Conrad Maldives Rangali Island focuses on sustainability

The property will be launching eco-friendly local community activations over the holidays

The property has revealed a number of guest activations aimed at preserving the nature of Maldives
The property has revealed a number of guest activations aimed at preserving the nature of Maldives

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island will be celebrating the festive season with a focus on community and sustainability. 

The property has revealed a number of guest activations aimed at preserving the nature of Maldives.

From 29 December 2019 to 9 January 2020 a sustainable tree scavenger hunt will take place across the resort with team members building Christmas trees using recycled or up-cycled items including paper, bottles and card-board boxes. The Build a Tree competition will see each tree displayed around the resort allowing guests to hunt each one down with an island map and cast their vote on the most creative. A grand tree lighting ceremony with the winning team will then be announced on Christmas Eve.

The Maldivian Artisan Market held on 26 December 2019, talent from local communities will be presented at the resort. Participants will showcase hand crafted products as well as beauty, fashion and art designs to guests.

From fashion and lifestyle to beauty and art, each artisan will showcase their design, whilst introducing the resorts global guests to an array of contemporary and hand crafted, Maldivian products.

The Beneath the Waves  evening will feature ocean-inspired décor including luminous jelly fish chandeliers and branching coral center pieces. Guests will be entertained by the band, Wendy Robin before the fireworks show on New Years’ Eve.

The property’s GM, Stefano Ruzza said: “GCC holidaymakers value sustainability as well as luxury and within our Maldivian playground we’re able to offer both to our eco-conscious travelers.”

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