Lyndsey Discovers Paradise at Kuramathi Island Resort


Let Lyndsey take you with her on an explorative journey to Kuramathi Island Resort in the Maldives. 

Kuramathi Island Resort is just one of those Maldivian hotels you see the celebs sunning themselves at all over Instagram. 

Well, our intrepid traveller Lyndsey touched down at Kurumathi Island recently, so let her tell you what all the fuss is about. 

In her own words…

I eagerly anticipated my first escape to the Maldives, and it certainly lived up to the hype. In fact, it far surpassed all expectations

Set on a picturesque lagoon, Kuramathi Island Resort offers an array of diverse beauty; powder-soft white sandslush tropical gardens, and miles of cobalt blue waters, encapsulating all that is wonderful about the Maldives.

I was continually fascinated with the variety and quality of mouth-watering food that was available. All these little pieces came together to mould a totally magical holiday.


Fast Facts

• Kick off your shoes, step onto the white sand, palm-fringed beaches and embrace the barefoot lifestyle.
• Stay in a Water Villa with Jacuzzi. I could’ve stayed on the deck forever. They’re incredible and so worth every penny.
• If there’s no water under your villa, there’s a significant tide round the island. It’ll be back in moments.
• You can order almost every wine from the wine list on the all-inclusive package.
• Bask in the welcoming, friendly service the Maldives is synonymous with.
• The all-inclusive package is extremely cost effective, the average meal prices are $25 starter and $50 main.
• Learn to navigate diverse coral reefs and fulfil your Maldivian adventure with manta rays, and sharks.
• Cool off in your choice of two oceanfront infinity pools.


Top Tips

• Stroll around the island and follow the nature trails. Keep your eyes peeled for the 300-year-old Banyan Tree.
• Order another bottle of wine before leaving the restaurant to take back to the room and save dollar on mini bars.
• Watch the sunset colours ignite the skies with a cocktail at Laguna bar. No explanation needed.
• Make a beeline for the eco-centre, learn about local marine life and see a real sperm whale skeleton.
• You must try local ice cream made on the island from the native Screw Pine tree. Delicious.
• Use a torch at night. The paths are lit, but in dense tree spots it can be quite dark. Keep your eyes peeled for small wildlife.
• Head to Inguru for lunch. Savour a 3-course lunch and a bottle of wine overlooking the endless azure.

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