- Casual yet sophisticated atmosphere favouring laid-back fun and indulgences
- Extensive wellness offerings including a gym, yoga pavilion and spa
- Dive the best of Raa Atoll with a well-established passionate dive centre
- Explore the extensive museum, with more the 400 ancient relics and murals
Kick off your shoes, let down your hair, and inhale the fresh ocean air on this casual yet classy private island resort in secluded Raa Atoll. Offering a comprehensive all-inclusive concept and 24/7 service, Cora Cora Maldives allows guests to design the vacation of their dreams, indulging in exceptional experiences throughout their stay. This resort pays tribute to its stunning natural surroundings at every turn, delivering a refreshing blend of culture, wellness, and adventure that includes a Museum of Island Heritage and sensational scuba diving throughout Raa Atoll from the experienced and enthusiastic dive centre.
About Cora Cora
Rediscover the joy of life without limits at the exclusive Cora Cora Maldives private island - one of Raa Atoll’s newest resorts. Footloose and fancy-free is the philosophy here, with flip-flops favoured over formal wear and the freedom to indulge at any hour of the day or night. Cora Cora’s highly-skilled team members also help to infuse the island with good-time vibes that can be felt everywhere, from the beaches and bars to the wellness facilities and watersports centre. The resort’s premium all-inclusive concept allows guests to really make the most of their stay, with gourmet meals at restaurants and all the island activities and watersports you can handle.
Nearly a millennia ago, the island on which Cora Cora stands, Raa Maamigili, lay at the bustling heart of one of the world’s most important spice routes, welcoming ships as they crossed between Lebanon in the west and India or Sri Lanka in the east. Cora Cora values this authenticity and delivers a healthy dose of culture alongside its other indulgences. Excavations here have revealed more than 60 artifacts, which the resort has supplemented with fascinating relics from elsewhere in the Maldives, creating a Museum of Island Heritage - the first of its kind in the Maldives.
Explore the resort
Cora Cora’s four restaurants deliver a carefully curated menu of complementary cuisines creating a melting pot of flavours. Feel the energy of an Asian street market, explore the flavours of ancient spice routes, romance the night away in a seductive teppanyaki restaurant, or embrace the glamour of an Italian beach club. And, as night falls, the atmosphere kicks up a notch, with music by DJs or local artists setting the scene for lively nights.
If you’re looking to relax, head to the MOKSHA spa where you can rejuvenate and unwind with Asian-inspired treatments in an over-water spa suite. Guests can also slow down and stretch out with mind-calming yoga sessions in a purpose-built pavilion. Other scheduled activities include meditation, qigong, tai chi, breathwork, sound healing, and more. This resort will also be the first in the Maldives to offer a licensed art gallery and museum, complete with over 400 local artifacts.
In need of something more vigorous? Burn off some energy whenever the urge strikes you in the 24/7 fitness centre, and max out your workout with expert input from a personal trainer. The onsite watersports centre also offers snorkelling on the house reef, as well as stand-up paddleboards, pedalos and kayaks. Windsurfing, jet-skiing, waterskiing, wakeboarding and knee-boarding are all also available.
Diving at Cora Cora
Divers at Cora Cora are cared for by the onsite TGI Maldives dive centre. This PADI 5-Star dive centre is the latest edition to the TGI Maldives family, offering the same exceptional standards of service and unbridled enthusiasm for the ocean. TGI Maldives’ dive centres offer a full range of PADI courses, from Discover Scuba Diving to professional level training. Whether you are about to take your first breath underwater or want to turn your hobby into your job, they have a course for you.
Raa Atoll is a diverse diving area with something for everyone and from Cora Cora resort, guests have access to plenty of spectacular dive sites, with journey times ranging from 20 minutes to 50 minutes by boat. You'll find shallow and protected reefs playing host to hundreds of species of fish and coral and plenty of cool creatures, as well as classic Maldivian diving with fast-paced currents, big fish, and spectacular underwater formations. The atoll plays host to some very exciting marine megafauna, and lucky divers can spot turtles, sharks, and even reef manta rays all year round. Or, if you're up for an adventure, consider a day trip to neighbouring Baa Atoll's most northern sites.
- This resort’s kid’s club offers a range of activities including dancing, yoga, nail painting, hair styling, treasure hunts, beach sports, and nature-focussed sessions.
- Visit the 120-year-old traditional Maldivian house to get a feel for what life would have been like on the island of Maamigili in the 1900s.
- Two ‘temple tanks’ located on the island are thought to be around 900 years old and were once used for bathing and ceremonial purposes.
- The My Coffee cafe and snack bar is open 24/7, ensuring guests are always well-fuelled, no matter what time of day or night.
Diving in Raa Atoll
Manta RaysYear round
Walls & pinnaclesYear round
Soft coralsYear round
Healthy coralsYear round