For $250,000 a Night, Anyone Can Get a Private Island in the Maldives

The Nautilus Maldives, bird's eye view

In the age of an active pandemic, having an entire island in the Maldives all to yourself sounds like the perfect way to vacation in paradise. If you have the funds, that is. Apparently, buying out a private island is easier than ever before. The Nautilus Maldives is the latest resort to offer a special package that enables guests to exclusively enjoy an entire island.

The Nautilus Maldives and Its Irresistible Offer

The Nautilus Maldives and Its Irresistible Offer
The Nautilus is one of the smallest island resorts in the Maldives, and it is located in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of the Baa Atoll. It offers 26 beach houses, each having an extensive private deck, temperature-controlled infinity pool, and a dedicated team to take care of your needs. Guests can enjoy a number of activities, from world-class dining in pop-up bars to snorkeling, luxury yacht parties, and movies under the stars.

In addition to that, guests at the Nautilus are treated to champagne and gourmet welcome platers upon arrival, as well as sunset cocktails, daily deli-style snacks, and virtually any perk you can expect during a five-star hotel stay. Those who love to stay active have access to scheduled yoga, meditation, and fitness classes, as well as a variety of water sport activities.

Buying a Night in Paradise Is Now Possible

Buying a Night in Paradise Is Now Possible
If you want to enjoy the entire island to yourself, the Nautilus buyout is set at $250,000 per night, but you can split the amount between the people in your group. The idea of this special guest package is to minimize interaction between visitors by including a VIP transfer from Velana International Airport to the Nautilus via seaplane.

So, if you’ve had your eye on a super luxurious trip to the Maldives and you can afford the hefty price tag, now is your chance to make it happen.