6 Surprising Things to Do During a Holiday at Kuredu
Do you ever find yourself in an endless spiral of procrastination thanks to countless oh-so-beautiful pictures of the Maldives, vying for your attention on the web? If you are guilty as charged, it’s time to swap the ‘one day maybe’ for ‘Kuredu, baby!’ attitude and see how those sandy toes and salty kisses work for you.
Though in addition to the standard leisure activities the Maldives is world renowned for, Kuredu Resort Maldives likes to up the holiday experience game just a wee bit further. These are 6 of the surprising, unusual or unique things you can do during your holiday on Kuredu:
The Maldives is made up of lots of tiny islands (1192 last time we counted), so you may not expect to find a golf course here, however Kuredu boasts a 6-hole, par 3 course, along with a driving range and a pitch and putt. Giving golf a try or perfecting your short game on an island in the Indian Ocean? Why not! In the sun or under the stars, this is the tee time you didn’t know you had been longing for.
Dance the night away at the Maldives’ most famous party
Friday nights are time for possibly the best party in the Maldives. Babuna Bar and main pool areas are transformed into a dance club, as our DJ gets everyone dancing under the lights. White Night is a great chance to let your hair down and dance like nobody is watching. A great selection of white attire is available at Nika gift shop. Don’t forget to snap a selfie with the famous DJ Vifak, who regularly brings everyone to feel the Kuredu vibe even more.
Play football on a FIFA-approved pitch
Due to the lack of dry space in the country, full-size football pitches are rare, however on Kuredu you can play with friends or take on our staff team (guests vs. Kuredu match every Sunday at 5pm!) on this FIFA-approved 11-aside pitch. You can find it in the center of the island, where you will also find cricket nets for a bit of batting practice.
Bubble-free rebreather diving
This is one for the experienced divers out there. While Prodivers offers a wide range of open circuit diving courses, they also offer rebreather diving for those qualified, and rebreather try dives and courses for those wanting to experience diving without bubbles.
Visit ‘Turtle Airport’
Seeing turtles in Kuredu’s lagoon is very common, however even more excitement awaits you at Kuredu Caves, a.k.a. Turtle Airport. A large community of sleepyheaded turtles can be seen in overhangs and as they make their way up to the surface to take a breath. A snorkelling or diving excursion to Kuredu Caves is a must.
Dine under the sea
Located at Kuredu’s sister resort, Hurawalhi, 5.8 Undersea Restaurant is the world’s largest all-glass undersea restaurant, and Kuredu guests can book to go across for an unforgettable multi-course lunch or dinner.