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ISA Tourism Introduces Maldives' Oaga Art Resort

ISA Tourism Introduces Maldives’ Oaga Art Resort

The Oaga Art Resort in the Maldives has appointed ISA Tourism as its representative in India. Consequently, ISA Tourism will be in charge of marketing, sales, and PR services.

The recently established Oaga Art Resort is only 45 minutes by speedboat from Velana International Airport. A modern, indigenous brand driven by a Maldivian team to curate an experience that elevates the collective narrative of the Maldives islands and provides a platform for local artists and artisans.

The Oaga Art Resort offers an eclectic mix of activities and vivid impressions for inquisitive travellers, with something for everyone just around the corner – all inspired by the finest of Maldivian history, art, culture, and heritage. At Oaga, one can discover what the authentic Maldives have to offer while creating their own narrative, on the island where the magic of tales comes to life in a stunning manner.

Manas Sinha, director of ISA Tourism, commented on the appointment by stating, “This alliance is comprised of ‘like-minded’ and’shared-vision’ parties. Oaga Art Resort, a genuinely Maldivian resort, has partnered with a genuinely Indian company in order to increase the business from Indian stakeholders and the number of Indian visitors to this magnificently designed, occurring, and of course the best All-Inclusive stay plan in the Maldives. The resort has the largest art collection in the Maldives and the largest mural pool in the world, which is connected to the private pools of a collection of villas by a languid river. The best excursions, F&B options, activities, mini-bar, and in-villa dining are a few of the enticing inclusions for each guest. The resort will have overwater pool villas with thrilling slides that lead directly into the pristine lagoon in the Indian Ocean by autumn.

Oaga Art Resort elevates the bar as the best All-Inclusive resort option for Indian operators and Indian guests with its introduction to the Indian market.

Source: travelbizmonitor

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