For those seeking a remote and sensational romantic destination, there are few places in the world that can rival the Maldives. This fascinating archipelago is by far one of the most beautiful places on earth, with its islands dotted with luxury resorts, lined by pristine white beaches and lapped by azure tropical waters.
Maldives had always been on my bucket list. Earlier this year, my husband and I had the chance to visit a wonderful resort ‘Kanuhura by Sun Resorts’.
Kanuhura is located in the Lhaviyani Atoll, just 40 minutes by sea plane from Malé. The journey to Kanuhura is a beautiful experience by itself. The seaplane flies quite low over the Indian Ocean, offering amazing views of island rings sparkling atop turquoise coloured lagoons and brilliant sapphire blue ocean.
The moment I stepped on the sundeck, all I could see was layers of blue beyond it. Clear blue water around our villa. A dark, deeper blue beyond that. It was a layered effect of shallow and deep water of turquoise and dark blue. I was in heaven. This was everything I dreamed of from an overwater villa in the Maldives.
We spent a good amount of time in our villa . Sitting on the lounge chairs, taking a dip in the private pool, taking a lot of photos, climbing down the ladder into the clear blue water, watching the different kinds of fish swim around the villa. I even took a nap on our hammock suspended over the Indian Ocean. It was all quiet and certainly relaxing. It was exactly what I hoped to do in the Maldives.
Another great thing about Kanuhura is that all the rooms come with complimentary villa bicycles which we used to get around and explore the island. The unparalleled beauty of Kanuhura is simply mesmerising. The island is 1 km long and 200 meters wide. The long and wide white beach at Kanuhura is a stunning place for lazing around or taking a walk.
Kanuhura by Sun Resorts
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