Set in Rasdhoo Atoll, on one of 5 islands located in this tiny archipelago, Kuramathi offers a naturally Maldivian holiday experience, with unique twists to suit everyone. Whether you are one half of a couple on a romantic getaway or part of a big family seeking to enjoy quality time together, whether you prefer undersea activities to overwater, whether you would rather indulge in sensual spa therapies than play a game of outdoor tennis, there is literally something for everyone. Come to Kuramathi and discover the Maldives at its best.
Kuramathi is located 56 kilometres west of the Male’ International Airport. The island is over 1.8km long, with acres of luxuriant vegetation surrounded by spectacular beaches tapering into an endless sandbank. Guest villas are scattered around lush gardens, facing secluded areas of long beaches or poised over water, and some feature additional luxuries such as outdoor jacuzzis or private pools.
Airport Hosts will greet you on arrival, check you in for your seaplane and escort you to the terminal which features a dedicated Kuramathi Lounge for you to relax in whilst you wait for your flight. Refreshments and complimentary internet access are offered here. Soon you will embark on your 20 minute seaplane flight that offers an unforgettable bird’s eye view of the stunning atolls below.
The award-winning Eco Centre at Kuramathi is the hub of all our corporate social responsibility efforts. We strive to protect our environment, offer enriched experiences to our guests and maintain eco-friendly approaches within our operations. Visit one such initiative: our Hydroponic Garden, which grows salads for the resort’s use. The Eco Centre is led by the Resident Marine Biologist who plays a key role in ensuring that guests are aware of proper snorkelling etiquette. The Eco Centre also offers guided snorkelling safaris and provide detailed insight into the magnificent underwater world through visual presentations. A key specimen on display is a sperm whale skeleton. The Eco Centre is also involved in various external conservation projects and works with a local school to promote environmental awareness and initiatives.