There is nothing as serene as drifting off under the stars, with the sound of crashing waves and a gentle breeze.
The best part is probably the water underneath you… Wait, what?
Yep, you could fall asleep on a specially designed net, suspended directly over the ocean. The best part may also be the fact that it would only set you back $400 a night.
Perfectly situated in the Maldives, Grand Park Kodhipparu is the place to be, with influencers from all over the world making a stop.
120 villas are available, with each fully equipped with a private pool and a net.
Boasting 3 restaurants, outdoor excursions and a mere 20 minute boat ride back to the capital pf the Maldives, you cannot pass up this opportunity.
My Name is Kasim Khan and I am the founder of Educate Inspire Change. I have just returned from a 1 week stay at the world’s first medically licensed plant medicine retreat, it’s called Rythmia and is in the beautiful country of Costa Rica. During this week I had the most profound and transformational experience of my life and it’s not only me . . .over 95% of people who embark on this journey at Rythmia reports that they too had a life changing miracle. This magical place had such a profound effect on me that I am now dedicating my time to sharing this healing opportunity of a lifetime with you all.
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