Valmont has extended its partnership with Constance Halaveli to support reef health and biodiversity on the beautiful Maldivian island.
Having opened the Valmont spa at Halaveli in 2012, the leading Swiss skincare brand is now backing an ambitious sustainable initiative to support rehabilitating the coral reef in the Maldives.
Creating an artificial reef to promote marine life
To encourage the coral reef to grow quickly and provide shelter for other marine animals, we have created a man-made underwater structure, where broken coral fragments can be attached.
Seduced by the regeneration programme that began a year ago at Halaveli, Didier Guillon CEO of Valmont Group has chosen to donate $5,000 per year, to buy and maintain these structures. This move is a reflection of the brand’s commitment to global sustainable co-operation initiatives.
How Constance manages the Reefscaping program
The initiative was originally started in 2011, backed by Mr. Vallet, CEO of the Constance Group, himself heavily committed to sustainable development projects.
The Constance Halaveli Spa team now manage the program, backed by the support, enthusiasm and deep involvement of Halaveli resort General Manager Renato W Chizzola.
Valmont spa at Constance Halaveli
With immaculate white sand beaches and beautiful turquoise lagoon, Constance Halaveli naturally blends into the idyllic setting of the South Ari Atoll.
It’s in this magnificent setting, that Valmont opened their spa a year ago. One of the exclusive treatments on offer here is the popular Valmont After Diving Treatment.
Find out more
- Read more about the work we are doing at Constance Halaveli to regenerate the coral reef around the island: Coral regeneration and reefscaping at Constance Halaveli, Maldives
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