Holidaying in style: Rohit Sharma's Maldives trip pics would make anyone jealous

Rohit Sharma

The Maldives, with its glorious beaches, is currently the most favoured destination of Indian celebrities. Indian cricket team captain Rohit Sharma also joined the bandwagon after spending two months in a bio-bubble as part of the IPL. Sharma shared pics from his family trip to the blue island that captured the beauty of the enthralling beaches of Maldives.

Rohit Sharma and his family stayed at a luxury five-star villa called Soneva Jani, which costs a whopping Rs 2.65 lakh per night.

The vacation was a much-needed break for the Indian captain before India's tour of South Africa commenced on June 9.

Among the photos shared by Rohit Sharma on Instagram, there was a picture of him watching a movie while dining near the beach and a few stills with his friends.

Bollywood star Shahid Kapoor and his wife Mira Khan had earlier visited the same resort. According to their official website, Soneva is a sustainable and luxurious resort that beautifully blends in with nature.

When it comes to Maldives, its greatest asset is its beautiful coastline and ocean. Soneva has made it possible for guests to enjoy this luxury to the fullest. Soneva has a number of resorts and luxury villas with steps leading directly to the sea.

Soneva offers guests all the facilities that can accommodate large and intimate family parties. The cost of an overnight stay in Soneva ranges from Rs 1.43 lakh to Rs 2.7 lakh. If the group is larger, you can pick up villas with multiple bedrooms, a large swimming pool, and a private beach. Soneva charges Rs 15 lakh for an overnight stay here.

Tourism is the largest industry in the Maldives, employing over a quarter of a million people. They have turned a barren island in the Maldives into a global tourist destination with luxury amenities. As their motto says, Soneva awaits travellers with amenities that will give each visitor a unique experience that will stay in their memories for a lifetime.

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