Celebrations Have Begun At Oaga, Art Resort, Maldives: Report

Dec 15, 2023

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The holiday season is approaching and this is the time for travelers to make the best of the offers all around. Maldives, for one is offering the best Christmas all-inclusive plan at Oaga, Art Resort. The package includes it all, from boat transfer to food and drinks by the pool.

This resort in the Maldives is offering something unique this festive season. Visitors also have the opportunity to discover the real Maldivian culture. There are water sports, spa, cocktail classes and the unique Maldivian entertainment that will elevate the festive experience.  

The magical atmosphere at Oaga is vibrant and dynamic. It is setting new standards of Maldivian luxury. The spot is welcoming guests with both friends and family.

With Christmas just around the corner guests are being treated to indulgent festive feasts coupled with the timeless delight of watching the much adored film “Home Alone.”

With added brunch packages accompanied by live music and the excited wait for Santa Claus. From 9pm-11pm the beach bells and bubbles beach party with DJ Afruh will come to a close in the evening with dance and celebration.

The merriment obviously continues even after Christmas offering a plethora of activities to maintain the spirit of Christmas in between the Boxing Day bonfire at Raa Raa Beach accompanied by live music by Zaki and live authentic Maldivian music, cocktail parties, jewelry workshops, and then concluding in the deeply anticipated gala dinner. The entire event promises an unforgettable experience to have the festive season reach its pinnacle.

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