Get introduced to manta rays, corals, turtle and reef fish with lessons from Six Senses
Wellness is core to Six Senses. As travel bans and social distancing measures are imposed, the brand is prioritising a range of content that guests, hosts and global communities can tap into remotely from their homes. The aim is to remain solution-oriented and support their resilience and physical and mental well-being.
‘At Home With Six Senses’ offers proactive and pragmatic ways for people to care for themselves and people they love in a range of formats. Videos, tutorials, articles and advice to support the brand’s key pillars and share via its corporate and resort social media channels, newsletters and sixsenses.com.
The home-based Junior Marine Biology Programme is one of the ‘At Home With Six Senses’ experiences. Sad to not be greeting their usual students on the beautiful shores of Six Senses Laamu, the resort’s team of marine biologists will host short videos and demonstrate activities that anyone can try at home.
The 10-week course is open to everyone and there will be content available and suitable for all ages. The team is expecting some very special events over the next few weeks on the island, including turtle hatching in May, which they will do their best to stream. Each week, the team will take turns to introduce manta rays, corals, turtle and reef fish. Families can explore seagrass and mangroves and learn how they are vital habitats for supporting a diversity of marine life.
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