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September 24, 2020 Resort News No Comments Email Email

Hurawalhi Island – the adults only resort in the Maldives’ Lhaviyani Atoll where there are more than 50 plentiful dive sites within easy reach to explore one of the Indian Ocean’s richest reefs, a stunning underwater restaurant and numerous underwater experiences to try – is now welcoming international guests to a new world of privacy with social distancing naturally included. 

Lhaviyani Atoll is home to the Maldives’ largest population of large Green Sea Turtles spotted all year round and Manta Rays spotted September – April. There are healthy populations of Hawksbill and Leatherback Turtles as well as Eagle and Mobula Rays, White Tip, Black Tip, Silver Tip and Lemon Sharks. Hurawalhi has worked with the Manta trust for the last 3 years as well as Oliver Ridley reporting on Green Sea Turtle populations and monitoring nesting and rescuing any turtles caught in ghost nets.

Hurawalhi is one of four islands which has applied to the Maldivian government to be recognised and protected as a Biosphere conservation area to preserve its coral reef ecosystem. The abundant coral reef that surrounds the resort hosts over 2,000 species of fish and more than 200 species of coral – it is the ultimate social distancing privacy bubble in paradise.

To view the marine life at close hand, Hurawalhi’s dive and snorkelling dhonis are 50ft long and boast 2 levels of seating area to enjoy.  For the ultimate in social distancing above water, the dhonis now welcome only 6 guests for snorkelling and 4 for diving. Along with snorkelling and diving trips, the Hurawalhi Marine Biology Centre and the resident marine biologist offers guest workshops to help increase awareness of the ecosystem and the need for its ongoing conservation.

Hurawalhi’s underwater world can also be enjoyed at the 5.8 undersea glass-walled restaurant, the largest of its kind in the Maldives, for a unique culinary experience.

Accommodation at Hurawalhi comprises Overwater and Beach Villas as well as Ocean Pool Villas, each with a 25 sq. m. infinity pool and a sundeck with staircase to the lagoon, and Beach Pool Villas, where guests have their own private beach. With current 25-30% discount promotion, Pool Villas start from US$924/£715/€780 and Beach Pool Villas US$750/£580/€635, bed and breakfast. Discounted rates should be booked by 31 October 2020 for stays until 5 April 2021.

Hurawalhi Maldives is the sister resort of Kudadoo Maldives Private Island – the only fully-inclusive and fully solar-powered luxury offering in the Maldives. Kudadoo is also available for private hire and for a shared stay with Hurawalhi.  Further details are available on both websites or by calling reservations: +960 6622000.

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