New Indian Ocean resort brand Atmosphere, promoted by the renowned Maldivian resort developer EoN Resorts, will launch the first of its properties in the Maldives this year. The Atmosphere brand will offer a unique and local experience immersing travellers in the natural and cultural environment of the Indian Ocean.
Ahmed Adeeb Abdul Gafoor, Minister of Tourism, Maldives, speaks to Breaking Travel News at ITB Berlin 2013.
Hussain Afeef, Crown Company, speaks to Breaking Travel News at ITB Berlin 2013.
Mohamed Maleeh Jamal, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Tourism, Arts, & Culture, Maldives, speaks to Breaking Travel News at ITB Berlin 2013.
Jason Kruse, General Manager, Kurumba Maldives, speaks to Breaking Travel News at ITB Berlin 2013.
Kiran Sonawane & Shuhan Ahmed, sales manager & executive assistant manager, Baros Maldives, speak to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Awards 2012 Grand Final Gala Ceremony in Delhi, India.
Fabrice Collot, general manager, Maradiva Villas Resort & Spa, speaks to Breaking Travel News at World Travel Awards 2012 Grand Final Gala Ceremony in Delhi, India.
Coco Collection, an established portfolio of Maldivian owned resorts, has opened Coco Privé, a new private island retreat in the Maldives. Located in North Malé Atoll, Maldives, the island Kuda Hithi, Coco Privé can accommodate up to 12 guests and costs between US$8,000 and US$32,500 per night depending on the season.
Think of the Maldives and beautiful white-sand beaches and warm, turquoise-blue seas to explore may spring to mind. However, over recent years, the Maldives’ underwater world as a whole has weathered a few storms and natural disasters and now needs help be restored.
Minister Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism & Culture and Minister Ahmed Adeeb Abdul Gafoor, the Maldives Minister for Tourism, Arts & Culture discussed the Indian Ocean as a Tourism Region in its own right during meetings at World Travel Market in London this week.
Ahmed Adheeb, minister of tourism, Maldives; Mohamed Khaleel, Maldives high commissioner to Singapore, and M Maniku, chairman, Maldives Travel Association at the World Travel Awards Asia, Australasia and Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony 2012
The main tourism associations of the Maldives are celebrating after a massive 17.6 per cent year-on-year increase in visitor arrivals was recorded in 2011. The Maldives is considered the World’s Most Romantic Destination by the World Travel Awards.