Maldives Tourism lures Indian tourists through initiatives

Maldives Tourism lures Indian tourists through initiatives

2011: In glamourous evening celebrated with wine and cheese, Maldives Tourism Promotion Board and the Jumeirah group came together to celebrate the opening of the Jumeirah Dhevanafushi in Maldives.

This exclusive all-suite Jumeirah resort is set to open in the first quarter of 2011. The resort includes 22 island villas, three restaurants and a bar, as well as Talise Spa.

The evening also included marine-inspired art works by artist Bipasha Sen Gupta. The art exhibition was hosted to encourage conservation of marine life. Incredibly, Maldives Tourism has pledged to become completely carbon-free in the next decade, in a bid to conserve its coral reefs and marine life.

Travelling to Maldives is certainly going to be more pleasurable now!

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