The Maldives has long since been advertised as the ultimate paradise for couples or even families. However, if you are a solo traveller, here are 4 activities you can do alone and have tons of fun!
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While the calm, crystal clear waters are not often associated with surfing, the waves on the archipelago are just right for both advanced surfers and first-timers. The months of June, July and August are considered to be the best time for the sport but be warned there can be an occasional thunderstorm.
Loved to get pampered? Then get set to relax and rejuvenate under the healing touch of expert therapists at spas by Maldives island resorts including the likes of Dhigali Maldives. The Maldivian Treatment which consists of coconut exfoliation and milk bath comes highly recommended.
Interact with the Locals
Do spare time to interact and mingle with locals and immerse yourself in the laid-back pace of life in the community. If interested one can even join cooking classes which are usually conducted in the homes of locals.
Snorkel and Dive
The islands have plenty of underwater attractions to offer visitors. From black tip sharks, gentle manta rays, whale sharks and sea turtles you are sure to see an abundant amount of marine life along with colourful coral reefs.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world.
The archipelago of Maldives is filled with pristine beaches and stunning landscapes and it is also home to a hospitable and friendly population. Read on to know more about the Maldives and its people.
Located right next to the equator in the Indian Ocean, Maldives is a tropical nation which is composed of over 1000 coral islands. The islands are home to a myriad of attractions that includes beautiful beaches with stunning landscapes and a myriad of luxury Maldives island resorts making it one of the best tropical vacation destinations.
The Maldives also houses a population whose lively hood mainly depends on the industry of tourism and fisheries. The people of Maldives are known to be very kind and friendly and meeting them will certainly be an experience worth your while.
Where can you meet them?
Tourists won’t be able to see the island inhabitants since they will mostly be stationed in resort islands. Some of the islands you can visit to meet the people of Maldives are Male; which is the capital of Maldives, Hulhumale, Dhiddhoo, Utheemu and Mafushi. Since the islands are separated by sea the only way you can reach these islands is by boat and seaplanes and resort properties like Naladhu Private Island Maldives offer transfers to these islands for its visitors.
Things to remember when visiting an inhabited island
The Maldives is a strictly Muslim nation and Sharia law and many other restrictions are in effect in the country. When you are visiting the populated islands of Maldives women should wear clothing that covers their shoulders and legs. Most of the Maldivians understand and are able to speak English so speak politely and dress modestly when you are in any of the inhabited islands.
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Vibrantly coloured fascinatingly shaped corals gleam underneath the water winking at you invitingly. The best means to explore is obviously snorkelling through the multicoloured undergrowth teeming with marine life. Resorts in Maldives in which one can lodge in while engaging in this adventure are many but the most popular is Maafushivaru Maldives ranked among the top most Maldives island resorts scattered across the board. Coral reefs are alluring enough on their own, but the most fascinating are the multi hued, multi shaped creatures that dwell amongst these corals. From different species of fish to turtles, crabs and other marine creatures, this coral garden is rich in life and vivacity. For amateurs, there are professional divers who will be willing to guide them through these reefs while for those who are well versed in the art, a marine biologist can be hired to help identify the different species that they encounter. Big or small, the coral gardens in Maldives holds wonders for all!
Maldives is a fascinating collection of beautiful islands and Dhangethi is one such absolutely mesmerizing place which is also one of the islands that Alif Dhaal Atoll. However, in order to experience this beautiful island in full, one must simply lodge in one of Resorts in Maldives that is known for its quality. Maafushivaru Maldives is one of Maldives Island Resorts that has a reputation for taking the breath away of whoever has visited the place even once.
Crystal clear waters and pristine clean beaches are its trademarks while the roads are coral paved and houses mainly made of coral and wood with charming thatched roofs. This is the ideal spot to go if the visitors are intent on getting a bit of local flavour into their veins.