Earth Hour 2017: Kuredu Invites You For a Dinner Under the Stars
On Earth Hour hundreds of millions of people around the world come together to make a bold statement about their concern for climate change by doing something quite simple – turning off their lights for one hour. What started as a grassroots movement in Sydney 10 years ago has become a global phenomenon, and Kuredu will again mark the event with a candlelit dinner for its guests.
To show our support for a brighter future, non-essential lights and appliances at the resort will be switched off for an hour on Saturday, 25th March 2017, and all guests will get to experience a superb dining event under the stars. A Maldivian cultural show will be held on the main beach, while guests at Sangu and ‘O’ Resorts will have their earbuds tickled by the sounds of a saxophonist and Beyond Rhythm respectively.
In addition to highlighting the urgency of action with regards to tackling climate change, Kuredu’s Earth Hour celebrations, now in their sixth year, are known to impress with amazing culinary creations and a pleasant atmosphere, so hopefully you have timed your holiday well and we can make a toast this Saturday to Kuredu being eco-conscious in various ways.
Related large-scale sustainability efforts at the resort include the in-house water bottling plant, the solar energy project and eco-friendly laundry solutions.