Hire A Private Jet To Maldives
Maldives offer white sandy beaches, turquoise water of the Indian Ocean stretched over the island. If you feel like sitting in one of the stilted waterside villas, having a romantic candlelit dinner with a glass of champagne, then Maldives is certainly a destination for you.
It’s often considered as the Manhattan of the Indian Ocean that offers luxury and a lot of nature to explore. This tropical charm has been a popular travel destination for many years!
Things To Do In Maldives
Swim With The Sharks
One of the best experiences Maldives offer is swimming with enormous whale sharks alongside the reef sharks lurking. Baa and Ari Attols and Maaya Thila re the best places to have your swim with the sharks and see them up close. You can also watch the sharks being fed during the day as they swim towards the resorts.
Divers enjoy deep diving and snorkelling experience by exploring the underwater marine life through the coral reef, with the chance to encounter the majestic manta rays, barracuda and sea turtles. The marine life in Maldives is very friendly so make sure you are able to capture the moment of encounter by bringing a waterproof camera.
Relaxing On The Beach
The laid-back beach experience is definitely something in the traveller’s to-do-list. The beaches in Maldives are kept clean so the travellers can enjoy beautiful sunsets that paint the sky with red and orange colours during the twilight hours. The temperature is around 27 degrees all year round and the sea breeze will help you to relax during both sunrise and sunset times.
Get To Know The Culture
If you want to get a glimpse into the culture of Maldives, make sure to see Bodu Beru, a popular Maldivian folk dance that often takes place during the evening on the beach. You can also ride the Maldivian boat Dhoni to get to know more about the local people and the culture too.
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Places To Stay In Maldives
Soneva Jani is the Maldive’s most exclusive resort, located in the Noonu Atoll cluster and surrounded by beautiful beaches, surrounded with lush greenery and tropical climate of the Indian Ocean. The villas in Soneva Jani have private lap pool and some of theme ven feature slides that stretch directly from the top of the deck into the lagoon which is underneath. The crystal clear waters of the lagoon and beautiful sunsets at this resort will definitely take your breath away.
Soneva Fushi is located on the privately owned island of Kunfunadhoo in Baa Attoll, which is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. In the impression of the ‘Robinson Crusoe’ style resort, the island itself is amongst the largest islands in Maldives. With the tropical climate, rich vegetation, white beaches and crystal clear waters, it offers a unique experience for every guest. Luxury villas and private residences will feel like a fairytale and some of the villas are designed to resemble tree houses, suiting the needs of every guest’s preferences.
One & Only Reethi Rah resort opened its doors in 2005 and it still is amongst the most prestige places to stay in Maldives. In the man-made island shaped like an octopus in the North Male Attoll, the resort is packed with crystal clear waters, white sand beaches and turquoise bays. This resort offers a style of sophistication including 130 spacious villas, each of them being accompanied with a space of sandy shore or a private deck overseeing the crystal clear waters of the lagoon. The food is always top-quality, presented in many creative ways, to suit the needs of every guest and make the stay as spectacular as possible.
Six Senses Laamu resort is the only one of its kind in the Laamu Attoll. Being located deep in the Indian Ocean, it can be reached with a short plane trip from Malé or a short boat ride. The resort is shaped like a palm tree, consisting of 97 trendy villas surrounded by crystal clear waters, lush vegetation and overseeing the lagoon. If you want to add some activities during your stay, you can always choose surfing in the Maldive’s most famous surfing wave Yin Yang or go snorkelling in the house reef where you will be able to experience marine life of the Indian Ocean.