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Kuredu spoils you for a variety of choice! Days seem too short in this island paradise, as there are numerous places to explore, activities to join and senses to be captivated. Craft your stay so it suits your desired holiday pace and luxury best. Do what you like. Like what you do.
40 minutes by seaplane brings you to this firm favourite with South African holidaymakers. A large (by Maldivian standards) and vibey resort with 3.5 kilometres of beach and which caters for every taste – basic accommodation on the beach, a luxury villa with Jacuzzi, a secluded villa with private pool or a villa on stilts over the water.
Lots of choice, lots of activities including a 6 hole Pitch & Putt Golf Course, the first in Maldives, and the Pro Divers PADI 5-star facility which is one of the best dive schools in the region. Wi-Fi is complimentary in your villa. The whole resort has a small town atmosphere to it and is equally great for families or a romantic getaway. No less than 7 restaurants and 6 bars plus a Sai Kotari Tea House caters for every taste. What could be better than a cocktail while watching the star-filled night-sky?
If you are looking for a quiet time, pick a spot at the new Sangu swimming pool – over 18’s only! Try an exclusive wine tasting at Kuredu’s impressive Wine Cellar in the Sangu Restaurant with its selection of 1100 bottles under the expert guidance of the resident sommelier.
There are four main “buffet” restaurants, conveniently located to best serve you:
- the Bonthi, for guests staying in Bonthi Garden and Bonthi Beach Bungalows;
- the Koamas, for guests staying in Koamas Beach Villas, Koamas Jacuzzi Beach Villas, and the Sultan Pool Villas;
- the ‘O’ for guests staying in “O” Beach Villas at the North Eastern part of the island; and
- the Sangu for guests staying in Sangu Water Villas, and Sangu Honeymoon Suite.
All four featuring the same “all you can eat” buffet style meals for breakfast as well as lunch and dinner. Enjoy your meals in the traditional open-air, sand floor and thatch roof dining rooms with a separate table for each room except Bonthi Restaurant.
The Maldives lies south-west of the southern tip of India and covers a large area of the Indian Ocean. Comprised of coral reefs, the Maldives’ islands are scattered into atolls that form unique rings of sandy islands and sapphire lagoons.