Hakura Club Island Resort

Beach Tower-3rd Floor, Boduthakurufaanu Magu
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  • Families100
  • Couples92
  • Solo0
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Hakura Club

by singaporecherry about Water Bungalow

Reason I choose this resort is because is far from Male. The price is reasonable, at USD270 per night at the water bungalow all inclusive package. Other place would have set us back more.

Service is wonderful, but I guess all resort at Maldives provide this kind of service. What I like about this resort is that it provide beach towel which not every resort do. It also has a TV in the room which is important to me. I am the kind of person that need TV to lure me to sleep. There is also a glass panel on the floor for us to view fishes (although not many species).

Conclusion advantages of this resort:
1) Provide beach towel and have TV
2) All inclusive package
3) Have glass panel on the floor
4) Snorkelling gear is included in the package

Overall I am quite satisfied with this resort. The only cons is that the marine life at this resort is scarce. I have not visited other resort but the snorkelling at this resort is no good. Redang is much more better then here in terms of snorkelling.

Seaplane Transfer

by singaporecherry

As mention in my intro. I don't find it a pleasant journey. If I were to go Maldives again, I will look for resort that is near to Male which need only transfer by boat.

Is an very expensive transfer. It cost me USD265 per pax round trip from Male to Hakura Club and vice visa.

Fab Food

by Andreaflem about Hakuraa Restaurant

There are 3 places to eat at Hakura
1. The Beach - you can arrange for a meal on the beach very romantic a little expensive but worth it. Very nice food Lobster steak ect full waiter service. It was windy the night we had ours and the waiter must have tried a dozen times to light the candel on the table but it was too windy we said it was OK but he still kept trying.
2. The coffee shop during the day coffee bar, on a night you can arrange a luxury meal again a little expensive but amazing food.
3. The main restaurant, breakfast - cereals, fruit, all types of bread and danish's. Bacon and sausage( a bit unsure what type of meat these ere made from) eggs which ever way you want, waffles the list goes on.
Lunch and dinner were similar apart from dinner having a theme - indian, chinese, italian etc each night.
There was soup, salads, bread/ rolls rice dishes, fish dishes, chicken/ beef dishes, pasta, BBQ, really something for everyone. Then amazing deserts if you were still hungry.
Almost forgot there were also sandwichs/ cake/pizza served in the bar at tea time ansd midnight. Being able to try Maldivian fish dishes and Indian currys. Also the BBQ food.

Maldives...don't miss it!

by acoelho

"Getting there"

Well, it's really a long way from the south of Europe to the middle of the Indic ocean. We stopped at Bahrain for refueling and by the time we landed in Malé we felt like dead meat.
From Malé to the Meemu Atol it took another hour and an interesting flight in a sea plain with holes in the cabin...
But take it as a man (or a woman), and focus your mind that you'll be spending some days in paradise and everything will be fine.

"The Meemu Atol..."

A small island of the Meemu atol, and the Hakura Club resort with cabins overlooking the coral reef.
It's worthy to get a trip by boat to one or two islands were locals live just to get a good feeling of their culture.

"Snorkling, swimming, slepping, taking sun baths..."

What else is there to do?
Don't worry you will be repeting the sequence day after day and you will not get tired.
Just think that you if you are standing in the beach you can look across the island and see the water on the other side...that the highest elevation point is only 2-3 meters... and that Nemo and it's friends come to welcome you and play with you...
Nice, right?

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Forum Posts

Hakura Club

by trevndebs

Anyone have experience of Hakura?
We're booking May 06 in a water bungalow for 2 weeks and I'm interested in hearing any reports on the diving here.

Many thanks.

RE: Hakura Club

by Ianflemster

Hi,

Hi Hakuraa is owned by John Keels ltd and is excellent for the price. It is beautiful and relaxing, food is top drawer, staff are fantastic (say hi to Fernando the bar manager for me).
A lot of dead coral close to the bungalows but there is a boat trip twice a day to the house reef (about 500 yards)for snorkelling where you can see fantastic reef fish and the usual mantas, sharks, turtles etc

Tip 1 - Take aqua shoes for swimming they are an absolute must!
Tip 2 - If you are like my missus and like to snack, take some of your fave crisps/chocolate etc. Although the food is brilliant its surprising how you start to miss a bag of Walkers! There is a small shop but it only sells souveniers,film,batteries etc.

Enjoy it - you will love it. At the end of the day you are in the Maldives!!!

We were at Hakuraa last September and were booked up again to go back this Nov. Unfortunately Hakuraa was severely damaged by the tsunami and will not be completed in time for us to go in Nov (will be fine for May 06). Subsequently we have changed to Velidhu which is another John Keels resort, slightly more expensive withe 4 star rating.

RE: Hakura Club

by gemmylou

Hi,
I am also looking to book a water bungalo at the Hakura, all inclusive for two weeks in june. I was wondering if you could give me a rough idea of how much it might cost or any tips on good places to book with please? Hope you have a lovely time, let me know how it goes.
xxx

HAKURA CLUB RESORT (Meemu Atoll)

by El-Nino

I wonder if anyone knows something about this resort?
We are considering going there on our honymone and it has been quit tricky to get info about Hakura.

// Daniel

Re: HAKURA CLUB RESORT (Meemu Atoll)

by SiobhanL

Hi Daniel
We haven't been to Hakura Club Resort but we have an excellent book by Adrian Neville called "Resorts of the Maldives" which gives unbiased reports of all the islands. I think it's available on Amazon.com. I will tell you a bit about what he says in his book.
Hakura Club has a number of good aspects but has a large very shallow lagoon which means that it's a 500 hundred metre walk to the end of the jetty to reach water above waist height and another 400 metres to reach the house reef.
A boat is put on twice a day to take guests to the housereef and once a week there is a full day snorkelling excursion.
The food is excellent. The waterbungalows mostly face south but at one end face the sunrise only. The heavy duty pvc roof means its difficult for the a/c unit to cool the place. As a well serviced all inclusive it's hassle free but is a shame that it has the most shallow lagoon of any resort.
We have been to Vilamendhoo, Filitheyo, Makunudu, Villivaru and Royal Island and can recommend all of them especially Filitheyo for a honeymoon.
Regards
Siobhan

Re: HAKURA CLUB RESORT (Meemu Atoll)

by LisaMJ

Hi

Sorry to jump in, I'd like to buy this book, but before I do could you tell me if it covers Taj Exoctica, Kanuhura and Banyan Tree?

Thanks so much!

Re: Re: HAKURA CLUB RESORT (Meemu Atoll)

by El-Nino

Thx for the information. Right now we are considering some offers and one of them is Filitheyo...

//Daniel

Re: Re: HAKURA CLUB RESORT (Meemu Atoll)

by SiobhanL

Hi Daniel
We went to Filitheyo two years ago and it was excellent. Could find nothing to complain about! Accommodation lovely - especially the outdoor shower which was the best we have had in the Maldives. Food was too good and the snorkelling was also good in addition they have a turtle farm which you can ask to see. If you have any questions re Filitheyo feel free to contact me. The only resort that was slightly better was Royal Island which we went to last December and are off to again on Sunday :-) Makunudu was also very good.
Regards
Siobhan

Re: Re: HAKURA CLUB RESORT (Meemu Atoll)

by El-Nino

Now its decided!

No Hakkura, no Filitheyo...
We will go to Laguna Beach Resort for 12 nights.
It looks wonderful, hopefully it will be our best vacation ever!

//Daniel

EMBUDU

by S1234

I AM GOING TO EMBUDU ON SUNDAY FOR 2 WEEKS, I WILL COME BACK AND RATE IT ASAP!!!

CANT WAIT FOR SOME SUN

RE: EMBUDU

by singaporecherry

This is the resort that i am looking at initially but was fully booked during my visit 8 Mar. Reason for choosing this resort is due to comments found in website that it is a good snorkelling resort. However visited Hakura Club for my trip but was disappointed with the snorkelling there. I don't mean those taking boat out for the snokelling trip but refers to just snorkel from beachfront.

Pls feedback on how is the snorkelling at Embudu. Would like to visit Maldives again probably early next year again.

Enjoy your trip.


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