As an official lodging partner for the impending "Coral Festival 2023," Kaimoo Resorts and Hotels has partnered with the Maldives Coral Institute. The festival will take place at Seenu Hithadhoo on the campus of the Maldives University from April 28 to 30.
International scientists and coral experts who are attending the festival will be lodging at Equator Village, a Kaimoo hotel in Gan. Equator Village, which is close to Addu's airport, provides first-rate housing, dining, and wellness services for both domestic and foreign visitors. The resort is conveniently located to explore Addu's distinctive natural beauty and unspoiled marine life.
The coral festival will serve as a forum for environmentalists, local NGOs, government officials, and members of the public to discuss the nation's coral reefs and marine ecosystems in addition to coral experts.
The three-day event will feature kid-friendly seminars, music, food from the South, vendors staffed by NGOs, games, and other activities. The festival is free to enter. The festival's last day will include a number of trips that highlight Addu's distinctive ecosystems.
The Maldives Coral Institute previously hosted a coral festival at Kaafu Thulusdhoo in 2020 to honor Maldives coral life. This event brought together island residents, scientists, NGOs, environmentalists, and ocean specialists.
Manih Mohamed, managing director of Kaimoo, stated that the company "strongly believes that protecting our beautiful coral reefs is crucial in ensuring our future." For this festival, we are collaborating with the Coral Institute in order to raise as much awareness as possible about the need to protect our beautiful reefs.
On all of its estates, Kaimoo carries out a number of conservation and sustainability activities. As part of the #ProtectMaldivesSeagrass project in 2019, Equator Village committed to preserving all of its existing seagrass beds, which together measure over 7,600 square meters. In addition, Kaimoo has completely phased out single-use plastics on all of its properties.
Leading Maldivian tourist enterprise Kaimoo Resorts and Hotels was founded in 1979 and currently oversees five resorts throughout the nation. In addition to managing Equator Village, Kaimoo also oversees Summer Island Maldives, a beach resort popular with honeymooners and couples, and Embudu Village, a favorite of divers thanks to its proximity to the best diving locations in the Maldives.