Warm and sophisticated, Amaya’s teakwood floors and private plunge pools create the perfect tropical sanctuary. Spacious rooms with modern fixtures lead out onto waterfront sundecks with expansive views that stretch out over the sea. Beach villas with private garden courtyards and cascading rain showers include plush day beds for lounging and connecting with the sounds of nature. Guests can enjoy in-villa dining or venture out to any of the islands other dining venues. Restaurants on the island serve a variety of international and local cuisines that includes Sri Lankan and Middle Eastern specialities. These venues also host movie nights and cultural shows as dinner entertainment. For something a little more intimate, destination dining can be arranged on a traditional Dhoni or a secluded stretch of beach.
Excursions include sunset fishing for a fresh catch that can be expertly prepared by one of the resort chefs for an evening meal. In addition to a relaxing champagne cruise, daytime outings can include whale shark snorkelling or watching dolphins play in their natural environment. On land entertainment includes three course menu cooking classes with a professional chef. Private movie viewings under the stars can be arranged complete with drinks and snacks. Secluded in an open air courtyard is the Amaya Spa. Staffed with highly trained and knowledgeable massage therapists, they use natural products and beauty treatments to relax the body and pamper the skin. As part of their signature treatments, the spa menu incorporates Sri Lankan healing rituals using wraps and scrubs combined with stress releasing Balinese, Mandara or warm stone massages.
To complete the Maldivian experience, Amaya offers island hopping excursions around the atoll. Guests can sunbathe on uninhabited islands, swim with schools of tropical fish or immerse themselves in local culture while browsing for artfully made handicrafts and mingling with the locals.