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Festive Celebrations at Kurumba Maldives 2017-2018

11-20-2017 11:05 AM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

Press release from: Kurumba Maldives

Kurumba Maldives invites guests to celebrate the festive season in style at the resort which has been a favorite destination for traveling families and couples for the past 45 years. Enjoy a line-up of scrumptious menus, special offers, activities and events for the Christmas holidays, as well as a lively celebration for the New Year.

Kurumba Maldives promises guests a sparkling season of traditional festive celebrations, starting with Christmas Eve, offering a delightful dinner in Thila with an exciting and vibrant buffet complete with live cooking stations, followed by entertainment at Kandu Bar, which is not to be missed!

On Christmas Day, our team will perform the classic Christmas Carols at Kandu Bar – an annual tradition. Santa Claus will make a special appearance, bringing party favours and festive cheer for our younger guests. A kid’s party will be organized at the pool side with special delights, cheerful games and competitions. On Boxing Day (26th December) a special barbeque lunch will be prepared by the poolside for a more informal treat.

A special “Pirates” themed party will mark the beginning of 2018 in spectacular style. On New Year’s Eve the celebrations will start with bubbles and welcome cocktails to set the mood for the evening. A comprehensive and lavish buffet will be served in Thila and Vihamanaa restaurants. Do dress up to add to the fun and experience a spectacular night with exciting entertainment during dinner, a few surprise performances and a fabulous awards ceremony, especially for guests, including categories such as “Best Dressed”, a raffle draw and prizes to be won.

The party will move into Kandu Bar as the night progresses, with songs from one of the most popular live bands in the Maldives and a mixture of classics and best tunes from our resident DJ. Welcome 2018 with a complimentary New Year’s Day recovery brunch served from 8.00am until 2.30pm.

On Orthodox Christmas dinner guests can gather for a hearty buffet, served in Thila with a focus on fresh seafood followed by entertainment in Kandu Bar with a live band.

The holiday season is the perfect time to get together with your closest family and friends to celebrate the most festive time of the year. So why not to join us in paradise at Kurumba Maldives?

For further information, please check:

Festive Brochure 2017-2018: click here


Kurumba was the very first private island Maldives resort when it opened its doors in 1972 in the Indian Ocean archipelago of the Maldives, celebrates its 45th Anniversary this year.

Opened by four young Maldivians on an uninhabited coconut plantation island in October 1972, Kurumba marked the beginning of the tourist industry in the country. At that time, the Maldives was isolated with no contact with the outside world except by ham radio, no telephones, mains electricity or water, few vehicles and no paved roads, and only a small airstrip built by volunteers.

Kurumba began with 30 huts built of coral and thatched with coconut leaves; the first guests were barefoot backpackers in search of sand, sea and sun. The Maldivian hosts prepared meals informally. Today the resort is still Maldivian owned and managed.

About 1,000 tourists visited the island in 1972; in 2016 1.4 million tourists stayed in over 117 resorts through the Maldives.

Kurumba Maldives is set on a tropical island in the North Male’ Atoll, conveniently situated a brief 10-minute speedboat ride from the airport.

Kurumba draws on its proud history, charismatic personality and heartfelt service, to offer compelling and diverse experiences amidst a stunning island setting.

The resort offers an array of eight styles of accommodation, ranging from comfortable Superior rooms to the spacious Royal Residence, spread among the island’s lush tropical gardens with easy access to the beach. With eight different restaurants and four bars to choose from.

Kurumba Maldives will charm you with its unparallel choice of dining experience and a wide range of recreation activities and entertainment. All while maintaining idyllic spaces of relaxation to create the perfect balance for a holiday in paradise, perfect for honeymooners and family alike.

Kurumba Maldives … Maldives in Full Colours.


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Good Results PR and Advertising (Sharon Good)

101 Metropolitan Wharf, 70 Wapping Wall, London E1W 3SS T +44 (0) 207 553 2080| DL +44 (0) 207 553 2085

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Leading Marketing Solutions (Irina Rodina)

Pulkovskaya str. 1-5, Moscow 125 565

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Häberlein & Mauerer (Sarah Dahm)

Rosenthaler Str. 52, 10178 Berlin

T +49 30726208341| F +49 30726208250

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Gateway S.r.l. (Isabel Dias Jayasinha)

Via San Vito, 26 20123, Milano, Italy

T +39 02 866901 | F +39 02 8053932

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Adonis Marketing & Consultancy FZC (Viniti R.)

P. O. Box 323362, RAK FZ, Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates T + 971 562464570

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Kurumba Maldives promises guests a sparkling season of traditional festive celebrations, starting with Christmas Eve, offering a delightful dinner in Thila with an exciting and vibrant buffet complete with live cooking stations, followed by entertainment at Kandu Bar, which is not to be missed!

Vihamanaafushi, 08340,
Republic of Maldives

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