Love, celebrations at Reethi Faru Resort
You don’t just celebrate, but redefine love in Maldives — unquestionably the most picturesque setting in the world.
Known for its stunning white-sand beaches, turquoise lagoons, unparalleled waterscapes, gorgeously chic villas over the water and land, everyday is a celebration in the Maldives!
At Reethi Faru, the bio-luxury resort, love and celebration were in the air last week, as couples, friends and families came together to share their love messages and secret wishes at the Valentine’s Day get-together.
The resort’s little cupid-angle distributed bare hearts, on which guests poured their emotions out to express their love for each other.
Reethi Faru is one big family and guests are a big part of it. So, as a symbolic gesture, the hearts filled with love messages were united and tied on the branches of the resort’s Banyan Tree.
The tree, a salient feature at Reethi Faru Resort, is filled with hearts carrying the names of the resort’s eco-warriors – guests who have participated in its sustainability initiatives have a permanent place in their heart.
Sustainability is at the heart of all that Reethi Faru does, and as a special gesture the resort created a heart, made out of natural resources – broken wooden branches and rope made with coconut husk.
“We hope that going forward our family will keep growing and more and more of our guests and patrons will keep joining our sustainability journey. We will soon be announcing our Valentine’s Day Contest winners,” the resort said, in an announcement.
Reethi Faru is a stunning, one-of-a-kind, tropical island paradise where the glistening, crystal clear ocean meets endless white coral sand and tropical foliage making this a truly magical, lagoon escape.
The resort is family run and has an enviable pedigree thanks to its drive for conserving the natural beauty of the islands and sustaining the ecosystems upon which the fragile coral reef relies.
This breath-taking, tropical island paradise is proud to have guardianship of all that nature has created on a tiny island in Raa Atoll, measuring just six hundred by three hundred and fifty metres.
Guests can unwind in one of one hundred and fifty traditional, luxurious Maldivian villas, either complete with Jacuzzi, nestled in tropical gardens, beachside, or on stilts over the turquoise water.