Dhaalu Atoll,
Dhaalu Atoll,

Neighbourhood: Huluwalu


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PER AQUUM Niyama's latest addition to their award winning portfolio. This exceptional resort offers a plethora of options to get guests active and incite a sense of discovery, stimulation and fun. This exciting new concept, is of course paired with the natural beauty and tranquility of the Maldives so those who just want to sit back, chill out and relax can do so in style. Try the games simulators, enjoy yoga, tai chi or zumba.

Kick up your heals at Subsix, the world's first underwater music club, dine at Edge, Tribal or Epicure or simply relax and watch the sunset from Farenheit rooftop bar. The extensive LIME Spa with its overwater rooms, relaxation area and tailored treatments is the perfect place to while away a balmy afternoon.

Located in the South Western Atoll of Dhaalu, PER AQUUM Niyama is a 40 minute seaplane flight from Maldives capital Male.

Please note that the property has a mandatory Gala Dinner on December 24, 2017 and December 31, 2017. All charges are to be paid at the property directly. Rates (subject to 23.20% taxes and service charges) are as follows: 

  • December 24, 2017: 
    • USD 350 per adult 
    • Children (2 to 12 years old) pay 50% of the adult rate 
  • December 31, 2017: 
    • USD 550 per adult 
    • Children (2 to 12 years old) pay 50% of the adult rate
  • Dining
  • Gym
  • Pool
  • Spa
  • Wifi


The capital island of the Dhaalu atoll, Kudahuvadhoo, is located at the southern tip of the atoll. With a population of around 1500, the island, Kudahuvadhoo, is equipped with basic infrastructures including good secondary level schools and medical facilities.Hawittas or mysterious mounds, which are believed to be ruins of Buddhist temples, mark the island's landscape. 

Another major landmark of Kudahuvadhoo is an old mosque, which is famous for its craftsmanship. Considered a masterpiece by top archeologists, this mosque is especially well-known for its coral stone carvings and masonry.The island, Ribudhoo is famous for its jewellery and is hence also known by the name - "Jewellers Island". Home to the finest jewelers of the Maldives, gold and silver jewellery of the finest quality is produced here.

According to Maldivian legend, the chief jeweler of the Sultan started this craftsmanship after being exiled to this island for stealing some gold.

The island, Hulhudheli, is located at quite a distance from the other inhabited areas. The island has a population of 750.