Elli AvrRam enjoys a blissful time in Maldives, drops stunning pics

Bollywood celebrity Elli AvrRam is among the actors who hail from a foreign country but have made India their chosen place to work and live. At present settled in Mumbai, Elli came to the limelight thanks to a television reality show and earned numerous fans. 

Recently, the actress visited the Maldives and shared several stunning photos on Instagram. The pictures reveal that Elli lays as much stress on physical fitness as travelling. Notable images from Elli’s Maldives trip show her in a blue and peach bikini with an orange-coloured shrug and the actress in a pool with a plate of breakfast beside her. No wonder, the pictures made many fans confined to their homes because of the pandemic feel the urge to travel.

In the Maldives, Elli is seen engaging in water sports such as jet skiing and snorkelling along with games like football and billiards. However, the most viral photo shows the celebrity hanging upside down as part of aerial yoga. It has been captioned by the actress as: ‘this is how is see the world now. What about you?’

Elli clicked the snaps at Kandima Maldives, a luxury resort situated in Dhaalu atoll. The main attraction of the resort is its outdoor pool, which is the longest in the Maldives. Moreover, Kandima Maldives boasts of a large beach club, tennis and basketball courts and facilities for water sports. Guests can also spend time at a Marine Biology Centre and art studio, and take part in cookery classes.

Post-lockdown rules

Maldives has been vigorously wooing travellers after the lockdown restrictions imposed given the COVID-19 pandemic were eased. With the tourism sector becoming active again, the country has attracted many visitors, including celebrities, who have posted images of their trip on social media. 

Presently, visitors to the Maldives can arrive in the country with a negative report for COVID-19 in a test carried out within 48 hours before departure time. 

Meanwhile, tourism operators and firms have announced several offers and discounts for visiting the Maldives considering the upcoming winter. 

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