Kuredu Island Resort has announced the resort has received the TUI Environmental Champion Award for 2019.
“It is with great honor to announce that Kuredu has received the TUI Environmental Champion award for 2019! For already the fourth consecutive year, this important award is a testament to the resort’s ongoing, measurable actions toward sustainable hotel management.” Kuredu said in a statement.
“In 2017, we significantly reduced the number of single-use plastics at the resort (and plan on eradicating single-use plastic straws completely by September 2018), encourage guests to use reusable water flasks, continue providing in-house bottled water, use cutlery made from biodegradable materials at events whenever possible, and work hard to raise eco-awareness among guests, team and local communities alike.”
TUI, one of the largest tour operators globally, is a keen enthusiast for environmentally responsible hotels, and its Environmental Champion Award is limited to a select group of TUI Germany Hotels and Resorts, worldwide, whose performance achieves exemplary sustainable tourism.
Kuredu Island Resort in the northern Lhaviyani Atoll of the Republic of Maldives is the second largest island resort with the highest occupancy rate in the Maldives. The island is 1.8 km long, 325 meters wide, and has 300 meters long jetty. In all, Kuredu is with a total land mass of 335,870 square meters and it’s perimeter extends to about 3.5 Kms.
In addition, Prodivers, the Dive Centre on the island is the single largest dive operation in Asia complete with a hyperbaric chamber with certified medical professional, and Water Sports centre with kiteboarding, parasailing, etc., which are some of the firsts in the Maldives. Consider the first Golf Club ever in the Maldives with 6 holes par 3 pitch and put course with an average distance of 55 yards. The DuniyaSpa is a chapter in itself with a panorama of treatments carefully selected from the Orient lands to the thickets of Europe and administered with oils and ingredients specially compounded and imported for their exclusive use.
Kuredu is accessible by a 35-minute scenic seaplane flight from the main Velana International Airport.
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