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12 of the best private islands to rent around the world

12 of the best private islands to rent around the world

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Hurawalhi Island Resort


Endlessly luxurious, the Hurawalhi Island Resort is in a league of its own. Set at the heart of the Maldives, it boasts one of the world's few underwater restaurants, just one of the many reasons why this island paradise is a must-visit.

Rates: Prices start from $150,000 per night in the low season (minimum stay of seven nights).

While you're there: Those in need of a little TLC can work up a sweat at the fully-equipped gym before heading to the Duniye Spa for a yoga class and an award-winning treatment.

Spend your days diving or snorkelling with some of the Indian Ocean's most extraordinary wildlife — you can hope to see manta rays, turtles, sharks, lionfish and a myriad of other reef dwellers. Keen divers can even try wreck dives and go on deep diving excursions. Learn more about your discoveries at the Hurawalhi Marine Biology Centre, where guests can get an insight into the island's research and conservation work.

The resort can organise a huge variety of bespoke excursions to suit your tastes and some of the most popular include fishing trips, sailing across the Lhaviyani Atoll and an adventure over to the Dream Island for the utmost in privacy and romance.

Getting there: Hurawalhi is a 40 minute flight by seaplane from Malé International Airport — superyachts can anchor off Malé island and transfer to Hurawalhi.

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