Each year on 22nd April, millions of people around the world gather to celebrate Earth Day, holding different activities to honor our home planet.
Kurumba Maldives hosted a number of activities for guests and employees to enjoy. These included tree planting around the island, a special Green & Back of House Tour conducted by our Recreation team, as well as a Recycled Art & Craft competition for Kids in Majaa Recreation, where children were able to learn some new skills.
A reef & lagoon cleaning session took place by our team members, followed by some refreshments for all who participated.
In order to commemorate this event, Thila restaurant will offer a highly unique “Low Carbon Foot Print Menu” available during 3 evenings. The products used are all locally sourced: all seafood from local fishermen, locally grown pandan and copy leaves. Herbs are all grown in our own Kurumba Chefs’ Garden. No plates will be used to serve food on, instead, coconuts, banana leaves and local handcrafted wood. Coconuts are all grown within the island. Most courses are served raw and produced without the use of electricity and gas to minimize the environmental impact. Tuna is hand caught.
For more information about upcoming events in Kurumba Maldives, please check www.kurumba.com/maldives-event-calendar
For more information on Kurumba Maldives’ CSR program, which includes environment initiatives, please check www.kurumba.com/maldives-csr-activities
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