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Maldives.....Heavenly Holiday Destination 

The Maldives are the perfect heavenly holiday destination for honeymoons and couples looking for a luxury island vacation. This country of 1,000 islands has everything a person could want in a tropical island – clear water, white sand beaches, palm trees, warm sunny days, and lots of great diving. It’s as close to heaven as you can get. You can even sleep in bungalows right over the water.

BEST TIME TO VISIT 

When you ultimately plan to travel you should actually know the best time to visit Maldives. The climate of Maldives is tropical, which means hot, humid and dry weather. Maldives is basically dominated by the monsoons. The islands get rainfall from July to August due to southwest monsoon and from November to March due to northeast monsoons. Visit Maldives during summer season • So if you are looking for some extra hours of fun in the sun, then you should visit Maldives during the months of December to April, which are dry seasons. This is high time season for the resorts and hotels as they enjoy great demands at these times. Visit Maldives during the winter season • The winters are pleasant with sunny weather and cool ambience. Christmas is the busiest and best time to visit Maldives. You can enjoy land sports like beach volleyball, board games, sauna and table tennis.

However, the time between May and November is also a best time to visit Maldives as the skies remains cloudy, humidity remains high and there are more chances of rainfall.


Things to See and Do in Maldives

• Malé :: This relatively small city happens to be the capital city of the Maldives. Despite its size, it is host to many interesting mosques, museums, and other various things to do. The Hukuru Miskiiy, known as the Old Friday Mosque, is oldest in the country, dating back to 1656. It is one of the more popular visitor hotspots. Some other interesting places to check out are the National Art Gallery, the National Stadium, and Sultan’s Park.

• Cruise Boats • Diving :: It is not without good reason that the Maldives has acquired a reputation as one of the most enchanting dive destinations in the world.

• Snorkeling :: For those who would love to see the underwater but hesitate to take the deep plunge, snorkeling is a wonderful alternative. Since the lagoons of Maldives are so clear that with just a snorkel mask and fin you can be witness to the activities of the many different species of fish and fauna on the unique Maldivian reefs. 

• Surfing :: Though surfing is relatively new in the Maldives, compared to activities such as diving and snorkeling, the Maldives is now acknowledged for some world recognized surf spots.

• Water Sports :: All resorts without exception have water sports centers that provide a range of water sports and fun activities. The most popular among these are snorkeling, windsurfing and catamaran sailing. Among other popular water sports activities are parasailing, kayaking, kite-surfing, water-skiing and jet skiing. 

• Seaplane Tours :: The sea plane companies operating in the Maldives offers spectacular flights over the atolls – perfect for photo trips, sight seeing or just plain enjoyment. These flights provide a range for service flights such as airport-to-resort shuttles, island-hopping and short sight-seeing trips which provide breathtaking views of the coral reefs, islands and the crystalline lagoons.

• Explore the Fish Head :: Also known as Mushimasmingali Thila, this is another world-famous dive sight among the Maldives. The biggest attraction here is the number of grey reef sharks that can be seen—but you will also see many fish, including Napoleons, fusiliers, and even barracuda.


 

 

 

 

 

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