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  • Beach Bungalows - Hakuraa Huraa

    Beach Bungalows - Hakuraa Huraa

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    Beach Bungalows – Guests often lie nestled in a swaying hammock in the backyard of a Beach Bungalow secluded from the world. With cerulean waters, unspoiled beaches and emerald palms to gaze at, beauty surrounds guests day in and day out. The Beach Bungalows with their spacious rooms, polished wooden floors and modern furnishings, are set in the shade of palm trees. Guests have the advantage of both a beach and a lagoon frontage.

    • Air Conditioning
    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Hair Dryer
    • In Room Safe
    • Room Service
    • Tea & Coffee Maker
    • WiFi

  • Water Bungalows - Hakuraa Huraa

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    Water Bungalows – The feeling of being intimate with the ocean is further enhanced with the glass bottoms in the Water Bungalows. Visitors claim that each time they look down there is a different thing to look at. A lost lion fish, a wondering parrot fish and even a bored octopus. The Water Bungalows sit on stilts and are complete with four-star amenities. The architecture is in harmony with its surroundings while the interiors are tastefully designed to complement the tropical backdrop. Each of these bungalows has its own private open-air decks with a staircase leading down to the lagoon offering unobstructed views of the Indian Ocean.

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    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Hair Dryer
    • In Room Safe
    • Room Service
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General

The beauty that surrounds Cinnamon Hakuraa Huraa Maldives is so moving visitors will learn to be still.
For an ultimate holiday experience the Cinnamon Hakuraa Huraa Maldives is your perfect destination. With a new look and better facilities we are ready to offer you the wonders of sun sand and sea in a backdrop of ultimate comfort.

Located 145 km from the capital Male it takes 45 minutes by seaplane to get to this idyllic 6acre island paradise. Once you arrive be prepared for memorable times. Surrounded by an azure ocean lagoon replete with the wonders of the underwater world this is a paradise for diving and snorkeling. Meanwhile on water sports include windsurfing sailing and canoeing.

Blissful days blend into balmy evenings. Memorable nights lull you into an idyllic state of mind. After sunset the entertainment begins with disco music and the famed Maldivian Cultural show. These are memories to cherish.

Accommodation at this spectacular beach hideaway includes 70 over water bungalows and 10 beach bungalows. Apart from these luxuries is the world class Sanctuary Spa. Blissful and relaxing. This is just the way it should be.

Once you sample the heady mixture of secluded serenity thrilling water sports activities soothing spas relaxing beaches all wrapped in the luxurious comfort of modern amenities you are bound to want the experience again.

As always we will welcome you into this heaven on earth.

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Transfer By

Transfer type – Seaplane

Check-in time

1400 h

Check-out time

1200 h

Facilities

  • 24hr Reception
  • Air Condition
  • ala carte restaurant(s)
  • balcony/terrace
  • Bars
  • BBQ facilities
  • Beach Beds
  • Beach Towels
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Canoeing
  • Coffee shop / café
  • Concierge Services
  • Disco
  • Excursions
  • Fishing
  • Fitness
  • Gift Shop
  • Hairdryer
  • Hot and cold water
  • Internet access
  • Kids Pool
  • Laundry service at a cost
  • Luggage Storage
  • Minibar
  • Ocean views
  • Private Sundeck
  • Restaurant
  • Restaurant (buffet)
  • Room service
  • Scuba Diving
  • Sea and beach views
  • Spa In Hotel
  • Spa Treatments
  • Steam Room
  • Swimming Pools
  • Table tennis
  • Telephone and IDD facilities
  • Water Sports
  • Wind Surfing

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Maldives

MaldivesMaldives Imagine 1,192 coral islands formed around 26 natural ring-like atolls scattered like tiny white pearls in the Indian Ocean, just across the equator. Picture cobalt blue seas, aquamarine reefs, heavenly white beaches, palm trees, iridescent sunsets and pleasant temperatures all year round. These magical islands, each with its own spectacular reef encircling the island

Nightlife info

There is little or no nightlife in the Maldives, and this is definitely not a destination for party animals. That said, most resorts have bars, the occasional live music, traditional drums (BODU BERU). Beach parties and barbecues are also popular. Some resorts have occasional film showings. boduberu-22 maxresdefault

Culture and history info

Historically, the Maldives was an important crossroad in the Indian Ocean, hence Maldivian culture is a melting pot of various influences gathered from visitors who set foot there over the centuries. Influences of India, Sri Lanka, Arabia, Persia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Africa are evident in the unique culture of the Maldives. Maldivians have assimilated these influences over the years and created their own cultural identity like no other. A proud history and rich culture evolved from the first settlers in the Maldives, who were seafarers from various parts of the world, traversing the oceans in ancient times. Since people from different parts of the world settled in the Maldives over the centuries, you can still spot some of the traditions they brought with them in Maldivian culture. Some of the traditional drumming and dancing (known as ‘boduberu’) shows African influences, with rhythmic beating of drums and some songs in a language resembling that of East African countries. As one would expect, there is a great South Asian influence in some of the music and dancing and particularly in the traditional food of the Maldives. This includes spicy curries using coconut milk and fish as the main staples and ‘roshi’ (a thin flatbread) as a popular accompaniment. Those who aren’t fans of curries will also find a range of world cuisine available including pasta, burgers, noodles and other home comforts. The resorts boast a wide variety of international cuisine, much of which is serious competition for the world’s top restaurants. Fresh ingredients are flown in daily or grown on the islands. However, some of the South Asian customs especially with regard to women such as the Sub Continent’s tradition of secluding women from public view are not tenets of life here. In fact, women play a major role in society - not surprising considering the fact many Maldivian men spend the whole day out at sea fishing. Many of the country’s traditions are strongly related to the sea and the fact that life is dependent on the sea around us. Traditional handicrafts include matt-weaving and beautiful lacquer-work, usually painted in black, red and yellow. Although these traditions are less commonplace today, there are still some talented craftsmen and women who make these (matts are weaved exclusively by women). They can be found in souvenir shops at resorts and in Male’ and make a wonderful souvenir of your holiday in the Maldives.

Maldives Economy

The Maldives reached one million tourists in 2013. Tourism is the largest industry in the Maldives with 20% of the GDP and 60% of the foreign exchange that flows into the country coming through the tourism sector. Over 90% of the government tax revenue comes from tourism-related taxes and import duties. Fishing is the second leading economic sector of the Maldives with a significant amount of the country's income being generated through the export of fish and other marine products. Tuna is the most common fish export from the Maldives. The Maldivian economy is regarded as exemplary in the region and welcomes foreign investments.

Currency

Rufiyaa (MRF) and Laari (L) (1 Rufiyaa = 100 Laaris) Rufiyaa bank notes came in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500 ATMs are available at the airport and in Male’ for those wanting to withdraw local currency. Payments of most hard cash currencies are accepted at all resorts and hotels, and most major international credit cards are also accepted. Some resorts offer all-inclusive, cash-free holiday options. In Male’, tourists can pay for purchases using Rufiyaa but US Dollars are also welcomed. Tourism goods and services in the Maldives are now subject to TGST (Tourism Goods and Services Tax), which is charged at 12%. This includes things such as souvenirs from the boutiques as well as drinks or food not included in your resort meal plan. It’s recommended that if you have any significant amounts of Rufiyaa left at the end of your holiday you should change it before you leave as you will be unable to convert it at a foreign exchange outside of the Maldives.

Commonly used credit cards

  • American Express
  • Visa
  • Master Card
  • JCB
  • Euro Card

Banking

The majority of the banks in Male’ are found on the strip of the island facing the airport. These include HSBC, Bank of Ceylon, State Bank of India and Bank of Maldives.

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Restaurants & Bars

Malaafaiy Restaurant 
A spacious indoor restaurant with large windows offering a stunning view of the island and the lagoon serves outstanding buffet spreads during mealtimes.

Nalha Falhu
Lounge and Bar : It could not be better located. Designed to have the waters of the lagoon encircling it, the bar is one of the best-located bars in the world. It's where friendly conversations take place over the peaceful and perpetual sound of gently lapping water. It's where guests recount their day's discoveries in paradise and plan the days to come.