Kuredu Listed Amongst the 10 Best Dive Resorts in the Maldives!
Kuredu Resort Maldives has been listed amongst the 10 Best Dive Resorts in the Maldives by DIVE Magazine and with more than 120 other resorts, all offering world-renowned diving, this is a fantastic achievement and everyone at the resort and Prodivers Dive Center here on the island is incredibly proud!
The 10 best diving resorts were chosen based on performance in DIVE Magazine’s annual DIVE Travel Awards and recommendations by their network of correspondents. Many of you took the time to vote in these awards earlier in the year and we would like to thank all who took time out of their busy lives to do this, your support is very much appreciated. Thanks also goes to our resort team whose dedication and hard work make our guests’ experience on dry land every bit as wonderful as their marine experiences. Of course, a diving holiday here would not be the same without the incredible team at Prodivers – their enthusiasm shines through in all that they do, making our guests’ dive holidays full of memorable adventures and bucket list encounters and the reason many of our diving guests return to us time and time again.
The location of both Kuredu in Lhaviyani Atoll is perfect for divers wanting to see turtles, sharks and rays, as well as tiny and interesting critters – all found amongst a huge variety of reef formations. Some snippets of what DIVE says about the diving from our resorts in Lhaviyani Atoll are probably enough to get you reaching for your bags and packing your dive gear: “diving in the atoll is excellent…“, “…pulsing with pelagics“, “...very good chance of being the only dive boat at any site“, “…all-action drift dives“.
Kuredu has some very generous special offers so check them out and come and experience one of the best dive resorts in the Maldives with us very soon! Once you have a confirmed booking, you can start planning your dive activities as well as everything else our resort has to offer.
DIVE magazine is the leading dive magazine in the world, read by 200,000 divers in 165 countries and is editorially independent and appeals to ALL divers, whatever their training background.