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9 Of the best things in the Maldives

9 Of the best things in the Maldives

Looking for Maldives stuff? You have arrived at the right place. You’ll be brought to Paradise by visiting the Maldives. The Maldives is an ideal destination with its luxurious bungalows stretching through turquoise waters from the white-sand beaches.

I have to confess that we only wanted to bask in the sun and drink cocktails and watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean, but once we arrived in our little oasis of the island, we discovered that there is more than we thought there was to be in the Maldives Package.

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Real, over the water bungalows, these photos are a beautiful view, and in the first place, they draw us to the Maldives. In addition to relaxation, are things to do in the Maldives? Of course! The Maldives are built for fun, water activities, and romance. We stayed on two private islands in the Maldives but we were able to go on a number of days in the capital Male and to explore the nearby atolls. These are the best stuff for everyone in the Maldives!

SCUBA DIVING

The Maldives is one of the world’s largest touch destinations and if you want to try it, here it is. You can take a discovery dive if you don’t have a certificate or registration in a variety of dive choices on one of the many reefs, at a reasonable rate.

For its stingrays, whale shark migration, and sea courtesies, the Maldives have an abundance of marine life. The clear blue water is incredible and there is no need for a warm and inviting wetsuit here. That was certainly one of the Maldives’ favorites.

 

 

SNORKELING TRIPS

Snorkeling is a perfect choice if you don’t have a dive. The reefs in the Maldives are so pristine that you don’t have to go far enough to see much! We went snorkeling with sea turtles and saw about half a dozen lunches on the reef. We also saw a lot of marine life than just sea turtles spending a good two hours in the water.

My favorite moment was surrounded by large schools of colorful fish flocking with the tides. We felt like we were at the giant tank of our own as three masses came together.

DOLPHIN WATCHING

Snorkeling is a perfect choice if you don’t have a dive. The reefs in the Maldives are so pristine that you don’t have to go far enough to see much! We went snorkeling with sea turtles and saw about half a dozen lunches on the reef. We also saw a lot of marine life than just sea turtles spending a good two hours in the water.

My favorite moment was surrounded by large schools of colorful fish flocking with the tides. We felt like we were at the giant tank of our own as three masses came together.

ISLAND HOPPING

Believe it or not, in the Maldives there are large villages, and many people live on the islands and work on them. Make sure you book a tour to see the surrounding local islands and culture when you stay on a private island in the Maldives. It was one of the best day trips on the islands.

The people of the Maldives adopt a strict Muslim tradition, so be sure to wear long skirts/shorts and no spaghetti straps. When we landed on the islands, I was holding jeans, but I carried a sarong with me. Bring with you some cash so that you can also buy local crafts and joys.

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MEET THE LOCALS

We were shocked to pass through the concrete buildings that both small insulas with schools, community centers, and banks had a nice downtown square. Possibly the smallest populated islands we have ever seen, these islands are but there’s something going on.

SURFING IN THE MALDIVES

The Maldives is a surfing destination of world-class. The Cinnamon Dhonveli Hotel draws world-class surfers to enjoy an unforgettable break away from crowds.

Surfing was beyond our very hobby level, but we enjoyed seeing the pros face to face as we drank our morning coffee each morning. This break is one of the best in the world. Dhonveli is also a stopping point on the pro circuit. If you’re not a pro, don’t worry, in the Maldives, there are other islands where you can practice surfing.

STAND UP PADDLE BOARDING

Paddleboarding is another excellent choice if you are not surfing. You can paddle with water in healthy bays so bright that you can see the fish underneath. The Maldives is perfect for paddle-boarding (SUP) because of the peaceful, shallow waters surrounding most of the islands which only emanate from rising tides. Rent paddleboards for both resorts.

VISIT THE SPA

The Maldives was built for romance and you must take some time to indulge in it when you visit the island paradise. Most people in the Maldives are couples and families and a couple of massages to lift the romance factor is highly recommended.

As calming music is performed, trained masseurs rub off your long flight or day out in the sun. Make sure you’ve got nothing else to do with your day after an hour and a half of leisure because you want to rest.

SUNSET ROMANTIC DINNER

There’s a romantic destination on earth, I don’t think, other than the Maldives. This is where you travel as a couple and want to splurge out for a romantic night. Most of the meals in the Maldives are buffets, take a break from the smorgasbord and have a sunset beach or pier dinner for sunset.

We thought that the meal was a little costly at $220, but it included a flask of champagne, a private waiter, and a meal made right at your table. I think that Cinnamon could do much better, however, only if they made this choice a dinner upgrade.

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