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The Nautilus Maldives Invites Guests to celebrate the Holiday Season with Uniquely Curated Festive.

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Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with a selection of truly imaginative, fun-filled and meaningful ways to create lasting memories and magical holiday moments with your loved ones at the ultra-luxurious bohemian hideaway nestled in the UNESCO biosphere reserve of Maldives’ renowned  Baa Atoll, The Nautilus. Especially in these challenging times, celebrating the holidays with friends and family feels extra precious and The Nautilus is an idyllic canvas on which guests can paint meaningful memories together and truly savour the season.
At The Nautilus, there are no clocks, no deadlines, no closing times – only a dreamy array of possibilities in a safe and joyful environment that lets guests relax, recharge and reconnect for the holidays. The Nautilus’ team of House Masters are dedicated to ensuring utterly bespoke, memory-of a-lifetime holiday experiences for young and old alike and have curated a dazzling array of options from which to choose.
Younger Nautilus guests can expect to be spoilt for choice with their own activities including an Elf  Zumba dance party, Mocktail Competition and a beachside Christmas Crab Race where island crabs compete at an impressive pace. There are also a number of treasure and scavenger hunts including the Candy Cane Chase, New Year’s and Christmas Day Scavenger Hunts, Chocolate Hunt, and a Pirate’s  Treasure Hunt. Festive crafting opportunities for Young Wanderers abound with Santa-hat making,  coconut painting, letters for Santa, a pastry workshop, and more. For movie time at the beach, there are special showings of holiday favourites such as A Christmas Carol and The Grinch. There are simply too many exciting things to do and experience, and there is too little time.
The more mature – and the young at heart – can look forward to a world of relaxation with holistic body and mind healing treatments focusing on relaxation and stress relief. Retreat to the blissful cocoon of the Solasta Spa and renew yourself, mind, body and soul. Throughout the holidays, Solasta spa invites guests to decompress with morning and evening yoga, meditation sessions or an Immunity Boost at Naiboli.
Festive gourmet delights prepared by the award-winning culinary team await guests with such fabulous gastronomic indulgences as a Spice Soirée, a colourful cornucopia of international flavours and textures from around the world; and a Journey of the Senses, a special holiday menu with blind wine tasting at Mediterranean restaurant, Zeytoun. Feast under the ever-changing colours of the Maldivian skies – either aboard one of The Nautilus’ luxury yachts, on a sandbank, on a pod overlooking the lagoon, or in the privacy and comfort of your island home away from home. Culinary activities include Maldivian Cooking and Gelato-making classes, Tropical Concoctions Masterclass, wine and spirit tastings, and the ultimate holiday indulgence: a visit to the curated Chocolate Room replete with cocoa delights handmade by The Nautilus’ patissiers.
Tropical adventures range from adrenaline pumping to mind enhancing including a High-Speed  Seabob Safari, Ocean Discovery Camp, Deep Sea Fishing, Stand-Up Paddle Boarding Competition,  Maldivian Language Lessons and Full Moon Crystal Singing Bowl sessions. Dive into the turquoise waters of Hanifaru Bay, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, to dance among majestic manta rays and other incredible marine life in this rich underwater world.
This holiday season, create a world of your own making at The Nautilus.
Explore The Nautilus festive brochure to learn more.
During this festive season, accommodation prices start at USD 2,825 before taxes, from December 15,  2021, to January 10, 2022.
Guests who are still looking for a gift to remember can choose from The Nautilus Gift Cards ranging from a Castaway Utopia sandbank experience where recipients dine on their very own stretch of pristine white beach to a Solasta Spa journey or by enabling the recipients to select their own favourite  Nautilus experience. Gift cards can be purchased online at The Nautilus Gifting Platform  https://thenautilusmaldives.giftseye.com/en or for enquiries please call +960 660 00 00 or email  hello@thenautilusmaldives.com.
Get to know The Nautilus at www.thenautilusmaldives.com, and on film. For reservations or enquiries, please contact hello@thenautilusmaldives.com or begin crafting a world of your own making by booking direct at www.thenautilusmaldives.com or call +960 660 00 00.

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MPS still under Home Minister: PO

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President’s Office on Tuesday stated that though Maldives Police Service (MPS) is now operating as an independent entity, the Home Minister is still the responsible figure for the agency.

Following the ratification and implementing of MPS Act, MPS would function as an independent entity, with various internal governing bodies. The Home Minister will be responsible for overseeing the body but will have no control over day to day operations.

Confusion reigned supreme following a letter sent by President’s Office to the Home Affairs, stating that MPS would function as an independent entity effective from March 27, 2021. The letter also stated the Ministry’s functions and roles following this decision.

Clause 242 of the Constitution mandates that all government and government associated agencies be overseen by a Minister.

The statement issued by President’s Office said that Home Minister Sheikh Imran would still oversee the agency.

In response to the change, Minister Imran tweeted that ‘challenges’ were natural and expected. He added that success was in perseverance.

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Tourism Ministry sets three-year period for resorts to open

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Minister of Tourism Dr Abdullah Mausoom has revealed that the Ministry intends to automatically revoke the islands leased for resort development, if the developers fail to open the property within a three-year period.

Speaking to local newspaper, Mihaaru, the Minister revealed that this was already in the plans and a new agreement will be signed based on this principle.

Statistics by Tourism Ministry in 2020, show that over 50 resorts were still under development, with parties filing to extend the permits for 21 islands. Some of the leased islands have been listed as under development for over 10 years.

This, he said, was being implemented to urge developers to finish developing the property and begin operations. Minister Mausoom noted that most citizens living close to islands under development had raised their concerns over delays.

The Minister had previously said that Tourism sustained severe losses due to the pandemic. While the sector aims to bring in 1.3 million tourists, there are several challenges including a new mutation of the delta strain detected in the UK and limitations of the airport to cater for arrivals.

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U23 national team departs for Bahrain

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The under 23 national football team has departed to Bahrain for training ahead of AFC Asian Cup qualifiers.

The qualifiers will be held in Uzbekistan from the 27th to the 31st of this month.

The team is accompanied by Assistant Coaches Sabah Mohamed and Mohamed Shahid. They will play two practice matches in Bahrain before heading to straight to qualifiers in Uzbekistan. The team had also carried out successful training camps in the atolls.

Maldives will face off against Iraq on 27th October, against Bahrain on 29th October, and Afghanistan on 31st October.

Competing nations are divided into 11 groups. First place winners will go into the Asian Cup. Additionally, four top-performing teams from the second placed nations will proceed to the Cup.

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