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Four Seasons Kuda Huraa, Maldives

A pint sized secluded island where the sky fuses with the sea, the Kuda Huraa from the Four Seasons is every inch the storybook vision of paradise. Families and couples seeking a place that offers a more intimate touch than your standard tropical resorts are sure to fall head over heels for Kuda Huraa. Designed in the style of a traditional Maldivian village, this is a place where flowers bloom, smiles are plenty, and the surf rolls in.

Ideal for Couples and Families

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Island Paradise

Ultimate Luxury

Children's Facilities

Close proximity to surrounding surf breaks

Spa and Recreation Facilities


North Malé Atoll, Maldives, Asia


AIRPORT – Male International Airport

TRANSFER – 25-minute Speedboat Provided by Resort

Touch down in Male Airport where a Four Seasons representative will be waiting to lead the way to your speedboat outside. Feel the sharp salt air in your hair and the sun on your face as you whizz towards the island of Kuda Huraa on this 25-minute ride.



WEATHER – November to April

SURF SEASON – Year-round, with biggest and best swells from May to October.


The Maldives knows how to serve up summer on a silver platter – year-round you can bask in the brightness of blue days and balmy nights. Temperatures tend to hover between 23 and 32 degrees Celsius making the glittering pools and cool sea breezes an absolute delight, From May to October the rainy season sweeps in bringing short sporadic showers to freshen the palate.

“An enchanting Eden set against a lofty backdrop of pink-tinged sunsets, powerful surf and endless summer vibes”


Children under 12 stay free with an adult or guardian

Complimentary food for children aged 5 or under


Family-friendly resort

Family suites available

Exclusive, kids-only club

Five restaurants and lounges

Special pricing for children’s meals

Marine Discovery Centre


Access to some of the best waves in the region are only a short boat trip away – Sultans (5 mins), Cokes, Chickens, Honkies


Complimentary Wi-Fi

24/7 Doctor present on Premises

Overwater bungalows not suitable for young children



Start your day with freshly squeezed juice and dig your heels in the sand, dining at Kuda Huraa knows how to hit the mark. Five restaurants and laid-back lounges ensure mealtimes are always memorable. Casual Café Huraa is the place to stock up on flaky pastries, pancakes, eggs a million ways and rainbow breakfast treats.

Adults looking for a touch of Italian pizzazz near the grownups pool can bag a beach table at the Reef Club and split classic dishes, wood-fired pizzas and chilled cellar wines. Baraabaru seems to float on the mirror-like waters, with architecture paying homage to the bliss of Kerala. Indian spice ignites dishes that make the most of the marine-rich waters right on your doorstep.

The Sunset Lounge and Poolside Bar also ensures that the drinks keep on flowing from dawn until dusk. For those couples seeking a smattering of perfect privacy, the dining experience team can set you up in a white linen paradise in your own gazebo, served by your own chef.


With three stunning swimming pools and the ocean never out of sight, water babies will be in their element at Kuda Huraa. The infinity edged pool boasts one of the most generous sizes in the whole of the Maldives. Dotted with sunshine yellow chaise lounges and attentive staff waiting to mist you down, hand you a plump towel and bring another beer to your bedside – you need not lift a finger.

Adults seeking a spot of quiet time will be smitten by the Serenity Pool where moonlit swims are encouraged. For Little Wayfarers, the kid’s pool provides endless hours of splashing and shrieking in delight.


You know you have found paradise when the spa has its very own island. The ritual begins with a short boat ride across the teal lagoon where an army of healers are waiting to wrap you in wild-harvested seaweed, scrub you with salt, and help you reconnect with your ‘true’ self.

While the Four Seasons spa offers a fine-tuned menu of massages and bath rituals, the Kuda Huraa takes wellness and healing even further. Island spa rituals make full use of the herbal gardens adorning the island, and an exquisite program calls on yoga, meditation, reiki and reflexology. The grand dame of spa experiences has to be ‘The Secrets of the Sea’ ritual. Set against a scene of a thousand stars, you sail by moonlight to the island for carefully curated treatments tuned to the flow of the waves.

For those who prefer a little more adrenaline woven into their wellness programs, you will find a state of the art fitness facility, tennis courts, and even a jogging track for those lyrical dawn runs.


Lending adults that sense of freedom is an art form, and one that Kuda Huraa manages to capture like a pro. Little Wayfarers will adore the Kuda Mas (small fish) club with its imaginative days filled with coral painting, fish feeding, and creative crafts for kids between the age of 4-12. The concierge is also on hand to arrange one on one babysitters for those eves when the starlit sands are calling your name.


96 beautiful thatched homes scatter the floral clad shores of this Indian Ocean retreat – each a stylish haven for lazy days. Inspired by traditional Maldivian style, the beach and overwater villas have been hand constructed by local craftsman, using local rattan and peak, yards of white muslin and zesty ocean fresh colours to reflect the world outside your window.


Standing on stilts above the lagoon or a footfall away from the cream coloured sand, you can take your pick of pretty bungalows on Kuda Huraa. Stuccoed walls, thatched roofs, a touch of teak and brilliant foliage make waking up each day a pleasure. The open-air lounge invites you to sip iced G&T’s to the soundtrack of the waves. Pick between sunset or sunrise views, family spaces or intimate havens for two.


Once in a lifetime speciality suites will make you weak at the knees. Pick from palatial top of the ocean homes or royal beach villas boasting unrivalled locales on the shoreline. Whichever you choose; expect heartbreaking sunset and sunrise views with two different decks at your disposal, expanded living spaces with overwater nets, and steps that descend directly into the water at the lagoon suites for tumble out of bed snorkelling sessions



Little Wayfarers receive a special welcome with goody bags and mini robes and slippers.

Dedicated kid’s menus satisfy even the fussiest of palates

The Kuda Mas Club will keep Little Wayfarers steeped in excitement

Hang ten with your teens with family surf lessons


Complimentary essentials are right on hand whether you need wipes, diapers or bottle warmers.

Cribs, cots, strollers and high-chairs are all available on request

Pop up tents will also keep Little Wayfarers cool at the beach.


Rest easy. Kuda Huraa has a comprehensive medical clinic with an island-based doctor on hand 24/7.


Kuda Huraa is a kid’s heaven. From hanging out with turtles to days at the club, running riot with Montessori trained sitters and an endless array of activities for all the family – this is how you make memorable childhoods.


All villas offer sublime space for families looking to spread out and children under the age of 12 won’t cost you a single penny more. Two-bedroom suites and adjacent bungalows are the best for families especially those perched right on the sands. Overwater bungalows should be avoided for families with Little Wayfarers under eight.


Little Wayfarers will love the Kuda Mas Club, not only can they craft, paint, and run free but they also have the chance to take mini spa breaks, child-friendly yoga classes, cooking classes, and island expeditions.

The Marine Discovery Centre is another goldmine for curious minds. With its own turtle pool and marine biologist onsite, the whole family will fall for the shell backed sweethearts.

Family play is nurtured across the whole of the island – from dolphin cruises to coral reef building, house reef snorkelling and bubble maker diving programs. Global wave wanderers will be stoked at the chance to see their little ones catch their first set at the Tropicsurf School.


With their own dedicated pool, Little Wayfarers can indulge in as much splash action as they like. Perched right next to the main pool, adults are encouraged to keep an eye on their younger members of the family as lifeguards aren’t present.


Each restaurant delivers perfect plates, tailored menus and delectable dishes that Little Wayfarers won’t turn their nose up at. The Café Huraa offers a laidback atmosphere and for those who want to dine in their own environment –island chefs will come calling at your own private home.


Get in touch with your local Travel Doctor for up to date health information, precautions and travel advice for your destination, including information regarding clean drinking water.


The resort offers a comprehensive medical clinic with around the clock doctor


Not compulsory

For peace of mind, Wayfarers Atlas recommends travel insurance that includes medical evacuation. Let us organize this for you.


Mozzies can be found in paradise too.

Refer to the World Health Organisation or the US CDC for information on Mosquito-borne and other insect-borne diseases.


Four Seasons Kuda Haruu, Maldives scuba divers jumping into water from boat

The Diving – A world of weird and wonderful delights is waiting beneath the expanse of blue. With 40 sublime dive sites, gin-clear waters, and seasonal gatherings of manta rays, dolphins, turtles and sharks – the Maldives welcomes you to another universe.

Private beach dining at Four Seasons Kuda Haruu Maldives

The Personal Touches – Having a whole team dedicated to making your stay memorable is quite enchanting. From private waiters at your own starlit suppers to Maldivian folklore tales pinned to your pillow.

Surfing at Four Seasons Kuda Haruu, Maldives the perfect family surf trip

The Surfing – Bucket list adventures come fast and furious on the swells of the Maldives. The Kuda Huraa offers intrepid travellers the chance to drop in from the sky with its customized seaplane surf safaris. Not for the faint-hearted.

A lady experiencing a spa treatment at Four Seasons Kuda Haruu Maldives

The Spa – Few spas in the world can boast their very own island, proof that Kuda Huraa takes the art of spiritual wellness very seriously. Still, few memories will flush you with as much wonder as the night you experienced the healing powers of the ocean beneath a flurry of stars.


The Four Seasons Kuda Haruu dhoni sail boat


World class breaks, crystalline lagoons and an endless array of water toys. Whether you like fast and furious speed or gentle drifting, you will find your match on Kuda Huraa.

Four Seasons Kuda Haruu, Maldives cooking spices


Desert island expeditions, sunset cruises to watch spinner dolphins, cooking classes with famed chefs, yoga programs and seaplane photo flights – no two days are the same in paradise.

The Four Seasons Explorer Boat sitting off a deserted islands


Deepwater dives that take you to whale shark hotspots, sunken treasure and fast flowing channels. Surf cruises that guide you off the beaten track and into empty breaks and secluded atolls. Remote villages where the locals greet you with curious smiles. For the intrepid, the Four Seasons Explorer invites you to conquer the culture and colour of the Maldives.


Sitting right in the middle of some of the best breaks the Maldives has to offer – the very name of Kuda Huraa should have you packing your wax. Beginners and groms are sure to find their footing on the mellow peelers that roll across the blue lagoon, whereas experienced surfers will be soil for choice with six world-class breaks on their doorstep.

Ninjas and Tombstones are the spots if you love an easy-peeling right, whereas bowling lefts take centre stage at Honkies. Right-hand tubes race across Cokes and the crown jewel of consistent swells is there for the snatching at Sultans.

Expert Tropicsurf coaches are there to guide the way, or surf cruises depart on the Four Seasons Explorer, heading into the far-flung corners of the outer atolls.

Don’t believe us? Ask Mark Richards, Mark Occhilupo, Tom Curren, Tom Carroll, Taylor Knox, Layne Beachley, Damian Hardman or Nat Young; just a few of the greats to have graced Kuda Huraa’s turquoise breaks.


Surfing at Four Seasons Kuda Haruu, Maldives the perfect family surf trip


Year-round, with biggest and best swells from May to October.


Beginner to Professionals


Medium to High




Reef Break

Direct access to surf break

No direct access to waves

Boat transfers to surrounding breaks

Coaching & Guiding

Equipment Rental

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