiful islands in this atoll. Designed and developed using local architectural components, this is the ultimate eco-resort featuring minimalistic designs, incorporating the concept of harmonizing the real Maldivian Nature with all the necessary amenities. The island is a mere 8 hectare jewel located on the northern part of Dhaalu atoll, just 30 minutes seaplane ride from Malé. Unlike most other resorts, aaaVeee Nature’s Paradise features Maldivian style eco-bungalows designed and built with a combination of local materials that blend with her natural environment. Majority of the island has been kept untouched to provide the guest up-close-and-personal the ‘typical’ island paradise that is the Maldives. The thick forest of the island has been virtually untouched through which guests can wander and experience what a real Nature’s paradise in Maldives is like. Relax in one of the unique tree-top relaxing platforms or at the Nature’s discovery decks just above the water. When you feel like being close to Nature’s, come to aaaVeee Nature’s Paradise for a holiday experience that will take your breath away.
In the Maldivian language (Dhivehi), the word “aavee” means, revival. The word is used to reflect something or a concept when it is revived in modern day. The concept used in aaaVeee Nature’s Paradise was developed to bring back the original resort concept that was the trademark of tourism industry when it started in the 70’s.
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Dhoores, Dhaal Atoll, Maldives Maldives 20220 Maldives
These are the cheapest accommodation options available. Similar to the other options, majority of the woodwork features coconut timber. The coconut trees that were removed from the island for construction have been used, making this a very eco-friendly room type. These renewable resources have been obtained from within the island which brings sustainability to new heights. Each room has an outdoor coconut wooden deck with privacy screens. The doors are made to resemble the traditional Maldivian style of wood work and carpentry used in the old days. Similarly, the use of locally made rope and other parts from the coconut trees make this a truly Maldivian room. Even the curtains have been selected with bright colours and materials that were used in local houses more than 30 years ago. The light fittings, sofas and chairs inside the room are all handmade using local timber. Located slightly inside the island, some of these decks provide beautiful views of the beaches. This is also something that is rarely seen in any other resort. The front yard features carefully selected local trees and shrubs, and a relaxing deck. Each room has an outdoor shower where guests can have the full view of the islands’ tree canopy. The outdoor shower area has coconut trees which were deliberately left to avoid them being cut down for construction. Though these rooms are not as spacious as the other two options and located close to each other, maximum privacy is guaranteed by the thick vegetation between the rooms and the fences between decks.
These are individual bungalows designed with a traditional Maldivian architectural style. Coconut timber and other local wood materials used in the construction bring the local Maldivian architecture in its true glory. These rooms are a modernised version of a traditional Maldivian house. The name “Goathi” in local language means a plot of land with a house. Each room has an outdoor private veranda with a local swing, something that is rarely seen in any resort. To ensure maximum privacy, each Goathi has a fence on either side made from coconut thatch. The open air front yard outside the room has a separate resting area with chairs and a table where you can have a private meal, sip a drink or read a book in the full comfort of total privacy. Similarly, the furniture and other elements also resemble true Maldivian architecture. The doors are made to resemble the traditional Maldivian style of wood work and carpentry used in the old days. Similarly, the use of locally made rope and other parts from the coconut trees will make you feel like living in a traditional Maldivian house. Even the curtains have been selected with bright colours and materials that were used in local houses more than 30 years ago. The light fittings, sofas and chairs inside the room are all handmade using local timber. The front yard features carefully selected local trees and shrubs, and a relaxing deck when you feel like staying outdoors. Guests will have full privacy with the fencing between the rooms. Stepping outside your room will instantly make you feel like walking into Maldivian forest.
Two large spacious family rooms are available with a large decking outdoor for the family. These rooms are also connectable if required. This provides the option for large families who want to stay together. With a more contemporary modern style, the rooms’ interiors are more spacious – with an outdoor shower area. The surroundings are fenced with trees to give maximum privacy. These rooms also have a private local swing made from the finest local timber, most of which were from the trees from the island itself. Kotari Kolhu is ideal for those traveling with families or who wants more space inside the room. There is a semi-open air toilet and bath with a spacious space for a whole family to make use of the amenities inside.
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