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The Residence by Cenizaro launches a new new series of 'Enriching Moments'

The Residence by Cenizaro is offering its guests more personalised experiences than ever before. The long-standing team at each of the four private sanctuaries - in Mauritius, Tunis, Zanzibar and the Maldives - has created a series of Enriching Moments inspired by a new global brand campaign.  “A Private Sanctuary, a Home for the Heart” showcases the magic that The Residence brings to guests through its exceptional hotels and personalised services. 

Each Enriching Moment represents The Residence by Cenizaro’s philosophy - heartfelt hospitality with a sense of place and warm, attentive service with personality. Above and beyond the usual expectations from a luxury resort – beautiful pools, crystal clear oceans, a choice of dining and exquisite details – this series of Enriching Moments; whether romantic, adventurous, exciting or indulgent; will create memories to last a lifetime.

The Residence Tunis
Explore the dramatic ruins of Carthage, Tunis’ spectacular coastline and the charming, artists village at Sidi Bou Said as part of two, new walking tours offered by The Residence Tunis. In a bid to encourage wellbeing as well as learning, the hotel’s award-winning spa has ‘upped the ante’ ensuring that these brisk tours will get the blood racing and increase fitness, whilst informing guests about the country’s fascinating history. Half day tours cost from €120 for up to three guests.

The Residence Zanzibar
In partnership with one of Africa’s leading photographers, Paul Joynson-Hicks, MBE, who is renowned for his East African landscapes and wildlife shots, The Residence Zanzibar is offering The Spice Island’s first three-day photography course.  This exclusive experience takes guests on a journey as Paul teaches the vital skills of photography with the opportunity to capture the colours and beauty of this tropical island, its famed architecture and abundant flora and fauna.   Tutorials can be arranged for individuals or groups and run for three days.
Photography Moments costs from US$1,250 per person, per day and includes all car transfers, boat rental and entrance fees to selected sites i.e. Stone Town’s House of Wonder, Persia Baths, Bihole Ruins, Prison Island and local spice farms. 

The Residence Mauritius
The island of Mauritius has been ranked by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as having the third highest amount of endangered flora in the world, with around 200 of the 315 endemic plant species under threat. The Residence Mauritius is now offering guests the chance to discover more about the indigenous plant life, the reasons why it is so severely threatened, and what is being done to save species from extinction. Accompanied by an expert from the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, guests will be discover the tiny coral island of Ile aux Aigrettes, a protected reserve that harks back to the Mauritius of 400 years ago, before the arrival of man. Guests will also discover MWF’s remarkable collection of endemic flora and fauna, found nowhere else in the world, as well as catching glimpses of the rare pink pigeon, endangered skinks and of course the giant tortoise.

The Residence Maldives
For couples looking for absolute privacy and seclusion in the Maldives, The Residence Maldives has the perfect solution with its new, exclusive Castaway Island experience. Couples will be whisked off to Koduhutta Island, a deserted islet that is only accessible by dingy or kayak. Guests can enjoy a day of sunbathing and snorkelling as well as a picnic on the beach, arranged by The Residence’s expert butlers or, a private romantic dinner on the beach, surrounded by candles with just the moonlight and ocean for company.

A visit to the Castaway Island is complimentary for all Residence Maldives guests. A picnic basket for two costs from $150 per person. An evening private dining costs from $500 per person.

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