Rashmika Mandanna lives it up on her vacay in Maldives

Photo: Instagram @rashmika_mandanna

After making a rollicking start to her career in Bollywood through Amitabh Bachchan and Neena Gupta-starrer ‘Goodbye’, actress Rashmika Mandanna is chilling out in Maldives, which is the favourite getaway of many celebrities. The talented actress took to her Instagram handle to post some breathtaking snaps from a resort in the nation of islands. In the latest photo, Rashmika, who is in a swimming pool, is elegantly ravishing in a blue swim suit. A few days ago, the actress had splashed another dazzling pic from the pool in which she is drop dead gorgeous in a white cut-out dress and sunshades.

These beautiful moments had been clicked at the incredible Ozen Reserve Bolifushi resort, a five-star facility situated on the Bolifushi Island, which is located on the southern tip of Maldives. The white sugar sand beaches, the crystal clear green waters and the superlative facilities of the grandiose resort provide spectacular experience to the travellers. The tourists can reach this plush retreat after travelling for 20 minutes on a luxury catamaran or a speed boat from the Velana International Airport.

The all-inclusive reserve plan of the resort includes complimentary return airport transfers, speciality fine dining, premium brands of spirit, beer, wine and cocktails, besides water sports and mini bar. The Bolifushi Island is a divers’ paradise and there are many sought-after diving sites near the resort.

The travellers staying for more than four nights can avail speciality fine dining and spa services of the resort. While staying at the facility, the guests can taste the best of traditional Indian cuisine, Middle-eastern delicacies and sea food dishes along with quality wines and champagnes. The tourists can have a romantic odyssey in the backdrop of mesmerizing sun set in the Indian Ocean.  

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