The Maldives, a wonder of nature with pristine blue waters, clear blue skies and the warm tropical temperature, is a hit with tourists and travellers from all over the world.
However, when the coronavirus spread around the world, one of the countries that suffered the most was this island nation, which relies on tourism and suffered greatly. However, as things are getting back on track, Maldives is now open for tourism and taking note of all the covid-19 rules to follow, I planned my visit to this beautiful nation.
The Maldives now requires a covid-19 test report to be completed 96 hours before landing and, during my second anniversary week, I planned my visit here by checking travel updates every few hours.
When D-day arrived for which I had booked my flight, covid19 tests taken, and the place to stay is booked, I was excited as a year of not traveling soon ended. As a frequent traveler, yes, this is what I expected, and from the moment I left my house, it was an exhilarating feeling.
During my visit to the Maldives, I had planned my stay in Kuramathi Maldives.
Located in Rasdhoo Atoll, a small part of North Ari Atoll, Kuramathi Maldives is a luxury resort that offers a natural Maldivian holiday experience with unique twists for everyone. Kuramathi features a range of villas, numerous dining experiences and diverse facilities.
Kuramathi Maldives is about 56 km from Male International Airport and this island is about 1.8 km long. The island has a lot of virgin vegetation and much of the island remains untouched and is a perfect place for guests to stroll around.
Kuramathi Maldives resort is exquisite with beach and water villas. The guest villa has several different styles and guests have a wide range of options. All villas at Kuramathi have a king size bed, attached bathroom, shower, hot and cold water, air conditioning, fan, hairdryer, bath and beach towels, bathrobes, toiletries, minibar, in-room safe, IDD telephone, coffee/tea making facilities, flat screen cable TV and verandas with sun loungers.
You can choose villas here from the options like Beach Villa, Beach Bungalow, Superior Beach Villa, Deluxe Beach Villa, Two Bedroom Beach House, Water Villa, Deluxe Water Villa, Water Villa with Pool, Pool Villa, Thundi Water Villa with Pool and Honeymoon Pool Villa.
Kuramathi Island is a large but luxurious island, it is ideal for diving, it has a long stretch of a sandbank that guests can explore. The diving here would be amazing as this place includes the world famous hammerhead shark spot. The Kuramathi Maldives is an environmentally friendly resort with numerous nature appreciation programs and has won international environmental awards.
For guests using the seaplane service, the resort has a seaplane lounge where guests can relax before boarding the seaplane, the lounge offers complimentary snacks and drinks and comes with Wi-Fi access.
Kuramathi Maldives has 3 main restaurants, 9 a la carte restaurants, fully equipped, a floodlit tennis pool, 3 swimming pools, pool bar, table tennis, fuss ball, darts. The resort also has activities such as deep sea fishing, diving safari, sunset cruise, local island visit, island hopping, parasailing, glass bottom boat, here you can take instruction under qualified multilingual instructors, a wide range of underwater adventure, PADI and SSI certified trainers.
The Kuramathi Maldives, has Aqua Sports, Bageecha Kids Club, Eco-Centre, Spa for guests to enjoy their stay. They also offer recreational facilities for water sports, excursions, sports center. They also have a dive center with dive programs, courses and amazing dive sites.
During my visit to Maldives, I planned my holiday here and it was an amazing experience.
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