I first popped over to the first resort, and closest island to the capital Male.. Kurumba.
A manta ray spotting during a dive with Euro Divers on Kurumba
The best way to describe Kurumba is that its one of the more well known and biggest resorts that lies within the Maldives islands. It’s the perfect location for everyone.. I was there on my own, and was a little bit worried that it would just be full of couples of their honeymoon and just me sat there on my own.. however I was completely wrong! There were lots of families and people travelling with their friends.. it is an island with so many acitivities such as Maldevian cooking demonstrations and even their own diving school Euro Divers!
I was lucky enough to get to stay for two night in the suite, with my own personal pool and sun lounger right on the beach. Sometimes, its so nice to literally just get away and spend time on your own and enjoy your company in paradise. I definitely felt the luxury and pampering side of life when I was in Kurumba, who have the most wonderful spa facilities (massages are a rarity for me so it was absolute heaven to receive one!) and even just walking around the island on my own with my own thoughts was bliss.
Accommodation in Kurumba starts from , the Presidential suite (featured) starts from £1003 a night.
Flights to the Maldives from Manchester and London return can start from as little as £449 via skyscanner
All flight were paid for by myself, accommodation was provided kindly by Kurumba. As always, opinions are my own. This is not a sponsored post.