PRLog (Press Release)
- May 6, 2012 -
Experience back-to-back nature as Kuramathi Maldives (http://www.kuramathi.com/)
marks Earth Day this month with a weeklong schedule of fun activities. The program begins on 22nd April 2012, with a nature tour of Kuramathi, exploring the dense foliage of the island, guided by our Resident Horticulturist.
A series of eco events follows this exciting start and includes a terrestrial cleanup of Kuramathi, Madivaru, and Madivaru Finolhu: - the two tiny islands located in the small archipelago of Rasdhoo Atoll. A very special event – an Agricultural Tour to Thoddoo, lets you take a look into the history and culture of a typical Maldivian island, famed for its rich agriculture. While the Tree Planting on Rasdhoo gets your green thumb in action as you contribute your first plant to this local island. You can reward yourself afterwards by going on a shopping spree at the island’s souvenir shops.
Guests can sign up for the events at the main reception or the guest lounges. No participation fee is required for any of the events. We hope to see as many guests as possible to mark the occasion colourfully!
Note to Editors:
) 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.
An emerald jewel in the turquoise Maldivian waters, Kuramathi (http://www.kuramathi.com/)
is a stunning island retreat with acres of luxuriant vegetation surrounded by spectacular beaches tapering into an endless sandbank. Villas blend contemporary design and nature, and are set on the beach, amongst lush gardens or over water. Four poster beds, open-air bathrooms, rainfall showers or Jacuzzi, large outdoor decks with inviting daybeds or sun loungers, are just some of the creature-comforts enjoyed by our guests. Dining options are diverse with many restaurants, bars and great value all inclusive packages (http://www.kuramathi.com/dining/allinclusive.html
), topped off with Maldivian service – welcoming, genuine and friendly.