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The Kuredu Island Resort occupies this gem of the ocean, just one of the paradise isles that make up the island nation of the Maldives...
Kuredu holidays begin as you soar over the jewel-like ocean on a seaplane. Flights from the UK arrive into Male International Airport (MLE), in the capital of Male, following a flight time of around 10 hours. The transfer by seaplane takes 35 minutes.
As the Lhaviyani atoll comes into view, you can spot the lovely island of Kuredu, the lush palm-tree-filled interior fringed by soft white sands.
The small island, which features just one resort, has a choice of restaurants and bars; there's a spa and even a golf course – it takes only an hour to circle Kuredu on foot.
Kuredu also features a well-equipped dive centre, which is just as well as the diving opportunities here are plentiful among the beautiful coral reefs. If you're not prepared to don a wetsuit and tank, you can still get an eyeful of the rainbow of colours under the water with a snorkel and mask. Look out for turtles and rays among the kaleidoscope of tropical fish.
The island of Kuredu is suitable for all kinds of holidaymakers. Honeymooning couples love the peace and quiet here, plus the chance to soak away the stresses of organising a wedding. Anyone looking for things to do, besides chilling out by the water, will find just enough activities on lovely Kuredu. There are also opportunities to enjoy trips off the island.
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Holidays in Kuredu can be booked throughout the year, though the driest months of January-March are the most popular times to visit...
The daily average temperature rarely veers away from 30C in Kuredu. The main element that varies is the rain, with the most rainfall arriving on the island between September and December – plus a rainy peak in May. January, February and March are the driest months.
A Kuredu holiday comes with plenty to see, do and enjoy, though you can be as active or as idle as you please...
Full Moon parties; throughout the year: Don't expect the riotous gatherings of Thai full moon parties on peaceful Kuredu. Guests are invited to the beach under the light of the full moon to enjoy music and drinks around the warmth of fires.
Turtle hatching; throughout the year: If you're lucky during your holidays in Kuredu, you might catch the enthralling sight of baby turtles hatching from their eggs on the beach. See the tiny creatures take their first steps in the sand and capture an unforgettable moment.
Cookery classes; daily: If the rain is falling, join an activity on Kuredu Island Resort. A popular choice is a cookery class, so you can take home some of the flavours of this island.
You can lie on the beach or hit the gym in Kuredu… plus everything in between...
Kids and teens: Snorkelling is very popular in Kuredu. The shallow bays and clear waters make it a great place for beginners or children and there’s a wonderful world of marine life waiting to be seen beneath the gentle waves.
Active types: If you want to stay on dry land but would like to be active, Kuredu has a football pitch, a tennis court, a volleyball court and a gym.
Nightlife: Bring your dancing shoes (and your best white disco outfit)! Every Friday night is “white night party” at the Babuna Bar.