Kandima Maldives unwraps ‘oh-so Eggciting’ Easter activities line-up

Consider yourself in for a treat this holiday season! Oh-so-yummy blend of festive cuisine, stylish drinks and playful entertainment – Kandima Maldives has it all planned! What better way to take an Eggciting Easter trip with your family tribe to the Indian Ocean?

Here are the top seven reasons why Kandima is #YourKindOfPlace during Easter:

1. Family-friendly accommodation

Six Family Sky Studios – extra room, extra cool with two spacious bedrooms and two balconies facing the house lagoon (110 sqm), which are ideal for big families with kids and a nanny. These awesome studios are perfect for four adults or four adults and two children.

2. Free meals and accommodation for children below 12

Now you don’t have to spend fortune on bringing the whole tribe along. It’s a definitely a family affair! So, pack your bags, grab your kids and head on over to #YourKindOfPlace!

3. Kandiland

This Kids’ Club is not only the largest in the country, it is the most fun place ever! This Easter, Kandima is spicing up the kids’ activities with extra awesomeness, including Easter Basket and Bunny Making, Egg Piniata, Mini Picasso Art Classes, Face Painting, Bunny Hair Braiding and Face Painting, Egg Hunting, Disco Night, Bonfire Night and many more.

4. KULA art festival with beach games

Kandima’s famous Kula Art Festival is back this Easter. It is the first of its kind annual event to be ever hosted in any resort in Maldives on such a large scale. The event will turn the entire Kandima into the trendiest, most happening art centre in the Indian Ocean. Twenty creative artists will be showcasing their masterpieces and live art demos; hosting painting classes, beach games, food stalls and KULA Colour Run – an epic trail through clouds of colour on one of the longest stretches of beach in the country. How cool is that?

5. Easter chocolate challenge

Kandima’s Culinary Krew has invited some of the pastry professionals to show off their culinary skills. Split to three teams, the master chefs will compete against each other to create a giant chocolate bonbon sculpture, which will be proudly displayed at Deli food boutique. Now who doesn’t like a little bit of competition and chocolate?

6. Gigantic inflatable Easter Bunny on the beach

This April, Kandima will break the record for installing the highest inflatable toy in Maldives! The inflatable Easter Bunny sculpture will be erected on the Breeze beach and will offer great photoshoot opportunities for everybody on the island.

7. Oh-so Delicious Easter Breakfast and Dinner

Surround yourselves with family and friends and celebrate this spring season in style. Apart from a special Easter Breakfast, guests will enjoy a special dinner on the beach with the giant Easter Bunny sculpture in the background.

Located on a lush tropical island in Dhaalu Atoll, Kandima offers a choice of 266 stylishly designed studios and villas, with 11 different categories to choose from, all of which have a private terrace and endless tropical views to enjoy.

The four-star plus resort, which opened just over a year ago, has first class infrastructure, boasting the largest pool in the Maldives, tennis courts, an art studio, a marine biology school, a kids club, a game room, a library, a gym, a yoga studio and a spa. There is plenty to keep everyone occupied and the array of activities and events on offer is endless, including a huge choice of watersports, diving or snorkelling near the house reef, yoga, Zumba, bicycles, beach volleyball, petanque, arts and crafts lessons, and much more.

The island also offers one of the largest selection of F&B outlets in the country, with an incredible choice of ten restaurants and bars, all featuring unique and individual menus offering flavours of the world from Chinese and Japanese to authentic Maldivian and Mediterranean. So be it tropical or traditional, Kandima has something to suit everyone’s tastes.

For more information and prices, please visit kandima.com, call +960 676 0077 or email mykindofplace@kandima.com.

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