Livingetc has teamed up with Mirihi Island Resort to give you the chance to win a four-night stay on the stunning island of Mirihi in the Maldives. The winner will stay in one of the luxury villas, designed to emphasise the island’s natural allure, and pass the time escaping the digital trappings of modern life as they explore the pristine beaches and turquoise waters.
With sand-covered floors throughout the resort, including inside the restaurants, guests are encouraged to abandon their shoes and spend their stay barefoot, enjoying the feel of powder-soft sand between their toes. A TV ban in the villas and a conscious lack of wi-fi throughout the restaurants puts the emphasis on digital detoxing, helping guests stay present and focused on the beauty of the surroundings throughout their stay.
Snorkellers and scuba-divers will be in awe of Mirihi’s spectacular house reef, home to coral and marine life in a myriad of colours, including white and black tip reef sharks, octopuses and green turtles. Completing the idyll will be barbecues and movies on the beach, and opportunities to go island hopping.
* 4 nights in a Mirihi Water Villa for two people on a half-board basis (breakfast and dinner at Dhonveli Restaurant) * A complimentary round-trip seaplane transfer for two between Velana International Airport and Mirihi Island Resort
THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED AND THE WINNER HAS BEEN NOTIFIED.
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