Kurumba Maldives is proud to announce that they have been awarded 1st place All Inclusive Resort in the world category by the reviewers of the TripAdvisor‘s Travellers Choice Awards 2015.
Progressing from number 3 in 2014, Kurumba Maldives has also been voted for the second consecutive year as the number 1 All Inclusive resort in Asia by the Trip Advisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards.
Jason Kruse, General Manager of Kurumba Maldives commented: “We would like to thank all our loyal guests and TripAdvisor reviewers for their contribution to achieve these awards. They serve as an inspiration for us to continually improve and evolve. Our mission is to provide a unique and thoughtful journey for our guests on a beautiful island setting allowing them to have the experience of a lifetime. We are truly grateful for the positive recognition from our guests.”
Kurumba Maldives would like celebrate with loyal and future guests by announcing a new 12-month celebratory price for All-Inclusive meal plans, featuring high quality of meals, an extensive selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, as well as many other resort services and inclusions.
Based on the guest comment forms and online reviews, it is evident that guests rate their overall experience higher when they are on All-Inclusive packages. From a financial aspect, guests in general do obtain better value for money and enjoy a stress-free holiday without worrying about their daily outgoings.
All Inclusive packages are available direct with the resort, your preferred travel agent or guests can upgrade upon arrival at Kurumba Maldives.
On Saturday June 13th Children’s Day 2015 by welcoming 27 Maldivian children, aged between 2 and 15, from the orphanage “Kudakudhinge Hiyaa”, on Villingili Island, to enjoy an exciting afternoon of fun filled activities at the resort. This is the third year running that Kurumba has celebrated International Children’s Day along with the children of Kudakudhinge Hiyaa. After a thrilling speedboat ride from Villingili island to Kurumba, the children delighted in spotting fish and baby sharks along the jetty of the resort. Then at the Majaa Recreation Center the children enjoyed a delicious buffet and sweet treats laid on by Kurumba’s team of chefs. This was then followed by team games accompanied by Kurumba’s mascots and a piñata, culminating in the distribution of candy and a goody bag for every child. Mohamed Najmee, Operations Manager of Kurumba Maldives stated: “This year we unfortunately had to postpone the occasion due to the weather conditions, however the team was fully committed to carry out this event for the enjoyment of the children. We at Kurumba endeavor to support our local community through events and projects like this.” The Kudakudhinge Hiyaa orphanage, on Villingili Island houses children between the ages of 6 months and 24 years old. This self-supporting charity requires help from the local community and travel industry in order to continue to provide a homely, safe, caring and educational environment for these children. Kurumba Maldives has an ongoing commitment to Kudakudhinge Hiyaa and over the past 2 years has provided numerous improvements to the orphanage’s residential areas. These include upgrades to the kitchen, laundry, play areas, CCTV and installing new computers, along with providing ongoing consumables such as linen, cleaning equipment, toys and complimentary repairs and maintenance.
Kurumba Maldives is a tropical getaway located in the North Male Atoll. Within 10 minutes from Male International Airport, you can take a comfortable speedboat ride to the island. This five-star resort is ideal for couples and families.
The resort is the first private island to be opened in Maldives. Coconut palm trees dot the island. With blooming tropical gardens and white sand beaches giving picture-perfect views.
Priding on their exemplary customer service, the staff ensures that guests have a warm and welcome stay at Kurumba. Offering room types fit for the requirements of elderly guests as well as guests with special needs. Special services are always available for the guests upon request at the time of check-in. From Pool Villas to Beachfront Deluxe Bungalows, all rooms are a short walk away from restaurants, entertainment area and the beach.
The island has various dining options. From international buffets to a-la-carte menus, you are free to choose as you desire. Japanese delicacies. Hearty Italian. Fiery Indian curries. Local Maldivian dishes. All available in this homely atmosphere.
If you’re looking to kick-back and relax, Kurumba is the right place for you. To begin, treat yourself to a healing ritual at Veli Spa. Or find the path to inner peace with the guidance of the in-house yogi. Top it up with a fun excursion or simply go diving at the beautiful house reef.
Kurumba Maldives will be celebrating Earth Hour, this Saturday 28th March from 20:30 pm to 21:30 pm, local time and contributing to the Earth Hour movement which unites people to take action for the planet and aims to raise awareness of climate change.
During this hour, Kurumba will partake in this movement by turning off air conditioning units and lighting in staff areas, as well as exterior signage lighting and use candlelight in public areas, restaurants and bars. In-house guests have been invited to participate and do the same in their rooms and villas.
The inaugural Earth Hour movement started in Sydney, Australia in 2007. Since then the event has become a worldwide movement. In 2014, a record 162 countries took part in Earth Hour 2014, showing a huge amount of support from the Maldives, to the UK and beyond. The switch offs start in Samoa and continue finishing eventually in Tahiti.
Jason Kruse, General Manager of Kurumba Maldives commented: “climate change is the one of the biggest environmental challenges our planet faces today, and is especially important in the fragile Maldives. As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility program, we will continue to make efforts to reduce energy consumption, use sustainable energy and protect our environment. Every small action can make a difference”.