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What Are Some Things You Must Pack For a Trip?

When booking the perfect trip, we all look into the perfect travel bag, travel visa and travel cards. But there is so much more to packing for a trip than the essentials. We might know the perfect clothes and the cheapest flights to book to a destination. But, some essentials could make or break a trip. Imagine you book a trip to the Maldives and you forget to bring your charging cable. Although it’s easy to drop by a shop to get a new charger, the stress is just not worth it. This is why so many people have made lists before their trip. Well, we’ve made our list of some extras that can amp up your next trip to any destination.

Apple AirTag

We’ve all seen people losing their bags. Whether it’s the airport or the train station, lost baggage can really ruin your trip. One of the best ways to make sure that you can keep a tag on your baggage is by putting an Apple AirTag on it. This way, whether your baggage got lost in transition or stolen, there is a much easier fix than running around in circles. This hack has become more common as of late, as baggage tends to end up in the wrong places, never making it to your hotel. The next time you book a trip for summer vacation, take that extra safety measure by using an Apple Airtag.

Noise Cancelling Headphones

Do you have a long flight coming up? Are you worried about babies crying on the flight for 16 hours straight? Well, there is no way to control a crying baby, but you can always wear noise-cancelling headphones for the noise. This tip is also perfect for anyone who is booking a trip to the Maldives. We all love a good seaplane ride, whether it’s on TMA, Manta Air or Maldivian. But a lot of people struggle to enjoy the scenery due to the loud noise of the seaplane. Just put on your noise-cancelling headphones and enjoy the ride!

Powerbank / Portable Charger

If you’re planning a trip that requires a lot of sightseeing, don’t forget to pack a power bank or a portable charger. Although this travel tip comes in handy in general, it’s especially important on adventure trips. But it’s better to not take the risk for long-haul flights either. The last thing you want is to be stuck at an airport with a 1% charge or have your phone die while you’re still on the flight. Although a lot of us dismiss this one, a good power bank can save your trip. Its easier to carry a small portable charging device around than continue to charge your phone every single time at your hotel.

Adapter for International Trips

We all learn this travel tip the hard way – bringing an international adapter. Sometimes it’s hard to guess which type of adapter is used in the country we are travelling to. So rather than taking a guess, it’s always better to pack an international adapter so you can charge your devices from any corner of the world. Although you can opt to buy an adapter from the destination, it’s much easier to add in the small device into your travel bag than worrying about it during your trip.

Bagsmart Cable Organiser

This travel tip is especially important for digital nomads who are exploring different destinations. But if you’re a traveller who takes their laptops and other devices on trips, this one is for you as well. Just like how you would get a make-up bag, you can also get a bagsmart cable organiser. Not only will this ensure that you pack all your cables to and back from you trip, but it will also help keep things untagled and less messy!

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Looking Ahead: Festivities in Maldives Resorts for the Coming Months

Did you know that the Maldives is not only a destination for stunning beaches and luxurious resorts but also a hub of vibrant festivities and celebrations?

As we move through 2024, several resorts are gearing up to host an array of exciting events, promising unforgettable experiences for their guests. Here’s a glimpse into what’s in store:

World Turtle Day at Amilla Maldives

Amilla Maldives will celebrate World Turtle Day this May 23rd. The resort is celebrating with educational activities aimed at raising awareness about turtle conservation. Guests can participate in activities that support preservation efforts while enjoying the resort’s natural beauty​.

Unforgettable Spring Festivities at Dusit Thani Maldives

From 29 March to 15 May 2024, Dusit Thani Maldives will host vibrant springtime festivities, featuring special events for Easter, Eid al-Fitr, and Thailand’s Songkran Water Festival. Guests can enjoy unique cultural experiences, live music, and festive activities, along with exclusive packages and promotions for a memorable stay.

Wellness Retreats Throughout the Year

Resorts that focus on wellness & health always offer wellness retreats throughout the year. In addition to getting advice from experts, guests can also get curated experiences from these retreats. Soneva Resorts, Amilla Maldives, as well as Patina Maldives, feature some amazing experiences for guests. In addition to these resorts, guests can also look into any resort that focuses on spa & wellness retreats.

Eid Celebrations

Just like any other celebrations in the Maldives, Maldives resorts bring travellers festive Eid celebrations. This vibrant festivity is marked with special offers and a variety of activities perfect for families to enjoy. This year, Hideaway Beach Resort & Spa, Sun Siyam Resorts, and Bandos Maldives offered colourful Eid celebrations.

Christmas & Easter Celebrations

Easter & Christmas celebrations are arguably some of the most widely celebrated festivity in Maldives resorts. During this time period, many resorts turn into wonderlands not only for kids but also for adults. As people book their getaway to enjoy the warm climate of the Maldives, this is also the high tourist season in the country. From December to January, almost every day brings something new. Whether it’s brunch, beach parties, pool parties or fun with Santa, you won’t get bored!

New Year’s Eve & New Year

Although many places would say this is the same celebration, in the Maldives New Year’s Eve and New Year’s celebrations are also different. New Year’s Eve is usually made up of festive gala dinners straight out of a dream. Guests can enjoy live entertainment, amazing meals and endless drinks! Some of the usual highlights also include fireworks and fire dancers.

New Year’s Day is followed by brunches and more activities to welcome the new year. During this period of time, the resorts host an abundance of parties and themed celebrations as well. Guests can also explore the Orthodox Christmas celebration in January, which is the last celebration of the festivities.

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