As life renews itself continuously, so does Kuramathi Spa.
Although our Spa has been with us for many years, Kuramathi Spa now prides itself with its level of excellence in Spa Hospitality and Services provided. The renewed setting emanates well-being and tranquility and new fragrances fill the air. All yours to enjoy.
Each Guest is offered a moment in paradise that will instil a sense of wellness, balance inner harmony and restore vitality. A place to reconnect with one’s self, and allow the natural flow of pure energy, bringing back awareness into being.
We have integrated, Ancient Rituals that once nourished our Body, relaxed the Mind and balanced the Spirit, with the highest level quality of European beauty products and Far-Eastern natural essential oils, all in great respect to our environment and location.
Our Rituals are performed by our team of highly trained professionals, from Asia, each eager to create an unforgettable experience every time you are in their care.
As one of the Maldives spa resort, we take pride in continually offering an unparalleled level of quality in every care program we provide.
When dreams become a reality, the pirate flag of Bageecha is up! You can then feel the magic in the air. We now know that Bageecha is not far anymore… Bageecha is a shipwreck, stranded in the deserted island of Kuramathi many years ago. The palms and bushes have grown around the wreck and this is now the home to the young pirates of the isle.
At our Bageecha Kids Club for young pirates, you will be welcomed by Captain Sara and her peculiar crew of pirates. Our pirate crew is always on the hunt for the mysterious treasure left behind by the notorious Captain Fatbeard. The first clue is that the treasure was left behind somewhere on the island of Kuramathi. But with the help of the old treasure map, the adventure can begin! We will venture in the depths of the sea and comb out the dense jungle, where tough challenges await us. But beware; do not let your attention slip away, since we are not the only ones trying to solve the riddles of the mysterious treasure, argh!!!
ACTIVITIES & EXCURSION
The Rasdhoo Divers team, under the Anglo-Austrian management of Instructor trainers, Matt Berry and Helmuth Steuber has been providing exciting, but safe dives for adventurous Kuramathi guests amongst the amazing marine life and warm waters of the Indian Ocean, since 1994. Our experienced, multi-lingual dive team provides a friendly and professional service to our guests and our enthusiastic instructors will inspire beginners to discover this amazing liquid world while learning to dive with SSI or PADI. Experienced divers will also find challenging dives with many types of sharks, mantas, turtles, rays, napoleons, barracuda, trevally and tuna as well as many of the smaller, but no less interesting inhabitants of the reef. Night life in Kuramathi is abundant, ranging from the resident live band, starlit discos by the resident DJ, movie nights on the beach, and two-piece musicians orchestrating the enticing entertainment Kuramathi has to offer our guests.
The schedule for the week ahead is posted at the reception/guest lounges and at the bars. During the day we visit a local fishing Island (Ukulhas), another resort Island (Veligandu) and a beautiful desert island (Madivaru) where we stop for a BBQ lunch and walk to the sandbank. Join our team in the Maldives’ underwater paradise by visiting another of the Atoll’s reefs. Our experienced guides will be with you at all times and will point out all the interesting marine life that may come our way!
This excursion is recommended for those who are able to snorkel. Do remember your snorkeling equipment! A must do! Take this chance to enjoy fiery Maldivian sunsets with a glass of sparkling wine. Don’t forget to take your cameras, as you may just bump into some dolphins. Big Game Fishing in the bountiful Maldivian sea is quite an experience. If you are an enthusiastic fisherman or have never fished before, you will certainly enjoy the excursion. Our fishing boats have comfortable seating and roof sun deck. The catch varies on the time of year. Thoddoo is quite different from many of the other local islands. Set in its own tiny atoll, the island is an agricultural island, where they grow watermelon, papaya, melon, bananas, vegetables, salads. We spend our time with a local farmer who will answer your questions, and we also visit a school, an old Mosque, and learn about the Island daily life. Finally we visit one of Thoddoo’s idyllic beaches where we can relax whilst enjoying a coconut and cool down in the sea. This is a half day trip, and when visiting
local islands, we ask all ladies to cover their shoulders and thighs. Watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean from the sea in a more exclusive environment. A small group makes the experience relaxing and beautiful. This half day trip to Male’ allows you to experience the hustle bustle of the worlds smallest capital. An external local guide will guide you through the history, politics and culture of this unique country. National Museum (optional and at extra charge), Also visit the local fish market, fruit & vegetable market, and finish at the souvenir shopping district . When visiting local islands, we ask all ladies to cover their shoulders and thighs. with local guides and the resident Marine Biologist who will provide information and answer questions whilst you experience and learn about the underwater world beneath you. If we are lucky, we may see sharks, turtles, eagle rays. This excursion is for those who are able snorkelers. Wearing fins is compulsory. Watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean from the sea in a more exclusive environment. A small group makes the experience relaxing and beautiful. A must do whilst in the Maldives! What better way to view the colours of the Indian Ocean and the islands of Rasdhoo Atoll. A perfect photo opportunity! Go as a single or a double. Some lucky people see dolphins jumping below them! The Botanic Walk is where you will find an array of interesting plants in a long yet informative pathway. Edible plants, plants used for its medicinal value, plants rich in fragrance and those used for its ornamental properties are few floras you shall find along this walk.
* Freshwater Infinity
* Swimming Pool
* Freshwater Swimming Pool
* Children’s Pool
The Eco Centre in Kuramathi was established in 1999, following the El Nińo and the subsequent coral bleach, the management of Kuramathi wanted to better understand this fragile ecosystem and how to protect it best.
Led by a small team of professionals including our Resident Marine Biologist and Horticulturist, the Eco Centre operates all year long and plays a vital role in providing the guests with an enriched experience of Maldives, ensuring guests are aware of proper snorkeling behavior, and offering guided snorkeling safaris. The center is also designed to give detailed information about the fascinating underwater world through visual presentations and microscopic presentations both in English and German.
Another interesting feature of the Eco Centre is the sperm whale exhibit complete with facts about this marvelous species. You will also find other marine and botanic specimens here. The environmental hub also features two interactive TVs with a wide range of information about the flora and fauna, and life under the deep blue sea that would help you develop your knowledge of our stunning surroundings. For a traditional approach, a reading corner furnished with a variety of books is available. Other programs carried out by the Eco Centre include conducting coral reef research, monitoring sea water temperature and maintaining a coral nursery.
Set in the heart of the Kuramathi, the Hydroponics Garden is a remarkable facility which caters 70% of fresh salads to the food outlets on the island. The garden which runs by a greenhouse system consisting of 20 greenhouses produces herbs such as coriander, arugula, mint, green basil, purple basil, dill, sage and lemongrass. This efficient and eco friendly method facilitates rapid harvesting where plants grow within a month’s time, under the careful supervision of our resident horticulturist.