Feel the depth of Indian Ocean with the variety of activities and places it has to offer you. When you pick a place like Maldives to host your holiday, everything ought to be nothing less than just perfect. The sea side place has a lot to offer you from a dive into the turquoise waters to sipping a drink on white sands after your dinner. Here you get an amazing opportunity to watch the famous dolphins on your excursion or a sunset cruise.
The capital island holds the major international airport of Maldives and also lets you enjoy a true Maldivian Culture with a handful of sightseeing options and the markets in the city. If you visit the place Grand Friday Mosque, Malé Fish Market, Malé’s National Museum, Tsunami Monument and Sultan Mosque should be the places making their way to your city bucket list.
Villingili Resort Island
The Shangri-La’s Villingili Resort Island is among the best islands to visit and stay in Maldives. It is located in Addu Atoll and offers luxurious villas, glittering white sandy beaches, an infinity pool, and a spa. The versatility of this destination gives you opportunity to hike through the tropical forest and also experience an oceanic adventure by trying the offered water sports.
Situated in Raa Atoll, Maldives, Vaadhoo is one of a kind, unique destination because of the bioluminescence observed in the waters surrounding the island which is no less a mystery for the first timers. Don’t miss: the ‘Sea of Stars’ at night.
Based around the eastern edge of Maldives in the Vaavu Atoll, this is a place with clear waters, sunny beaches, aquamarine lagoons which makes it a place that the explorers can’t afford to miss in Maldives. This is a place if you are looking for beach bungalows and water sports.
Biyadhoo is an astonishing island in the South Malé Atoll. Being one of the largest islands in the destination, it has a lot of vegetation yielding bananas, coconuts, mangoes, cucumbers, cabbage, and tomatoes. Again, the water sport magnetizes a lot of tourists to the place.
Hulhumalé is a mesmerizing artificial island that was planned to relieve the growing population of Malé. It might not be the prettiest place here, but the peaceful coastline adds a value of its own. The USP of the place is its serenity.