My glorious 2 week stay at Four Seasons Maldives at both resorts was a dream Journey. Randy Shimabuku, the GM of Four Seasons Kudaa Huraa, had me scheduled every hour of my week stay. I would bump into him on property, he would inquire, how is it going?! My reply: I’m exhausted – you have me scheduled in activities from 7 am and I have dinner with you or someone from each department every night! There was a method to his madness, I became an expert on the resort and I can advise my clients on activities and which property would suit them. Actually, I would recommend a stay at both for various reasons.
A growing update on my Coral Cage at Kuda Huraa! In January, 2018, during my glorious 2 week visit to the Maldives, I built and sponsored a Coral Cage. In an effort to propagate coral in the Maldives, the coral cages offers hope for the world’s threatened reefs. Metal cages submerged in the Indian Ocean will help regenerate battered reefs and improve protection of vulnerable coastlines from rising sea levels.
My last morning at Kuda Hura was spent building the small coral frame cage, wiring a few pieces of coral on the frame which was dropped into the seas near the Four Seasons.
This coral frame has been sponsored by Gwen Books – Lifestyle Management the label reads “Gwen Books – Lifestyle Management” It was transplanted to the Water Villa area on Jan 24 2018 with the species Acropora digitifera, Acropora intermedia, Acropora muricata, framce. Frame #KH2062 at Kuda Huraa.
You too can sponsor a frame to stimulate coral growth, the reefscape team sends photos periodically to share the coral growth.
Sponsor a Coral Cage and make a plan to visit and see the progress, do good while confined! Link for sponsoring a cage: http://reefscapers.com/coral-frame-sponsorship/
Ultimately, I would advise you to visit the Four Seasons Maldives, nothing prepared me for the beauty of the indigo seas.
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