Hurawalhi Maldives hosts environment programme for local students
03 September 2017
Hurawalhi Maldives hosted a group of students from the Nature Club of Naifaru school Madhrasathul Ifthithaal for an exposure session on the resort’s commitment to a healthy and clean environment.
On August 26th, students from the Nature Club of Naifaru school Madhrasathul Ifthithaah joined Hurawalhi Maldives with the goal of becoming familiar with the resort’s commitment to a healthy and clean environment.
“August 26th saw an invigorating portion of laughter, curiosity and excitement as seventeen students from the Nature Club of Naifaru school Madhrasathul Ifthithaah” said the resort in a statement
Starting out with a presentation on sustainability in the Maldives, Lisa Bauer, resident marine biologist at Hurawalhi, familiarised the inquisitive youngsters with Hurawalhi’s green initiatives like glass-bottled water, solar panels, greenhouses and rainwater capture system, which are some of the eco-oriented practices and facilities Hurawalhi is proud to have. In addition to focusing on the resort’s efforts, Lisa also shared several ideas about ways to reduce plastic waste in everyday life.
After the presentation, Bandara, Hurawalhi’s landscaping manager, and Lisa took the group on a nature walk around the island, during which the students and their teachers were acquainted with both indigenous Maldivian plants and the introduced ones. Bandara shared his extensive knowledge on plants and landscaping, wowing the group with his career highlights, love of nature and the beauty of his gardening projects alike.Mr. Bandara introduces students to local flora present within the resort.
Bandara kindly donated two boxes of plants to the students as an encouragement for their upcoming gardening competition; they have until the end of October to plant the most beautiful garden, and surely received plenty of inspiration from their visit.
“We hope to have helped the Nature Club have an exciting day at Hurawalhi and we look forward to organising many more community events and to be able to share our passion for these fascinating island with them.” A statement issued by the resort reed.
Hurawalhi Island Resort, located on a private coral island on the northwestern edge of the Lhaviyani Atoll, nestled between the uninhabited and picture perfect island of Kudadoo on one side, and Kuredu Island Resort on the other is an adults-only island haven, home to the largest undersea restaurant in the world and offers 90 villas of which 60 are ocean villas and 30 Beach Villas.