The time of year, type of villa and meal plan will influence how much your stay will cost.
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You are kindly invited to keep up to date with the latest news, events and happenings at Hurawalhi Island Resort Maldives.
Hurawalhi will be ready to welcome you back in time for one of the most exciting times of year - manta season on our doorstep!
Let the stresses and strains of recent times melt away by booking a post lockdown escape to Hurawalhi - where social distancing is nothing new!
We are pleased to announce that we will be able to welcome you back to Hurawalhi Maldives from 1st September 2020 and your safety is our priority.
Enrich your holiday at Hurawalhi by learning a few words and conversational phrases in Dhivehi before you travel.
The benefits of practising yoga are far reaching for both physical and mental health, embark upon a beautiful and peaceful practice at Hurawalhi Maldives.
World Oceans Day is marked on 8th June each year and seeks to highlight the oceans' importance and the need to protect it.
World Environment Day is celebrated on every year on 5th June and the theme for 2020 is 'Biodiversity' - something the Maldives does extremely well!
The Maldives consists of 99% ocean and we recommend you embrace adventure and explore the atoll by boat to discover what the Maldives does best!
Find out about the sea turtle species you can expect to see when snorkelling and diving at Hurawalhi.