Cinnamon Dhonveli Maldives launches initiative to reduce plastic use
Cinnamon Dhonveli Maldives has launched a new initiative to reduce the use of plastic.
As part of a Drinking Water Project, the resort aims to set up a drinking water plant with glass bottles, thereby eliminating plastic bottled water consumption.
Paper straws and wooden stirrers are already being provided to guests on request as plastic ones are being gradually phased out.
Finally, from November this year, the resort will work with Parley Maldives, an organisation that addresses environmental threats, especially ocean plastic pollution in the country, to responsibly dispose of plastics used in renovation works.
Located no more than a 25-minute speedboat ride from the main Velana International Airport, Dhonveli’s proximity and diversity combine to make it one of the most popular destinations in the Maldives.
The island is constantly buzzing with action as divers, surfers and beach bums alike find a common ground in the world of excitement this little island has to offer. Magnificent waves and a policy of sustainable surfing combine to make Pasta Point at Cinnamon Dhonveli one of the most sought after surfing locations by award-winning surfers from around the world.
Large families, groups of friends, divers and snorkelling buffs all seem to find a comfortable common ground in the heady atmosphere of the 16-acre island as well. Sink your teeth into our succulent seafood and indulge in the theme nights at each of the three restaurants with the best of international cuisine. Unwind at the spa or sink into the comforts of the 148 plush rooms.