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Professional photographer at Hilton Maldives

As the resort’s dedicated photographer, Tanya Sorokina will capture guests special holiday moments, offering private photography sessions from one hour to a whole day, with from 60 images. of professionally edited images, available from $250 plus taxes.

With an abundance of stunning photo shoot locations throughout the resort, guests can choose to have their holiday memories taken by the resort’s Reflections Pool, overlooking the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean, in an over water villa or at one of the resort’s 10 restaurants and bars. 

Sorokina specialises in wedding, couples, family and underwater photography, thanks to a professional photography career that has taken her from Russia to Vietnam. 

Commenting on Sorokina’s appointment, Alan Stocker, General Manager Hilton Maldives Iru Fushi Resort & Spa said, “We are delighted to welcome Tanya to the resort, whose appointment follows a string of innovations that we have implemented this year to enhance our guests’ experience. We are sure that with Tanya’s exceptional experience, guests will leave with images that reflect their dream stay at the resort.” 

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