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Coral Adoption with a marine biologist at Anantara Dhigu Maldives.

With the current global situation restricting travel, luxury hospitality brand Anantara Hotels Resorts and Spas is bringing its signature indigenous experiences to its social media channels to inspire bucket-list ideas for future travels.

Until the time comes to start travel journeys safely once again, the Anantara Nomads blog will connect to travelers with a steady stream of authentic content and stories to provide a positive form of travel escapism during this period of global social distancing.

Using the hashtag, #AnantaraEscapism, all the brand’s properties will be sharing bitesize content and healthy living tips to inspire future guests. Content will include nourishing and immunity boosting recipes from resort chefs from the Maldives to Oman, as well as home workouts and fitness tips from resort team members—such as martial arts lessons from Vietnam’s Anantara Quy Nhon’s resident martial arts instructor.

Sustainable tourism is a key pillar of Anantara’s ethos, and the month of April will be devoted to Earth Month, with a series of nature stories highlighting some of the projects that protect and support the communities where the resorts are located.

Anantara guests play an integral role in supporting these initiatives, such as planting rescued coral with the Holistic Approach to Reef Protection at Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort or helping to clean beaches and release baby turtles with the Mai Khao Turtle Foundation at Anantara Layan Resort and Anantara Mai Khao Resort in Phuket, Thailand. For the next few weeks, Anantara will be sharing its nature-inspired experiences digitally.

The Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp and Resort will also be sharing twice daily live streams from the rescued elephants that reside in the onsite elephant camp supported by Anantara’s charitable non-profit organisation, The Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation (GTAEF). The stream will follow the elephants as they go about their daily bathing in the Ruak River and walk alongside the team of veterinarians fielding questions via Instagram and Facebook.

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