You can always count on Six Senses to be at the forefront of conservation, with a mission to nurture, revive, restore and celebrate the world’s different ecosystems. With that in mind, science, marine conservation and education meet the brand’s signature high-end hospitality at Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives, with the launch of its new Sea Hub for Environmental Learning (SHELL). It’s the perfect place for children to connect with nature and learn about conservation and preservation through play and immersive activities.
When it opens on March 1, SHELL will house the Maldives Underwater Initiative - a marine conservation collaborative consisting of Six Senses Laamu marine biologists and partner NGOs, along with a gallery exhibition space, marine laboratory, cinema room and kids’ zone. The latter is designed for young (or young at heart!) and aspiring marine biologists to discover the secrets of Laamu and the underwater world, with highlights including an augmented reality sandbox, which allows users to change and redesign habitats and topography using projection mapping technology. As conservation edu-tainment goes, Six Senses really does make its mark.
WHAT: Six Senses Laamu