#InstaTrip: photographer @hirozzzz captures the beach vibe at Constance Moofushi

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International photographer and Instagrammer Hiroaki Fukunda says he ‘can’t think of a better place to just sit back and take a breather,’ than Constance Moofushi.

The Japanese photographer who was discovered on Instagram 3 years ago and has since worked for the likes of Remy Martin, Dom Perignon, Nike and Dior, visited Moofushi as part of our #MyConstanceMoment InstaTrip.

In a series of beautiful images of the Maldives island which you can see on our Storify and Instagram, Hiroaki captures what he describes as the ‘Moofushi beach vibe’.


“Last nights venue for movie on paradise, looks like I have company.”


“In house breakfast never looked better”


“One of the coolest things about this island is the marine life that surrounds it.”


“Spa Villas, such a treat. Thanks @constancehotels!!!”


“Spot the shark?”

Hiroaki discovered his own perfect Constance moments during his stay including a 30-minute seaplane ride to Moofushi, treating himself at the Constance U Spa, watching a movie under the stars and making his dream of walking down a Maldivian jetty come true.

‘One of the coolest things about this island,’ says Hiroaki on his Instagram page @hirozzzz, ‘is the marine life that surrounds it. Ran into a few stingrays hanging out by the dock the other night. Such a cool sight.’

If you want to experience some perfect Constance moments of your own you have a chance to win an incredible 7-night stay for two at the Constance hotel of your choice, so keep checking back here and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

To discover more perfect Constance moments and keep up with the latest from our group of #Instatrip Instagrammers, who will each be visiting one of our seven hotels and resorts across the Indian Ocean, check back here regularly and remember to follow @constancehotels on Instagram.

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