Dhigali brings a modern design to a wonderfully remote part of the Maldives.
One of the Maldives's newer resorts, Dhigali sits in the remote Raa Atoll. It can be reached by a short domestic flight and boat ride from Malé airport, but we recommend a scenic seaplane journey of just 45 minutes. Excellent hospitality and cool modern design features are highlights here, but in this less-developed atoll you can also gain a real sense of local culture.
There’s a house reef in swimming distance and a lagoon for watersports, plus a stunning sandbank at the tip of the island. Dining is innovative and authentic, with the style and atmosphere of each restaurant reflecting the cuisine. There’s a particular focus on fresh Asian flavours, including at the signature restaurant, Battuta, which serves dishes from North Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Capers is the main restaurant, and there's also the Café, all-day dining at Jade, and freshly grilled meats and fish at Faru. At sunset, make your way to the upper level of Haali (the sunset bar) with a cocktail in hand.
Rooms have a clean-lined and neutral décor, with warm tones of browns and creams, modern furnishings and plush natural fabrics. The vast choice here includes Beach Bungalows that are just steps from the shore, Beach Villas with Pool, overwater Water Villas that sit on stilts close to the colourful house reef, and Lagoon Villas with Pool that have views across the calm lagoon.
One of the few developed resorts in the Raa Atoll
Good to know
Minimum age 12 in overwater rooms. Minimum stays apply.
180 bungalows, villas and suites
• Discover nearby snorkelling sites including Hanifaru Bay (June to November)* • Visit a local island*.
4 restaurants, café, 2 bars
Half Board (until 10 January 2020) • Breakfast and dinner at Capers Breakfast (from 11 January 2020) at Capers.
Meal upgrade options (per person per night)
Half Board (from 11 January 2020) from £58 • Breakfast and dinner at Capers
Full Board from £91 • Breakfast and dinner at Capers • Lunch at Jade or Faru
Dine Around All Inclusive from £165 • Breakfast at Capers • Lunch at Jade or Faru • Dinner at any open restaurant • Selected drinks including selected wines, beer, spirits, soft drinks, juices and water. From 01 November 2020, Dhigali will become an all-inclusive resort.
Upgrade to a Deluxe Beach Bungalow from an extra £249 per person
Selected dates in May & June 2021
Deluxe Beach Bungalow
Includes a guranteed room upgrade from a Beach Bungalow and meal upgrade from room & breakfast
Selected dates in May 2020
*Denotes local charge