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ALICE IN AMILLA: A WHIMSICAL EASTER WONDERLAND AWAITS AT AMILLA MALDIVES, WHERE UNDER 12'S GO FREE

Teddy Sheringham’s football camp for kids and Eid al Fitr festivities complete the Spring holiday celebrations



Between 29 March and 7 April 2024, the whimsical world of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ will come to life at Amilla Maldives with a range of activities designed to delight and inspire; from themed workshops for the children, wellbeing sessions, sports activities and arts classes to curious dining experiences, mesmerising performances and cocktail parties the Mad Hatter himself would be proud of. 

 

What’s more, with the Family Easter Break at Amilla offer, children under 12 years old stay and eat for free.* 

 

Slinky Yoga with the Cheshire Cat kickstarts the celebrations at Javvu Spa on Good Friday, welcoming teens and adults to begin the day with a gentle stretch as part of the resort’s commitment to supporting guests’ wellbeing. The next day, families are invited to run, walk or cycle together through a This Way, That Way, Up, Down challenge; or take to the clear blue waters for a family ocean relay race on 3 April.  

 

Guests keen to get into the competitive spirit as a team can also enjoy Tweedledee and Tweedledum’s Family Beach Games (1 April), ‘We’re All Mad Here’ lagoon volleyball (5 April), and Card Guards Tag Rugby (7 April). 

 

Those preferring to dine like the Mad Hatter can immerse themselves in a culinary wonderland with Amilla Maldives’ array of special dinners and cocktail events. On Good Friday, a Queen of Hearts Cocktail Party featuring Talking Flower stilt walkers sets the scene before a family-style Walrus and the Carpenter’s Seafood Dinner; the next day sees an Easter Enchantment Dinner complete with aerial acrobatics from the Cheshire Cat. Of course, no adventure in Wonderland would be complete without tea: Easter Sunday’s Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Sunday Brunch invites guests to enjoy a very happy un-birthday together.   

 

The G(in) & T(ea) Guest Cocktail Party, featuring the Tea Pot Trio animation brings another twist to a Great British classic; a Down the Rabbit Hole mixology class on 4 April invites guests to create their own magical concoctions; while How About a Nice Glass of Wine at Chili’s Wine Club concludes the celebrations on 7 April. 

 

Imaginative guests keen to channel the creativity of Lewis Carroll can join myriad art workshops, including a Mad Hatter Painting Class on Good Friday and Easter egg painting (30 March); Whimsy and Wonder Improv Workshop just for adults, immersing them in the wonderful world of the imagination (1 April); a Mad Hatter’s Improv Workshop for kids (3 April); Wonder Sand Art (5 April); Batik Painting Class (6 April) and the Cheshire Cat Art Class (7 April). 

 

Other whimsical wonderland activities include the White Rabbit’s Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday; the Mad Hatter’s Maze Challenge (2 April); a hula hoop workshop with ‘Electric Alice’ (3 April); and a Find the Golden Key family treasure hunt on 6 April. 

 

Beyond the Rabbit Hole 

While the Easter celebrations conclude on 7 April, Amilla’s exceptional experiences continue with Eid al Fitr festivities from 8 April, complete with Arabian cuisine pop up, Kasbash Shisha and mesmerising Tanoura performances. 

 

From the 8 to 15 April, former Manchester United, Spurs and England international footballer, Teddy Sheringham, will host a football camp to inspire young footballers.  

 

Further information regarding Easter at Amilla in Wonderland can be found here

 

A Family Easter Break at Amilla Maldives starts from USD6,595 (approx.. GBP5175) including five nights’ accommodation for two adults and two children, daily breakfast, one family dinner, children stay and dine free, Easter Egg Hunt and other family activities throughout the stay.  Excludes seaplane transfers, tax and service Charge. T&Cs apply.


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Notes to editors

*Terms and conditions apply. The Family Easter Break at Amilla is applicable to stays between 24 March and 12 April 2024, for stays of 5 nights or more. The offer includes daily breakfast at Fresh, one three-course family dinner on the beach, free stays and meals for children under 12 years and the array of Easter activities for the little ones throughout. 

About Amilla Maldives

Located in the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll, Amilla Maldives is an enchanting island resort for couples, families, and groups of friends to relax and play. Fringed by white sand beaches and one of the Maldives’ best house reefs, the island’s 67 Pool Villas and Residences each offer private pools and are thoughtfully designed with indoor and outdoor living spaces. 


The Sultan’s Village kids club has plenty to entertain curious little ones, while activities such as kombucha-making, art, and painting classes ensure there is plenty to do for guests besides snorkelling and diving at world-class sites including Hanifaru Bay and the resort’s own famous Blue Hole.  


An EarthCheck silver-certified member of Small Luxury Hotels’ Considerate Collection, Amilla embodies a commitment to finding harmony between luxury and sustainability. 


Amidst the idyllic backdrop of the Maldives, the resort effortlessly intertwines the allure of an island getaway, the richness of Maldivian culture and lush natural surrounds. 


Amilla is deeply conscientious about its role in fostering a relationship with local communities. In this spirit, guests are proactively involved on the importance of sustainability and inclusivity initiatives. 


The resort’s thoughtfully crafted dietary lifestyle choice menus encompass vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, low-carb/keto and paleo. 


Voted winner of the “Responsible Hospitality Partner” Award at Forbes Travel Guide Summit in Las Vegas in February 2024, and named ‘Best International Venue’ in the Blue Badge Access Awards 2023 in recognition of a commitment to wellbeing, inclusivity and sustainability, Amilla is proud to be an IncluCare-certified resort and a member of the Conscious Travel Foundation, a global community of travel businesses on a positive impact journey. 


For further press information and images, please contact: Dara Soeharto (dara@frogandwolfpr.com), Leanne Barton (leanne@frogandwolfpr.com), Nat Frogley (nat@frogandwolfpr.com) or Flora Gandolfo (flora@frogandwolfpr.com) at Frog & Wolf PR.  

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