The luxurious island where you’ll discover a new realm of bohemian elegance surrounded by tropical gardens and bordered by stretches of pristine beaches that fade into scintillating tropical waters- Kanuhura Maldives is welcoming you back to the unfettered paradise on 15th November.
If you’re worried about your safety, Maldives recently achieved the Safe Travels Stamp, granted by World Travel & Tourism Council, in an effort to provide confidence to travelers and ensure high levels of hygiene throughout the journey. This explains why travelers are required to provide a Negative PCR test to enter the destination.
Further, the seaplane operating to/from Kanuhura Maldives, Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA), is recognized every year at the Word Travel Award among the Leading seaplane operators. They have carefully reviewed their processes and procedures to ensure that your entire journey, from check in at the counters to arrival at your island home, provides adequate sanitization options. All touch points throughout your journey are regularly disinfected, in accordance with Global Health recommendations and policy guidelines, in order to ensure that the best hygiene standards are maintained at all times.
In this context, Kanuhura Maldives has at heart to anticipate any questions that may arise, and ensure guests’ health and safety through clear and transparent guidelines. The resort will follow thorough protocols, built in partnership with NSURE, a recognized leader in Food Safety, Health and Safety and Sustainability in the Maldives.
Kanuhura also introduced a new flexible cancellation policy, encouraging guests to book their holiday without concern.
Although the Ministry of Tourism of the Maldives has allowed, in conjunction with the country Health Protection Agency, to travel between islands in the Maldives, if Kanuhura Maldives is not the first point of stay in the Maldives, guests will be required to provide a valid PCR test of less than 72 hours.
Kanuhura Maldives assures that the resort will maintain the highest levels of service for which the island has been recognized over the years. Some adjustments are nevertheless necessary such as the Buffet in A Mano will not be on self-service; social distancing will be required in the boat and diving excursions, the maximum capacity on the boat will be reduced ; and a limited number of guests will be observed at the Fitness Centre, Kokaa Spa as well as Boutique.
For specific questions, visit the resort dedicated page https://www.kanuhura.com/en/newsroom/covid-19-update-kanuhura or contact Kanuhura Reservations team at email@example.com