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Check out How Resorts in the Maldives Celebrated Earth Hour 2021

Earth Hour 2021
Resorts in the Maldives joined millions of people around the globe to celebrate Earth Hour 2021 by turning off their lights.

Resorts in the Maldives joined millions of people all around the globe to celebrate Earth Hour 2021. Some of the island retreats in the Maldives got creative with decorations and when turned off their lights to spread awareness on sustainability and climate change. Check out how these 5 Resorts in the Maldives celebrated the Earth Hour 2021.

Lily Beach Resort & Spa
Image: Lily Beach Resort & Spa

Lily Beach Resort & Spa turned off the lights and stood quietly together. The resort said they reflected on the lovely Earth and the ways to bring awareness to the many challenges it faces today.

Amari Havodda Maldives
Image: Amari Havodda Maldives

To mark the day, Amari Havodda Maldives’ General Manager alongside EuroDivers Instructor Jaey and all the certified divers at the resort team arranged a reef cleaning in front of the supply jetty. Moreover, the power was interrupted for a full hour in the afternoon at this resort.

Gili Lankanfushi, Maldives
Earth Hour 2021
Image: Gili Lankanfushi, Maldives

Gili Lankanfushi dimmed all the lights and lit candles at Meera Spa, Kashiveli, By The Sea, and the OverWater Bar. For the evening, guests enjoyed a destination dining experience under the moonlit sky with a live band playing melodic tunes, as they savoured mouthwatering dishes prepared by the resort’s team of chefs.

Vakkaru Maldives
Earth Hour 2021
Image: Vakkaru Maldives

Vakkaru’s hospitality pillar ‘Let’s Kare’ reflects the commitment to making a meaningful, positive difference to the environment. Hence, Vakkaru Maldives’ team joined the global initiative by switching off non-essential lights for 60 minutes.

JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa

JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa joined millions around the world to celebrate ‘Earth Hour’. The luxury resort switched off all unnecessary lights for one hour to support environmental awareness and conserve energy.

How did you celebrate the Earth Hour this year?

Feature image by JW Marriott Maldives Resort & Spa
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Dusit Thani Maldives Celebrates Earth Day with Sustainable Initiatives!

Dusit Thani Maldives celebrated Earth Day with a series of initiatives aimed at promoting sustainability and environmental conservation. In honour of Earth Day, Dusit Thani Maldives implemented several eco-friendly practices, including:

  • Beach clean-up: Removing plastic waste and other debris to protect marine life.
  • Tree planting: Contributing to the resort’s efforts to create a greener environment and offset carbon emissions.
  • Sustainable dining: Restaurants showcased a special menu. Locally sourced, sustainable ingredients were featured.
  • Conservation awareness: Educational sessions and activities were hosted to raise awareness about environmental conservation.

These initiatives carried out by Dusit Thani Maldives are a part of the resort’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and eco-conscious practices. Dusit Thani Maldives has been setting an example for the hospitality industry. Not only has the resort taken measures to reduce waste, but they actively work towards conserving energy and protecting the environment as well. So far, Dusit Thani Maldives has implemented several initiatives to reduce its environmental impact and contribute to the well-being of the local ecosystem.

The measures include:
  • Energy efficiency: Dusit Thani Maldives has invested in energy-efficient systems and technologies.
  • Water conservation: Employing advanced water management strategies to minimize water consumption.
  • Marine conservation: Dusit Thani actively participates in marine conservation efforts including coral propagation programs in addition to regular reef clean-ups.
  • Community engagement: The resort also collaborates with local communities on education and sustainability projects.
  • Waste management: Dusit Thani Maldives also emphasises waste reduction, recycling, and responsible waste disposal practices.
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