Written by Maldives Halal Travel
Projekt Delfin, an integrated tourism development in the Maldives, has been opened by Atoll Estates Holding, which is registered in Abu Dhabi.
It is anticipated that the multigenerational destination will welcome visitors in 2025. The multi-million dollar project is being created by some of the best architects and designers in the world who have ties to the Middle East.
Dmitry Bourtov and Amit Majumder, the development's co-founders, were quoted as claiming in a release that the development will be net-carbon neutral without compromising visitor comfort, boosting their overall experience.
Prime Atoll Maldives Pvt Ltd, a 100% subsidiary business of Atoll Estates in the Maldives, was established specifically for the project's development and management.
"The project's core value is sustainability, and every facet of an ESG investment portfolio is taken into account. It seeks to provide more than what is currently required, according to the co-founders.
K. Tholhimaraa Huraa, a sizable lagoon in the South Male Atoll, which is 40 minutes by boat from the Maldives' primary Velana international airport, is the site for Projekt Delfin. There are a few small islands and sandbanks on the site, which are 5 km long and 1.35 km wide.
To have a minimal impact on the lagoon environment, the site will be reclaimed with deep sea sand for the construction of the resorts. Other projects are planned to lessen the impact of the reclamation. The development will add roughly 50 hectares of mature trees and bushes to the area's greenery once it is finished. After the land reclamation, a comprehensive coral rejuvenation program will start.
The construction would be spread across several islands, and the proposed three resorts will be at least 500 meters apart from one another and connected by overwater walkways. Additionally planned are a marina for yachts and 24 restaurants and bars.
The possibility to create a distinctive, sustainable, and exclusive resort in the Maldives' high-profit tourist sector is rare, according to Bourtov and Majumder.
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