- Luxury sustainable resort dedicated to protecting the environment
- Enjoy a sensational wellness retreat at Kuramathi’s lavish spa
- Eco Centre and marine biologist dedicated to conservation and education
- Restaurants and bars that take you on a culinary journey across the globe
Situated in secluded Rasdhoo Atoll, Kuramathi Maldives is a luxury escape offering eco-conscious holiday experiences perfectly tailored to couples, groups of friends and families. Spend your days diving vibrant reefs in search of sharks and rays, lounging on white sand just metres from your luxury villa, or indulging yourself in the lavish spa. And, just when you think it couldn’t possibly get any better after a day of excursions and watersports, you’ll enjoy global flavours in the tempting selection of restaurants and bars.
About Kuramathi Maldives
Kuramathi Maldives in peaceful Rasdhoo Atoll is a luxury Maldivian all-inclusive paradise with a commitment to marine conservation, sustainability and community outreach. Eco-conscious guests will love this five-star escape that combines environmental and social responsibility with indulgent wellness, family-friendly experiences and mesmerising diving. Whether you seek a romantic getaway, or a family vacation with once-in-a-lifetime excursions, Kuramathi has something for you. Unwind in the serene spa, try your hand at exhilarating watersports, or learn all about the underwater world in the Eco Centre.
Kuramathi Island stretches a mile from the infinity pool in the east, to the sensational sandbar in the west, and remains beautifully untouched. Stroll along the deserted beach and shaded jungle paths, or explore the stunning house reef. Kuramathi’s range of luxury beach and overwater villas and numerous restaurants and bars complete the package, while attentive, welcoming Maldivian staff add their own authentic touch. And, with Rasdhoo’s incredible diving close to hand, as well as North Ari’s channels and thilas, your Maldives diving adventure will be one to remember.
Kuramathi’s luxurious range of comfortable, modern beach and overwater villas are never far from the beach or lagoon and include private pool options. The resort’s infinity pool is an ideal sun spot, while two private house reefs invite guests to explore the colourful marine world. A tempting range of restaurants and bars are scattered across the resort, and offer tempting buffets and a la carte menus, along with fine wines, cocktails and beers.
Couples seeking romance will love tailored vow renewal ceremonies and romantic beach dinners, while kids have it all in the Bageecha Kids Club complete with outdoor play area. Kuramathi’s spa is set in the heart of the island amongst lush vegetation with sweeping ocean views as a backdrop. Lavish facilities include a steam bath, sauna, a cool dip pool, Jacuzzi and 13 treatment rooms to perfect your wellness retreat. Those looking for adventure can visit the Aqua Sports and Fun Centre, which offers a wide range of activities including windsurfing, stand-up paddle surfing and kayaking. Guests can also join excursions and island hopping tours.
Diving at Kuramathi Maldives
Rasdhoo Divers has offered exciting yet safe and professional diving since 1994. Their experienced, multilingual dive team provides a friendly service for fun divers, and offer a full range of SSI and PADI courses, as well as Bubblemaker programs for kids. Nitrox is free of charge, and full rental equipment is available - most of which is top quality Scubapro. The dive center also has a resident marine biologist and Eco Centre - where you can learn everything you want to know about marine life. Plus, it’s well-served by the island’s Kuramathi Medical Centre, complete with a hyperbaric chamber - the largest of its kind in the Maldives.
Divers enjoy comfort and convenience with modern, spacious dive boats that reach more than 20 local dive sites within about 15-20 minutes. Join a local Rasdhoo atoll trips, as well as half and full day trips to neighboring North Ari. Opt for single-tank dives, two-tank or three-tank trips, or sign up for a night dive on a 40-metre wreck. You can also explore the gorgeous house reef day or night, and hop on a trip to Hammerhead Point - a must-dive spot offered three times weekly!
Conservation at Kuramathi
The resort’s Eco Centre was established in 1999, and today is led by a team of professionals, including a resident marine biologist and horticulturist. The team provides guests with an enriching experience, ensuring they’re aware of proper snorkelling behaviour, and offering guided snorkelling safaris. They also offer visual presentations on the marine world, as well as kids’ conservation programs from the Bageecha Kids’ Club. Other programs include coral reef research, sea water temperature monitoring, and maintaining a coral nursery.
Community outreach is also a core value, and the resort provides employment opportunities to locals and works very closely with the Environment Club at Rasdhoo School. Staff also give regular presentations for the school children at the Eco Centre on varied subjects, from marine topics, to the protection of the ecosystem.
To enhance sustainability, the resort has a bottling plant providing drinking water in glass bottles instead of plastic. In addition, Kuramathi uses paper straws, refillable containers for guest toiletries, and all plastic waste is collected and sent for recycling. Greywater is treated, purified and reused in the resort’s gardens and flush tanks. Plus, staff use organic waste materials to produce compost for growing plants.
- Visit the Eco Centre where the in-house marine biologist will gladly give you an insight into their marine conservation efforts.
- Families with kids will love Kuramathi’s superb children's club, marine conservation activities, kids’ diving programs and thrilling excursions fit for all ages.
- To dive exciting sites like Hammerhead Point, take an advanced open water course before or during your stay. Currents and conditions are better enjoyed by those with experience!
Diving in Rasdhoo Atoll
Hammerhead sharkYear round
Manta RaysYear round
Eagle rayYear round
Schooling reef fishYear round