Festive season offers at Vakkaru Maldives

Property has launched a 35% discount on room rates

The property will also be hosting a festive high tea, a Christmas market with stalls of food and beverage offerings, spa products, boutique items and local souvenirs
The property will also be hosting a festive high tea, a Christmas market with stalls of food and beverage offerings, spa products, boutique items and local souvenirs

Vakkaru Maldives has introduced festive offers and activities for the season.

Valid from December 20, 2019 to January 11, 2020, the resort has launched a 35% discount on room rates inclusive of breakfast at Amaany.

The property will also be hosting a festive high tea, a Christmas market with stalls of food and beverage offerings, spa products, boutique items and local souvenirs throughout the festive weeks.

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The Christmas days and New Year’s Eve will be hosting lobster and champagne dinner, Thai nights and a Christmas Eve gala dinner and Latino buffets. The dining venues at the property will be playing live music throughout the season.

The carnival-themed New Year’s Eve celebration on Vakku beach will feature games, a range of live food stalls, live acts and music as well as selection of drinks.

The property will also be holding a Pearl & Caviar New Year’s brunch at Vakkaru Reserve, a mini brunch for kids at Parrotfish Club and a book-signing with Megan Hess for the launch of her third book, Bonjour Riviera.

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