The gorgeous Cheval Blanc Randheli resort now has a marine biologist for underwater exploring


Today’s traveller is not not like yesteryear’s. People are now more aware, alert and informed about the choices they make. They don’t want to merely relax on the beach or delve into some major pampering, but explore and absorb. Island Survival Walks, Educational Lectures and Interactive Diving – these will welcome you at the exclusive Cheval Blanc Randheli in the Maldives. Guests will be accompanied by world renowned marine biologist and ecotourism specialist Robin Aiello. You will learn what to do if you get stranded on a tropical island – not just rely on Cast Away and the series Lost. You will comb the beach and be told how to poke out hermit crabs and shells from their habitat while also remaining safe from their snaps. You can experience dives and snorkeling in the reefs and not be afraid to be swallowed by carnivorous planktons. Harvard-trained Robin comes with some 20 years of experience working on rebuilding the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. You can learn about the Secret Lives of Fish, Underwater Rainbows and many more such interesting stuff. Children will love it, and you don’t have to worry about the iPad going out of charge in the middle of an island to keep them entertained. There is plenty for everyone to enjoy, it seems. That, added with Cheval Blanc hospitality – really, what more can one need? Hmm? Robin will be at the property from March 26 to April 16.

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Where : Cheval Blanc Randheli
Noonu Atoll, Maldives
Phone : +960 656-1515