Discover Kanuhura Resort, a secluded and tranquil retreat, a treasured pearl wrapped amid the fantastic blue that is the Indian Ocean created from nature using traditional Maldivian crafts of thatch, timber and stone.
Close by are some of the world's best diving sites, with the outer reef dropping down nearly 2,000 metres. It has a spa, an aerobics studio and gymnasium.
Accommodation is in villas either on the island's coral sand fringe or in a little village on stilts at the end of a wooden pier. 'In-villa' dining is a speciality, providing romantic dinners and special celebrations in the privacy of your villa, or various locations on the island.
Each villa has its own private outdoor area with mesmerising views to the ocean. Extensive use of hand-crafted wood, raffia, bamboo and other natural materials creates an elegant rustic interior befitting the naturally beautiful island surroundings.
Kanuhura provides cuisines of unimaginable variety – food for romance, for relaxation, for the sheer pleasure of company. The dress code when dining at our restaurants is smart casual or island chic. Clothing must be worn over swimwear and gentlemen are kindly requested to wear long pants in the evening.
The resort offers a great variety of activities and sports on land. The ocean provides for the very best in diving, snorkelling, sailing, water-skiing and windsurfing.
The spa also has a fully equipped fitness centre, aerobics studio, spa boutique, and separate steam bath, dry sauna, cold plunge pools and Jacuzzis, for ladies and gentlemen. The spa has eight treatment rooms including four doubles. The outdoor spa pavilion is the ideal setting for massages overlooking the lagoon.
Tropical in climate, the Maldives has two significant seasons; the north-east monsoon, from December to March, is light and fairly dry, while the south-west monsoon, from June to November, occasionally brings brief downpours followed by sunshine.