Enter our name the sea creature competition

Enter our competition to name sea creatures found at Constance Halaveli in the Maldives, and you could win a set of luxury Valmont Fit and Tone body treatments.

Valmont Fit and Tone Body Treatment Set

Valmont Fit and Tone Body Treatment Set

To enter

All you have to do is choose names for our collection of awe-inspiring sea creatures below. Be as creative or quirky as you like.

Then post the names by leaving a comment on this blog post below, on our Facebook page or using our Twitter feed @constancehotels. Remember that if you’re the winner, we need to be able to contact you so include an email address, your Twitter handle or a message on Facebook.

Competition closes on Monday 15 July 2013 at midnight. Winners will be announced here on Wednesday 17 July 2013.

Bonus prize

And as an added bonus, if you post your own photo of a sea creature onto the Constance Facebook wall, we’ll enter you for a prize draw to win one of our sought after Constance USB memory sticks, designed in the shape of a room key in a beautiful black croc leather pouch. Again, winners will be announced on Wednesday 17 July 2013.

1. Name the Scorpion Fish

Scorpion fish at Constance Halaveli, Maldives

Give our Scorpion fish a name…

 

2. Name the Green Mantis Shrimp

Green Mantis Shrimp at Constance Halaveli, Maldives

I need a name too…

 

3. Name the White Tip Reef Shark

White Tip Reef Shark at Constance Halaveli, Maldives

… and me…

 

Valmont at Constance Halaveli

At Constance, we’re passionate about diving and proud of the work we do to protect the environment around our hotels for future generations.

The prestigious Swiss skincare brand Valmont, who opened a spa at Halaveli last year, has partnered with us to further support our coral reef regeneration programme at Constance Halaveli.

Since the tsunami in 2004, we have been working hard to encourage marine life to thrive once again in this area. With the help of Valmont, the programme is gathering momentum and we are seeing real progress in coral growth and the regeneration of sea life for which the Maldives is renowned.

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