What would you do if you had an island all to yourself? 🎥 Jeremy Austiin
Sunrise moments 📸 Sukaina Rajabali Food Photography
The world's first exclusive-use UNESCO hideaway 📸 @ thetravelpro (via IG)
Did you know that clownfish and sea anemone need each other to survive in the wild? These two species protect one another and fulfill each other's needs through a mutualistic relationship. The kind of 'love' we like to celebrate on Valentine's Day - over and under water. Happy Valentine's Day to all!
Dhoni cruisin' in paradise 📸 @ saltyluxe (via IG)
Manta season is just around the corner. Have you made plans for your adrenalin-packed, 'mantastic' late spring escape? 📸 Simon Hilbourne Scubography Manta Trust
It's #WomenInScience day! Celebrating our resident Marine Savers and Manta Trust marine biologists: coral specialists, oceanographers, turtle rehab experts and manta researchers... Louise, Kirsty, Emily, Tori, Ale, Hannah and Chathurika are all an inspiration for their outstanding dedication to marine environment conservation and for advancing the research in their field. Find out more about their work at our Marine Discovery Centres in Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru.
Excited to take part in #baabrcrawl today! 📽Swim Maldives has organised a week long open water swimming event in Baa Atoll. 8 swimmers will reach 22 islands covering over 43 km and today they arrived in Landaa Giraavaru! They are raising awareness on ocean conservation, environment protection and promoting healthy lifestyle choices - like taking up open water swimming lessons! 👉 See Facebook / IG stories for the full event coverage
Sharks have been cruising the oceans for 400 million years. They are top of their marine food chains and help to regulate the populations of species below them. Threatened with extinction due to illegal poaching, hunting or fishing in certain countries, without sharks the entire marine ecosystem would be thrown out of balance.
Water villa wake up calls 🕰 📸 @ saltyluxe (via IG)
Get ready for the sub-aquatic adventure of a lifetime! Explore the depths of the underwater kingdom in the world’s first DeepFlight Super Falcon 3S with our Guest Relation stars Michelle, Jun, Evelyn, Miku and Khaoula who speak Chinese, Korean, Russian, Japanese and Arabic, respectively. Check out our IGTV for the full videos
When every day is like Sunday 😎 📸 Alina Schulte im Hoff
Blues therapy 📸 @ andredemello (via IG)
No one but you 📸 @ mgtenazas (via IG)
What if this were the opening chapter of the best part of your life 💖? 📸 @ dotorii1652 (via IG)
A rare encounter with a Bowmouth Guitarfish during a Four Seasons Explorer scuba diving cruise. A solitary species, it uses camouflage when swimming to adapt their colour to the surrounding environment. These animals also present a row of large spines over their eyes, nape and pectoral fins which have a defensive function. Listed as Vulnerable by the IUCN Red List, little is known about the biology and population status of this species. Curious and curiouser? Here's how to encounter the most mysterious marine life in Maldives
Manta rays have migrated for a few months but will be back soon to Baa Atoll. Are you ready to 'manta' in 2019? 📸 @s.hilbourne @scubography
How would you like your breakfast served...in bed or in pool? Choice is all yours 📸 Sukaina Rajabali Food Photography
Dispelling the January blues 💖 📸 @ jinikim85 (via IG)
New year, new Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts: our sister property Four Seasons Astir Palace Hotel Athens is to open soon! On the sophisticated Athens Riviera, Astir Palace Hotel offers a laid-back seaside escape just 30 minutes from Athens city centre. Be among the first to experience the first Four Seasons in Greece!
“And the winner is...” 🏆 These are 2018’s most liked Instagram posts. Which one is your favourite? Give 📸 @ mgtenazas, alexpreview, thetravelpro, jeremyaustiin, missangievilla & sheenawanders (via IG) a round of applause 👏👏 and continue sharing your #fsmaldives moments to be in with a chance to be featured on our social media channels!
Sea turtles remain under threat in the world’s oceans and are officially listed as threatened by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Five of the seven species of sea turtles can be found in the Maldives, with one of the most common being the Green Turtle often sighted living on the reef.
Yesterday marked the graduation ceremony of 48 apprentices from Four Seasons Resorts Maldives Apprenticeship Class of 2018 – taking the total number of graduates to date over the magic ‘500 milestone’ to 536! The graduation took place in Malé in the presence of Minister of Environment and Energy, Mr. Thoriq Ibrahim. In addition, to celebrating the achievements of the Class of 2018 – the event also marked the inauguration of 70 new apprentices into the Class of 2019, marking yet another record-breaking intake for the programme. Congratulations are in order to past, present and future graduates and apprentices!
Since 1998 Four Seasons has enlisted the help of Marine Savers to help ailing coral reefs and generate new ones. The resulting coral propagation project has grown to become one of the most successful of its kind in the world; having transplanted over 60,000 fragments of coral between 2005 and 2009 alone, it is hoped that the project’s ground-breaking clone selection research will one day lay the foundation for the worldwide use of coral frames to help protect reefs against global warming. All guests - even the little ones! - can participate in the building of coral reefs at our Resorts.
There are few places on earth with a level of service so revered as that found at Kuda Huraa: it’s a culture of teamwork, caring and belonging, strengthened by a core of more than 30 members of staff who have been with the property for 20 years or longer. These are the stories of some of our Kuda Heroes http://bit.ly/2JlyfxM