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Special Offer: Instagram Butler guides you to best photo-ops at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

If you are seeking awe-inspiring locations to take captivating photographs, Conrad Maldives Rangali Island has introduced a new #InstaTrail around the resort, with knowledgeable team members helping guests to discover the most picturesque locations.   

Guests can embark on a tour with a dedicated 'Instagram Butler' who will showcase their favorite locations. From hidden spots set on the farthest tip on Rangali Island complete with grand sunsets to swinging on an Undholi (a traditional Maldivian swing) whilst gazing out over the Indian Ocean, to a fish-eye view from under the ocean in the world's first all-glass undersea restaurant Ithaa.  

For  photographers hoping to capture the magical 'golden hour', a term used to describe the period shortly after sunrise or before sunset, the 'Instagram Butler' will teach guests how to perfect that dream shot, with factors such as the optimum time of day and the best position to pinpoint their phones or cameras taken into consideration.

Instagrammers can also take part in a curated list of 1, 3 and 5 hour itineraries provided by the resort as part of the brand's 'Stay Inspired' initiative. Watch and capture images of shooting stars for one hour under the stars of the world-class Astro-tourism site, induce food envy amongst followers whilst learning how to make dumplings at celebrity chef restaurant Ufaa by Jereme Leung in a three hour cookery class, or go island hopping through the local atolls and connect with Maldivian culture in a five hour itinerary.

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