Kuramathi Maldives has secured Travelife Gold status, an international certification program. Travelife is an industry-led scheme that supports hotels and accommodations in their commitment to sustainable practices. An independent audit is conducted to assess the performance of individual hotels and classify them according to their levels.
“A recognition we proudly hold since 2012, this prestigious feat is reflective of our dedication and collective effort to create a positive impact in all our resort operations where possible.” read a statement by the resort.
Kuramathi ensures to lead with eco-conscious actions by implementing initiatives such as marine protection programs, plastic use reduction methods, proper waste management, optimising energy and water use, local community collaboration, and conducting awareness programs to engage guests and highlight these measures.
According to the resort, the core of driving force of the cause is the resort’s Environmental Committee, which is spearheaded by the Director of Operations, and co-anchored by the Executive Resident Manager together with Chief Engineer and Resident Marine Biologist. They all work alongside team members from all aspects of operations to further the resorts efforts in social accountability, economic welfare, and environment conservation; the three pillars of sustainable development and integrate them in all our operations.
Kuramathi Maldives creates lasting holiday memories and guided by their corporate social responsibility (CSR) goals. The resort endeavour to deliver enriching experiences for their valued guests matched with sustainable ways where it can thrive with nature and the community.
Kuramathi is one of the first resorts to open in the Maldives and is part of Universal Resorts of Universal Enterprises Private Ltd, a 100% Maldivian owned company, and the pioneers of tourism in the Maldives.
Situated in Rasdhoo Atoll archipelago, Kuramathi Maldives is 1.8 km in length and tapers to a pristine stretch of white sandbank, lending a dramatic quality to the idyllic surroundings of turquoise lagoons, tropical jungle and flora. Catering to all budgets, 12 distinct choices of villas are on offer, ranging from the individual Beach Villas to the idyllic Water Villas with Pool. Dining options are diverse with many restaurants, bars and great-value all inclusive packages, topped off with Maldivian service – welcoming, genuine and friendly. There is something for everyone on this paradisiacal haven that embodies Maldives in a natural setting.