Hurawalhi Island Resort Maldives

Hurawalhi Island Resort in the Maldives

Hurawalhi Island Resort Maldives

Located on a private island in Lhaviyani Atoll, Hurawalhi Island Resortis a one-of-a-kind place to stay. The art of nature offers magnificent views both in the underwater restaurant, and the resort.

This resort is also a great place to escape your children…no kids are allowed. The 90-villa adults-only resort takes luxury to the next level. This five-star hotel offers rooms above below and by the water…with all-inclusive service, spa indulgences, marvelous coral reefs and lagoons.

For a one-of-a-kind dining experience, dine under the sea at SEASONED WITH AWE: 5.8 UNDERSEA RESTAURANT. Located 5.8 meters below Hurawalhi Maldives, this eatery was dubbed one of the world’s largest all-glass undersea restaurants (at the time of publishing 2018). In addition to spectacular views, the restaurant also offers multi-course tasting menu.

Hurawalhi Island Resort Maldives

SEASONED WITH AWE: 5.8 UNDERSEA RESTAURANT at the Hurawalhi Island Resort

Hurawalhi’s Marine Biology Center

Find out about Hurawalhi’s research and conservation efforts through the Hurawalhi Marine Biology Center. The program is run in close cooperation with Prodivers Maldives, the center is there to share its insights, and knowledge of coral reefs with hotel guests.

The bustling underwater metropolis that awaits below the water surface around Hurawalhi is certainly well worth a visit. Lhaviyani Atoll is made up of a number of narrow and shallow channels. Therefore funneling the nutrient-rich water directly into Hurawalhi’s proximity, resulting in an incredible amount and variety of marine life. The island sits between two such channels thus providing clear water provide aquarium-like conditions for over 2,000 species of fish and more than 200 species of coral. Hurawalhi offers unforgettable experiences with sea turtles, dolphins as well as Hurawalhi’s majestic manta rays and reef sharks.

If you are interested in learning more about restoring the earth’s coral reefs, CLICK HERE to read an article that I wrote about Bonaire’s Coral Reef Foundation. The article was also published on PADI. I also wanted to point out Eric Rosen’s article on the National Geographic website for more info about how climate change has affected the Maldives. 

Hurawalhi Island Resort, Lhaviyani Atoll, Hurawalhi Island, Maldives; https://www.hurawalhi.com/

Photos courtesy of Hurawalhi Island Resort, Maldives

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