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Chocoholics Love these 05 Resorts in the Maldives

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To help you embrace your love for chocolates when you holiday in the Maldives, we’re bringing you the 05 loved by chocoholics.

Every year, chocoholics around the globe come together to celebrate World Chocolate Day. Celebrated on 7th July, this is the occasion for everyone to indulge and gift others some tasty chocolates.

To help you embrace your love for chocolates when you holiday in the Maldives, we’re bringing you the 05 resorts in the island destination loved by chocoholics.

1. Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru Maldives

Let me paint you a picture; chocolate, snowy white sandy beach, beautiful blues of the sea, and sunshine. You get all of this at Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru Maldives. In line with its swiss roots, Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts dedicates one hour for some sweet treats at all its properties worldwide. This includes Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru Maldives too!

Chocoholics can enjoy the Chocolate Hour at Mövenpick Coffee & Wine Lounge located at the resort. At this ‘oasis of gourmet sampling’, guests can treat themselves to some éclairs, brownies, truffles, Live Praline station and much more. Furthermore, the island retreat is the only resort in the Maldives which offers this exclusive chocolate experience.

2. Soneva Jani

Every day at Soneva Jani is a chocolate day. One of the most iconic luxury resorts in the world, Soneva Jani has its very own chocolate room. Guests have complimentary access to this room 24/7.

At the chocolate room, guests will find gourmet treats from mouth-watering truffles to decadent macarons crafted by the resort’s skilled patissiers. By the way, even Soneva Fushi in the Maldives has its very own chocolate room.

3. LUX* North Male

According to the LUX* North Male, a holiday is incomplete without ice cream. That’s why the resort has its very own ice cream parlour; ICI. This fascinating spot features in-house ice cream production facilities. And you know what kind of ice cream is the best? CHOCOLATE!

4. Six Senses Laamu

You can get a ‘With Love from Laamu’ chocolate box from Six Senses Laamu. This box comes with 36 different flavours of organic chocolate, individually crafted right at the luxury resort in the Maldives. Six Senses Laamu produces all of its chocolate from Bean to Bar. The sustainable resort only uses handpicked organic Criollo beans and brown sugar from the Sri Lankan highlands.

5. Kanuhura Maldives

Holidaymakers can explore exquisite cuisines from all over the world at Kanuhura Maldives. In addition to that, to complete the experience, Kokaa Wellness Retreat and Spa (declared The World’s Best Spa’ by National Geographic Traveller magazine) offers a world of blissful serenity for travellers in need of pampering.

Feature image by Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru Maldives

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Here’s How Google is Making Travel More Sustainable!

Since the launch of OpenAI, We’ve all been using ChatGpt to plan our next trip. Not only does it help you plan your whole itinerary to fit your budget, but AI is also able to suggest you the hotspots to visit. Although this has been the latest buzz in the travel community, Google is set to take things up a notch as well to help you travel more sustainably. Just a few weeks ago, Google shared some exciting updates, revealing its plans to introduce some cool AI-powered features in some of its products!

If you’re planning a trip, what are some of the first things you do? Looking up the best countries to visit this summer? What are the most budget-friendly travel spots? What are the visa requirements? How can I travel more sustainably? We all go to Google to find the answers to some of these pressing travel questions. Although Google has always been a reliable source, where travellers share their top secrets, things are about to get better. As Google continues to improve its travel-friendly features, there are going to be some exciting updates to its Maps, Search, Flights as well as Hotel products. According to Skift, some of these features are going to be powered by Google’s Gemini generative AI technology.

How to Plan a Trip with Google’s Latest Updates

If you’ve been struggling to plan out your travel itinerary, Google’s latest AI-powered trip planner might be your saviour. That’s not all, Google has introduced a lot more options for travellers to enjoy!

  • Find transport alternatives with Google: With its latest expansion, travellers can find train schedules as well as ticket prices. This feature is directly linked to the search, showing the schedules and prices for 38 different countries. This includes Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, the UK, and the U.S. Additionally you can also use this feature to look for buses. If you’re travelling to Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, the UK, or the U.S., this might come in handy!
  • Locate charging stations: As travellers choose more sustainable options, it has become increasingly important to locate the nearest charging stations. This update is built into the Maps app of electric vehicles. This update allows drivers to locate charging stations. The best part is that you can get the wait times, charging speed and reviews from other travellers. You can also turn on the new feature to spot hotels that have vehicle charging stations!
  • Calculate your Carbon Emission with Google: If you want to calculate your carbon emission, you can now also do that through Google. In addition to finding estimated emissions for flights, you can also get flight suggestions through Google’s Travel Impact Model. You can now figure out your carbon emissions through this emissions calculator!

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