Probably the simplest and most correct way to define the Maldives Islands is
say it’s a paradise on earth.
WHAT TO DO IN MALDIVES?
The atoll islands
The possibilities are endless, every beach you find will seem better than the previous one. Prepare your picnic and enjoy alone the most beautiful islands in the world. Remember, always look to the sea when you are on the boat, the dolphins always appear to make company!
Maldives begins to enjoy from the air
Begin to enjoy The Maldives from the air. You may have seen dozens of islands in your life but the panoramic view of the atolls of this country from above.
Maldives paradise on earth
The Maldives are located one hour by plane from Sri Lanka or India. We usually associate the name of Maldives with virgin beaches of white sand, coconut trees and turquoise waters so perfect that they seem unreal. In our collective imagination, its exclusive resorts have become the dream place.
The best resorts with luxury and exclusivity
Here you come to dive in those crystalline turquoise waters, to hold on to your father’s life, to do nothing, to lie in the sun, to enjoy the scenery, to take boat trips, to enjoy solitude and silence, to refocilar with its luxury cuisine and, why not, to practice lots of water sports. Welcome to Paradise.
Maldives hosts 5.8 Undersea, the world’s largest underwater restaurant
Resting on the seabed, it will be housed in the Hurawalhi Island Resort and will be named 5.8 Undersea Restaurant, in honor of the depth in meters to which it is submerged (for the Saxon metric system, 18 feet above the surface). It will provide breakfast, lunch and dinner services for 16 guests (20 if the celebration is a wedding). Turtles, sharks and manta rays will witness the culinary choices that the exclusive terrestrial neighbors make to Shannon Batten.
The best scenario for your honeymoon
The fame of this archipelago is more than justified, geographically and topographically there is no other like it. It consists of some 1,190 islands and sandbanks, which are located on top of an underwater mountain range. Each island is surrounded by a lagoon and protected by a reef that attracts hundreds of species
MAP OF PLACES OF INTEREST