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CELEBRATE #MOTHEROCEANDAY AT CONSTANCE HOTELS & RESORTS

The ocean at Constance Belle Mare Plage

At Constance Hotels and Resorts, we are blessed to be surrounded by the incredible crystal clear Indian ocean. Whether you are in the Maldives, Seychelles, Mauritius or enjoying the beautiful beaches in Zanzibar or Madagascar, this amazing body of blue water, we are sure, will make your holiday unforgettable.

Today occurs #MotherOceanDay and we have decided to celebrate it by sharing some facts and suggestions on how to get the most out of our favourite backyard that is the Indian Ocean. Mother Ocean Day is to take a day to celebrate the beauty and wonder of the ocean. So here is a list of how you can celebrate this day of nature while staying with us. 😉

Indian Ocean at Constance Prince Maurice

There are plenty of ways you can celebrate at the Indian Ocean. If you’re visiting Constance Halaveli, why not take a dive and try snorkelling? Discover the beautiful world that lies beneath the surface. It’s an unforgettable experience and one way to get to know the ocean better by taking a look at some of the plants, fish and other creatures living in it.

Snorkelling at Constance Halaveli

If you are more land driven, why not dine with us by the beach at Constance Aiyana where you can listen to the soothe calming of the waves and experience the nature that surrounds you. We will make sure your needs are catered for from there. 😉

Indian Ocean at Constance Moofushi Maldives

In terms of size, the Indian Ocean is world’s 3rd largest ocean covering 20% of the world’s surface. Isn’t this amazing? This means that there is a lot to explore! So, armed with a mask and a snorkel, why not take a boat out at Constance Belle Mare Plage and relax on the 3rd largest ocean in the world?

Dining by the Indian Ocean at Constance Aiyana

Although at Constance Hotels & Resorts we boast some of the most luxurious pools and spas in the world, the Ocean remains the first choice for our guests where they can spend and enjoy their time. And how can we blame them? The Indian Ocean is the warmest sea in the Persian Gulf!

Let yourself become one with the water, let your body relax on the ocean. It truly is mother nature’s gift!

The Ocean at Constance Halaveli

Swimming in the ocean is not also just relaxing but is an excellent way to contribute to your overall wellness. Swimming for just half an hour three times a week can lower stress levels, raise mood, lower incidences of depression and anxiety and improve sleep patterns. Physical activity such as swimming is known to enhance self-worth: 30% of active adults feel less distressed and overall increase general satisfaction in life!

Swimmer at Constance Prince Maurice

Like the other sand or coral islands of the Maldives, Halaveli Island was created over many, many years by the gradual build-up of broken pieces of corals and shells.  Eventually, the pile became so large that it formed an actual island – rising above the sea. Once the sand was exposed, other natural factors started to influence the growth of the island– shaping it into what we see today a little paradise floating in the North Ari atoll and shaped like a curved Dhoni; (Maldivian boat). Wonderful natural elements that our island has to offer, exploring our beautiful landscaping, tropical wildlife and exotic underwater creatures.

Birds eye view of the beach at Constance Halaveli

There are plenty of ways to celebrate Mother Ocean Day with us by the Indian Ocean at Constance Hotels & Resorts. From relaxing in the water, to deep diving in the water. If you’re staying at one of our hotels today make sure to get out into nature and enjoy one of the most beautiful oceans on the planet!

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