The Maldives post-tsunami

Four Seasons Landaa GiraavaruTsunami-stricken coastlines are making a big comeback this year, particularly in the Maldives. In addition to the W Maldives, Como Hotels has re-opened its rooms designed as high-end fishing cottages on Cocoa Island; the Four Seasons has unveiled a new resort, Landaa Giraavaru, its second on the island; and the Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, in the Maldives, welcomed guests last  December to its 62 thatched villas, starting at $850.

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