As you wait for your return to Coco Bodu Hithi and Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu, the Coco’s team has shared a new way to escape to their destinations by offering the chance to transport yourself from your bedroom to the beach and your living room to the blue lagoons with 10 free Zoom backgrounds.
Zoom has risen in popularity as a go-to platform for video conference calls, get-togethers and celebrations during the current COVID-19 pandemic. One advanced (free) setting of the app allows users to disguise their backgrounds to something else entirely.
These beautiful backgrounds are also a reminder that Coco Collection is still here and eagerly awaiting your return soon.
In the weeks ahead, Coco team said that they will be unveiling some additional #CocoMomentsofZen to help give some solace and sun. Follo Coco Collection’s social media channels for the upcoming announcements.
You may download the 10 free Zoom backgrounds within this post on Coco Collection’s Facebook page by hovering over the image and then clicking ‘Options’ in the bottom right-hand corner. Select ‘Download’ and then simply upload them to your virtual settings on your computer.
Feel free to share on social media which version you’re using with the hashtag #CocoMomentsofZen.
Coco Collection brand compromises of two properties: Coco Bodu Hithi and Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu.
Coco Bodu Hithi is located 40 minutes away by speedboat from the airport in North Malé Atoll, Maldives. The resort features 100 stylish villas, a diverse selection of contemporary restaurants and bars, the indulgent Coco Spa, first class land and water sport facilities as well as a portfolio of memorable ‘Uniquely Coco’ experiences.
Located on the breathtaking island of Dhuni Kolhu – Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu is a 30 minute seaplane transfer from the capital, Malé – Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu has 98 charming Maldivian inspired villas, offering luxurious living in an eco-friendly, tropical environment. Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu is the hotel that first put the Maldives on the luxury travel map, opening its doors in November 1998.