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COMO Cocoa Island

From its personalised service and sophisticated cuisine to its distinctive design, authentic culture and calming spa, our Maldives luxury resort works hard to tailor the experience to your needs. We can orchestrate customised cruises to neighbouring islands and beaches; plan private dinners at secluded locations; arrange yoga, diving or snorkelling; and create adventures for families travelling together.

 

Address and Contact

COMO Cocoa Island, known locally as Makunufushi, is located among South Malé’s coral atolls. Importantly, guests do not need seaplanes to access the island; it is just a 40-minute speedboat transfer from the international airport on Malé (the main island).

Directions and Getting There

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COMO Cocoa Island

Makunufushi
South Malé Atoll
Replublic of Maldives

General enquiries and more information

E. cocoaisland@comohotels.com
T. +960 664 1818

Cocoa Island Reservations

E. res.cocoaisland@comohotels.com
T. +960 664 1818

  • Seasonality - Cocoa Island

Seasonality

The Maldives are a year-round destination with a near constant temperature of 86°F (30°C). The water temperature remains steady never falling below 77°F (25°C) and reaching 84°F (29°C) during high season. However the islands are tropical and therefore also subject to two distinct seasons, or monsoons. April is a transitional time between these two seasons and is known for the clear water, which is appealing to divers. The iruvai (northeast monsoon) is hot and dry and runs from December to April, making this the official high season when the islands enjoy little rain and low humidity. Rain is more likely from May to November (during hulghangu, or southwest monsoon), making this the official low season.

  • Design - Cocoa Island

Design

The style of COMO Cocoa Island is like that of no other luxury hotel in the Maldives. With a uniquely local aesthetic, the resort’s 33 suites and villas are inspired by the gently curving wooden forms of the local ‘dhoni’ fishing boats. Each bungalow, connected by a sinuous planked walkway, sits offshore and overhangs the lagoon. Built of New Zealand pine with Kajan thatched roofs, each suite has high raftered ceilings and glossy teak floors. Floor-to-ceiling windows open to substantial decks, blurring the line between inside and out. Blue and white décor further brings the sea, sand and sky into the heart of every room.