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Covid-19 Health and Hygiene

With effect from October 2021, additional measures will be implemented by the resort team to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our guests and team members during this time.

Your health and safety is our highest priority at Cora Cora Maldives. These measures aim to safeguard the wellbeing of team members, guests and partners by reducing the risk of COVID-19 exposure at the resort.

The Cora Cora Cares Plan is designed in full compliance with the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Tourism ‘Guideline for opening Tourism in the Maldives’, the Ministry of Health ‘Public Health Interventions to prevent COVID-19 Transmission in the Tourism Sector’ and Cora Cora Maldives ‘Care, Clean and Compliance policy’.

TEMPERATURE CHECKS

For all guests and hosts upon arrival, departure as well as when required.

PROTECTIVE FACE MASK

To be always worn by all team members indoors as well as public areas where social distancing is not possible.

HAND SANITIZERS

Are available in all public areas and in the restrooms.

SOCIAL DISTANCING

Of 3 feet or 1 metre apart is always recommended.

LUGGAGE SANITIZATION

Upon arrival and departure.

SUSPENDED SELF-SERVICE BUFFET EXPERIENCE

At live cooking stations, guests will be served by chefs. Food orders will also be taken by servers and brought to the table upon request.

DINING AT RESTAURANTS

With social distancing protocols.

CLEANING AND DISINFECTING

Frequency will be increased for high-touch frequency surfaces in all public areas such as restrooms, tables and chairs at restaurants and buggies.

DAILY HOUSEKEEPING SERVICE

will be established on a case by case basis as per the guest preference.

VILLA AMENITIES

Extra pillows, stationeries, additional toilet rolls will be available upon request.

SWIMMING POOL

Will be limited to 30 persons at a given time with social distancing measures in place.

SPA TREATMENT AT MOKSHA SPA & WELLBEING CENTER

Spa therapists will wear face mask during treatment.

As per compliance of the Health Protection Agency, our Team members are fully vaccinated. 

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    Cora Cora Maldives
    Culture

    This might be your first experience of the wonders of the Maldives,
    but our island has been welcoming visitors for more than 900 years.
    And once you’ve set foot on the soft sand glowing in the warm sun,
    who can blame them? 

    Step this way to peek into a time when the island bustled and hustled with travelers who stopped by for different reasons. They didn’t come here to relax – although they almost certainly did some of that when they arrived – but as a trading post.

    Ships sailed the Spice Routes, and our atoll (ring-shaped cluster of coral islands) was the ideal spot to stop, do a little trading, restock and wait for the weather and winds to turn in their favor.

    Excavations on Maamigili – the island Cora Cora Maldives is on – have revealed more than 60 remarkable finds. And we have also sourced more than 400 fascinating relics from across the Maldives, which we have curated into the Museum of Island Heritage.

    When you arrive for check-in, take time to look around the museum gallery in the lobby. Here, you’ll see 17th-century porcelain from China’s Qing dynasty, an oil lamp thought to be around 1,500 years old from the Early Byzantine era and impressive cowrie shells, which were used as currency in the 17th century.

    In the centre of the island, explore our outdoor site, where you’ll discover ancient memorials dating back 500 years, and perhaps the most extraordinary find on the island – two temple tanks thought to be around 900 years old. These shallow wells were used for bathing and ceremonial purposes, and are remarkably well preserved. 

    Finally, visit our 120-year-old traditional Maldivian house, with displays of traditional island life in the 1900s, to get a feel for what’s it might be like to live on Maamigili year-round – an idea you’ll probably be considering after staying on our sunny shores for a few days.

    History buffs won’t want to miss the chance of a free guided tour with our museum expert, so ask the concierge for times.

    Other Experiences

    Our private island is packed with thrilling adventures on land and sea

    Experiences

    Grab a board, snorkel or kayak and make waves in our lagoon – or go further with scuba or deep-sea boat trips

    Experiences

    Let kids aged 3 to 12 burn off energy and expand their creativity with our activity-filled all-day sessions

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