Kuredu Island Resort

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Found in the beautiful Lhaviyani atoll, Kuredu Island Resort is a wonderful tropical escape that offers a wide range of facilities and activities. Within Kuredu are 3 separate resorts, boasting a unique variety of accommodation options. Guests can choose between O-resort, Sangu Resort and Sulthan Pool Villas.

Of all the facilities on offer at the resort the Duniye Spa offers a wonderfully sensual experience, with professional therapists administering a range of treatments from an extensive menu. It is well worth a visit to further embrace the natural tranquillity island living affords. There are a number of restaurants and bars on the island accommodating the different resorts and serving a variety of delectable cuisine. For those hoping for an active holiday Kuredu boasts both land and water based activities. For ardent golfers there is a driving range and a six hole, par-3 course on the island. The first of its kind in the Maldives, the course has one of the most incredible backdrops for a game. Guests can also enjoy parasailing, water-skiing and floodlit games of tennis.

There are 9 accommodation types scattered across the island, all of which are well-appointed and possess their own distinctive character and charm, ranging from the simpler Bonthi Beach Bungalows to the exclusive Sultan Pool Villas. Of particular note are the Sangu Water Villas, which extend out into the lagoon and boast romantic views.

How to get to Kuredu Island Resort

A 35 minute flight via seaplane from the International Airport.

Activities at Kuredu Island Resort

A wide range of water and land based activities, including parasailing, water skiing, golf, entertainment centre, beach volleyball and PADI diving courses.

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Days
9
Cost Per Person
From $2,820 (Includes international flights from JFK)
Countries
Maldives