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MALDIVES

MALDIVES IS A MAGICAL PLACE; AN ISLAND COUNTRY WHERE OVERWATER BUNGALOW AND WATER VILLA RESORTS WELCOME ALL THOSE IN SEARCH OF INCREDIBLE BEAUTY, RELAXATION AND ADVENTURE.

THIS COVETED HOLIDAY DESTINATION NOT FAR FROM INDIA CONSISTS OF 22 GEOGRAPHICAL ATOLLS COMPRISING OF ALMOST 1 200 ISLANDS. THE ABUNDANT OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPLORE THE UNDERWATER WORLD OF CORAL REEFS AND MARINE LIFE IS PERHAPS THE MOST IRRESISTIBLE ATTRACTION WHILE WATER SPORTS NEED NO PROMOTION.

The shimmering sandy beaches are dazzling while the blue seas around the exotic islands are hypnotic and warm. Excellent snorkelling and scuba diving excursions will take you to flourishing reefs, magnificent coral walls and underwater caves all waiting to be marvelled at. There are 10 to 12 different species of whales and dolphins not to mention turtles taking advantage of the tranquillity.

Lounging on deck chairs or laying around in hammocks, sipping on cocktails and soaking up the splendour that is all around comes naturally here. When it comes to accommodation, unparalleled luxury and amazing amenities will not disappoint—which includes soul-soothing spa treatments and delightful dining of course.

The top places of interest are Banana Reef—a North Male Atoll and one of the world’s most phenomenal diving sites; Biyadhoo Island—a South Malé Atoll and water sports paradise sometimes called scuba-diving island; the City of Malé; the romantic Fihalhohi Island at the South Kaafu Atoll with its gorgeous beaches and island resort; and Hulhumale Island, a true gem and one of the best tourist spots.

When it comes to sites, many significant ones can be found in Malé. The following come to mind: the stunning steel Tsunami Monument adorned with spheres next to a top surfing spot; the incredible Maldives National Museum; the Islamic Centre, the largest mosque in Maldives; Maldives Fish Market, the soul of Malé; the Esjehi Art Gallery in one of the oldest buildings in the capital; Villingili, the only resort island in the Addu Atoll of Maldives; and Sultan Park with its tranquil garden.

MALDIVES IS A MAGICAL PLACE; AN ISLAND COUNTRY WHERE OVERWATER BUNGALOW AND WATER VILLA RESORTS WELCOME ALL THOSE IN SEARCH OF INCREDIBLE BEAUTY, RELAXATION AND ADVENTURE.

THIS COVETED HOLIDAY DESTINATION NOT FAR FROM INDIA CONSISTS OF 22 GEOGRAPHICAL ATOLLS COMPRISING OF ALMOST 1 200 ISLANDS. THE ABUNDANT OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPLORE THE UNDERWATER WORLD OF CORAL REEFS AND MARINE LIFE IS PERHAPS THE MOST IRRESISTIBLE ATTRACTION WHILE WATER SPORTS NEED NO PROMOTION.

The shimmering sandy beaches are dazzling while the blue seas around the exotic islands are hypnotic and warm. Excellent snorkelling and scuba diving excursions will take you to flourishing reefs, magnificent coral walls and underwater caves all waiting to be marvelled at. There are 10 to 12 different species of whales and dolphins not to mention turtles taking advantage of the tranquillity.

Lounging on deck chairs or laying around in hammocks, sipping on cocktails and soaking up the splendour that is all around comes naturally here. When it comes to accommodation, unparalleled luxury and amazing amenities will not disappoint—which includes soul-soothing spa treatments and delightful dining of course.

The top places of interest are Banana Reef—a North Male Atoll and one of the world’s most phenomenal diving sites; Biyadhoo Island—a South Malé Atoll and water sports paradise sometimes called scuba-diving island; the City of Malé; the romantic Fihalhohi Island at the South Kaafu Atoll with its gorgeous beaches and island resort; and Hulhumale Island, a true gem and one of the best tourist spots.

When it comes to sites, many significant ones can be found in Malé. The following come to mind: the stunning steel Tsunami Monument adorned with spheres next to a top surfing spot; the incredible Maldives National Museum; the Islamic Centre, the largest mosque in Maldives; Maldives Fish Market, the soul of Malé; the Esjehi Art Gallery in one of the oldest buildings in the capital; Villingili, the only resort island in the Addu Atoll of Maldives; and Sultan Park with its tranquil garden.

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