The two resorts at the Fari Islands, The Ritz-Carlton Maldives and Patina Maldives are set to celebrate their second anniversary on 25 May at the Fari Marina.
As part of the anniversary festivities, Fari Islands will organise a momentous coral regeneration project. Taking the shape of the number 2, the coral regeneration effort will take place in front of the marina, serving as a symbol of the resort’s commitment to preserving and protecting the marine ecosystem.
The resort will proudly exhibit their sustainability initiatives through a variety of on-property programming, showcasing the work from a variety of departments. The culinary team is offering the chance for guests to make their own coffee scrub while sipping on their zero-waste cocktail named the Dhonkeyo which uses an entire banana in the recipe, while the engineering team will host a demonstration of the solar panels on the property, alongside a coral/ceramic display highlighting the resort’s commitment to conservation. The Jean-Michel Cousteau Ambassadors of the Environment program will showcase their green bike, drone workshop and conservation initiatives for combating ghost nets.
As an educational component of the festivities, The Ritz-Carlton Maldives and Patina Maldives have invited local students to join the celebration and learn more about the resort’s sustainability initiatives to inspire and educate the younger generation about the importance of preserving the environment.
To conclude the celebrations, guests will be treated to a captivating cocktail hour featuring a lively DJ and traditional Maldivian Boduberu music.