Whoever said money can’t buy happiness probably did not know about this private island in the Maldives. If you are a group of 50 people, you and your loved ones can enjoy a night in your own private slice of paradise, for just $700 (INR 52,872.05) per person. By Amitha Ameen

 

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Coronavirus has changed the way we travel or look at travel, especially with mandatory face masks, temperature checks, social distancing, and countless other precautionary measures in place. Just when we started to question the future of our travel plans, this luxurious private island in the Maldives, Naladhu Private Island, is offering a unique proposition for those interested.

If you have 50 guests who are willing to stay for a minimum of three nights (who wouldn’t?), then all you need to do is split the bill, originally at $35,000 a night, equally.

 

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For $700 (INR 52,872.05) per night per person, you can now stay at a private island in the Maldives fully equipped with world-class restaurants, luxury spa, unspoiled greenery, pristine beaches, private pools, and a 24-hour private butler.

 

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You and your loved ones can enjoy staying in the 20 private houses on the edge of a lagoon in South Male Atoll. This is coming at the perfect time when travellers everywhere are wary and wondering about the safety and security of stepping out and embarking on their journeys.

 

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But that’s not all, Naladhu Private Island in the Maldives is going a step further by offering personalised menus with gourmet options and day cruises to sister islands on a private luxury yacht along with other fun activities like island hopping and adrenaline-packed water activities like surfing, snorkelling and more.

Related: #StepAhead: the Maldives Is Planning To Reopen For Tourists Starting July 2020