There are 3 things that just about everyone who’s booked in for a heavenly resort retreat at Lily Beach has on their mind in the days leading up to the departure:
Rest assured, if your expectation of the island are high, they will most likely be exceeded. Our always helpful team have even compiled a list of advice that will help you overcome any jet lag that you might be feeling after the travel to get here; follow these steps to make sure your sleepy and cranky self doesn’t take over during what can be beautiful first few days in paradise!
We know that pre-travel fever is impossible to suppress, but try to have a relaxing, unstressful last day before departure. Make a packing list well in advance so you don’t have hectic, “where-is-my-bikini” hours before your flight.
Reset your mind and your watch to the ‘Lily Beach time zone’ (UTC+05:00). If you’re crossing several time zones, putting yourself on the Maldives’ time zone – and acting accordingly when it comes to sleeping and in-flight entertainment – can help you arrive to the country more rested and less sluggish. Don’t forget to pack a sleeping mask and earplugs!
Dry cabin air can quickly dehydrate you, so skip coffee and alcoholic drinks and say “yes” to all the water you can get.
Keeping yourself active during a long-haul flight not only gives your body some much needed movement but also helps to lower your risk of blood clotting. Exercises like making circles with your feet, pulling your knees up, rolling your neck and taking strolls down the aisle will have your body thank you when you step off the plane.
The beauty and well-being experts at Tamara Spa recommend the following treatments, which are bound to boost your energy and relaxation levels and prepare you for the ultimate enjoyment on the island:
We look forward to welcoming you at Lily Beach – trust us, it’s worth arriving with eyes wide open and a clear mind ready to soak up the island’s beauty!