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Luxury, water-slides, museums and more: Cora Cora Maldives

Officially launched on October 1, 2021; Cora Cora Maldives is a brand 100 villas luxury property in the Maldives. Apart from featuring four restaurants, two bars, an excellent spa facility, watersports centre, gym, yoga pavilion, outdoor cinema, and kids club, this property also houses the country’s second-largest collection of cultural artifacts at its in-house museum.

It sits in the quiet Raa atoll, 45 minutes by seaplane from Velana International Airport in Male, or 30 minutes from there via domestic flight to a local airport, followed by a 30-minute speedboat to the island.

Four restaurants will be available, including Bowls for Asian cuisine; Teien, a specialist Japanese restaurant; Acquapazza, an Italian restaurant and beach club; Bazaar for all-day dining; and My Coffee, an all-day cafe and bar.

Talking about this brilliant new property, Karishma Kazi, Founder, Black Turtle (Sales & Marketing representative of Cora Cora Maldives in India) said, “It’s a brand new resort and the first guest arriving on October 16, 2021. Situated in Raa Atoll, which offers unlimited snorkeling experience and is excellent for divers: cherry on the cake is, we are 5* Padi Certified resort.” To ensure the brand reaches out to the right target audience, Black Turtle is working on well-planned marketing and business strategy. Furthermore, to avoid rate parity, the company has exclusively tied up with four wholesales in India – Destination Masters, OneAbove, Island Hopper, and Island Group, informed Kazi.

“Our guests are pampered with the best inclusions when it comes to beverages as we have world-class cocktails, 24X7 coffee shop where guests can sip coffee with snacks and spirits too. Additionally, guests will also receive a 45 minutes complimentary spa once during their 4-night stay along with sunset cruise as an excursion to pamper them even further,” added Kazi.

Talking about the licensed art gallery, the collection includes around 400 artifacts, which date from the country’s pre-Islamic period to colonial days, and include an oil lamp from the Buddhist period and immaculately preserved Chinese porcelain from the 16th century.

Larger exhibits such as a traditional Maldivian wooden house and a 900-year-old bathing tank can be seen at the outdoor museum at the center of the island.