Kurumba Maldives

Kurumba was the very first Maldivian resort to open its ‘doors’, back in 1972. Its history and traditional style are evident but this compact village-like island also offers a host of more contemporary facilities. The choice of dining is superb – there’s a restaurant for every night of the week with a poolside café to spare. And the quality is excellent. It begins with the main restaurant, Vihamanaa, which serves up buffet dishes from hearty Italian to fiery curries. Snorkelling on the house reef is just steps from the beach and diving packages are available to pre-book. Rooms sit in clusters around the network of paths, with traditional exteriors and more modern furnishings. Superior Rooms are in two-storey buildings with views of the coconut groves. For direct beach views, opt for a Beachfront Deluxe Bungalow. There’s also a range of spacious villas with private pools, ideal for a more secluded stay.

Diamonds Athuruga

Boasting elegant beach bungalows and beautiful over water villas, Diamonds Athuruga Beach & Water Villas is a luxury paradise located at just a 20 minutes scenic flight away from Malé International Airport. The wellness centre offers a variety of treatments and Ayurvedic massages and a well equipped diving centre provides enthusiasts with the very best underwater experiences. Athuruga is the ideal resort to discover the Maldives from a centre of excellence, where attention to detail will make your journey unforgettable. Let yourself be charmed by one of the most unique, enchanting well known coral reefs in the Maldives and discover its secrets thanks to the marine biologists on the island. At Diamonds Athuruga the uniqueness of our all inclusive formula allows our guests to enjoy every second of their holiday in total relaxation.


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Grand Friday Mosque & Islamic Centre in Malé

The golden dome of this impressive modern mosque dominates the skyline of Male and has become something of a symbol for the city. Opened in 1984, and built with help from the Gulf States, Pakistan, Brunei and Malaysia, the Grand Friday Mosque is striking in its plainness, built in white marble and virtually free from decoration. Set back off the main square, Jumhooree Maidan, and opposite the National Security Service Headquarters, it is the biggest mosque in the country.


Ibrahim Nasir International Airport (IATA: MLE, ICAO: VRMM) (Maldivian: އިބްރާހިމް ނާސިރު ބައިނަލްއަޤުވާމީ ވައިގެ ބަނދަރު), also known as Malé International Airport, previously known as Hulhulé Airport, is the main international airport in the Maldives. It is located on Hulhulé Island in the North Malé Atoll, nearby the capital island Malé. Today, the airport is well connected with major airports around the world, mostly serving as the main gateway into the Maldives for tourists. It is managed financially and administratively by an independent corporate entity known as Maldives Airports Company Limited (MACL).


Set on a private island in Kaafu Atoll, this tropical resort is a 25-minute speedboat ride from the island of Male. The chic, bright rooms feature balconies or terraces, as well as minibars, tea and coffeemakers, cable TV and Wi-Fi (fee). Some add lofts with extra beds. Thatched-roof garden and beach bungalows are also available, as are water bungalows with Jacuzzis and lagoon access


Accessible only by speedboat from Ibrahim Nasir International Airport, this luxe resort on a private island is surrounded by white-sand beaches and coral reefs. Sleek, thatched-roof villas feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and DVD players, in addition to teak 4-poster beds, and tea and coffeemakers. All have indoor and outdoor showers, as well as private gardens with sunloungers, hot tubs and plunge pools.

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