Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove, Seychelles (www.LeMeridienFishermansCove.
“Today’s travelers are looking for active adventure and new ways of experiencing a destination. Seychelles, with its pristine white sands lapped by topaz waters, coral sunsets and enchanting underwater sites provides all this and more,” said Romain Chanet, General Manager Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove, Seychelles. “Drawing inspiration from the brand’s commitment to help travelers unlock destinations through the Filters of Discovery – Coordinates, Culture and Cuisine, we hope this initiative will help us create an enriching guest experience.”
Marine experts from The Marine Conservation Society will guide the guest journey through five underwater zones. This includes the Welcome zone which is the sea grass bed, the Coral Village which houses the dramatic and beautiful coral reefs, Blue or the open waters, the Reef Town where the reef elevates from the sandy bottom towards the rocks and the Fish Ville, the untouched and preserved area. Through these zones not only can guests see a variety of fish but also gain insights into the ecosystem and how we can preserve it.
What is more while unravelling the mysteries of the underwater world, guests can get a glimpse of an underwater art gallery curated as part of the Arterial Network’s Giant Tortoise Art Project, inspired by a number of celebrated street art projects in major cities across the world. Painted by celebrated artists from Seychelles, the Giant Tortoise Art Project is a showcase of the local art scene on the Island and underpins the fragility of the eco system in the face of global warming and rising sea levels and also reinstates the reputation of Seychelles as a champion of the natural environment.
Proceeds from the donations collected through the programme will go to sustain the marine conservation projects led by The Marine Conservation Society Seychelles.
To find out more log on to www.LeMeridienFishermansCove.