All-Inclusive Maldives Resorts

Kudadoo Maldives Private Island is an all-inclusive luxury resort in the Maldives.

Kudadoo is the largest of the Maldives Private Islands and is a small independent island. It is only a few hundred kilometres from Male, the capital island. This private island has been transformed into an all-inclusive tourist resort. In Male, there are several resorts, but none are as luxurious as Kudadoo. At Kudadoo, you can have a once-in-a-lifetime experience with paradise.

The Kudadoo Private Island has a total of seven resorts. The Leela, Serena, Sunset, Rainbow, Sunset, Laum, and finally the Coral Reef are the ones to look out for. They all provide a delightful stay complete with the best of Maldivian luxury and sun! The cuisine is delicious, and the staff is polite and accommodating. Because all-inclusive packages cover everything you need, there’s no need to leave the island and explore the other islands on your own.

At the Sunset Resort, my family and I enjoyed our first taste of an all-inclusive vacation. This resort is primarily for visitors to Male who do not wish to shop in Male Town. The only thing they have planned for you is a beachfront resort with a pool!

The variety of activities in which we could partake pleasantly surprised us. We chose to hike to the summit of the volcano, which can be done in a variety of ways, including with trekking poles. We got the option to attempt some water sports, such as snorkelling, on the way back. The coral at the bottom is vibrant, which explains why the resort is known as ‘the coral bay.’

We didn’t want to leave our three children behind, so we decided to take them to the local zoo on the island. They had a great time playing with the animals in the sand area, and my husband even got his hands on one of the rare monkey species! The zoo workers were quite friendly and did not demand an admission fee, but the pricing is still a tad on the high side for something so brief. On the plus side, we were treated to a delicious supper before departing. After the kids had done having fun at the zoo, we were given lemons to squeeze into our faces.

Another stunning site close to the resort is the Blue Lagoon. We went scuba diving and discovered that you might dive at any hour, but the water was still warm enough for us to swim in. Observing the hundreds of colourful marine species dive into the lagoon was also a lot of pleasure. We stayed for a few hours before returning to our little island.

We selected to stay at the Kudadoo Private Island Luxury all-inclusive resort for two nights. Although the view was not as spectacular as we had hoped, the accommodation was spacious and comfortable. Each morning, the resort gave a complimentary breakfast. On the plus side, all of the resorts provide exceptional personal service. You are in private settings while inside the property, and the staff is quite friendly and helpful.

We were able to keep up with the latest news and gossip about the island and the country because the villas have complete internet access. Additionally, there was a full lounge and dining area within walking distance of the pool. The villa’s entertainment was outstanding, with music played in the evenings, movies on DVD, and even live music presented by island bands on occasion. Overall, we had a fantastic vacation that we plan to repeat in the future.