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How to Plan a Perfect Trip to the Maldives

Everything you need to consider!

By Amie GinendraPublished 2 years ago 4 min read
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The sun-kissed immaculate beaches, rainbow-hued tropical fish, and blue seas of the Maldives all contribute to the country's popularity as a mesmerising vacation destination! After all, who doesn't want to spend a few days in the Maldives? If you are looking forward to having a good time in the Maldives, here is a guide that highlights some important facts you should be aware of!

When should I leave?

The greatest season to travel to the Maldives seems to be from November till April, when temperatures range from 23 degrees Celsius to 31 degrees Celsius. This weather is great for taking advantage of the rich flora surroundings, which include swinging tall coconut trees and white sandy beaches, among other things. In this hot and humid weather, tourists may enjoy swimming, snorkelling, and diving in order to discover the most magnificent underwater fauna, wherein lies exotic tropical fish that can be seen swimming. Coral reefs, turtles, crabs, and shells, all in vibrant colours, are all part of a mesmerising universe.

Attractions!

The many attractions are the reason why the Maldives are still breathtakingly gorgeous. The mixing of the bay's waters with the horizon and the beautiful beaches are two aspects that ensure a pleasurable holiday. During their vacation to the Maldives, guests may take advantage of a variety of attractions, including:

Hulhumale

This is a remodelled island in the North Male Atoll of the Maldives. Several small man-made islands have already been restored to meet current and future needs. There are currently various island resorts, eateries, taverns, and other facilities on Hulhumale.

Surfing Spots

Surfers from all around the world go to the Maldives to partake in their favourite sport at its finest. The waves in the Maldivian waters are spectacular. Many resorts provide some of the best Maldives’ activities, such as diving excursions into the turquoise waters! Check out properties like Baros Maldives for such an experience. Don't forget to check out a Maldives resort bar after a dive. You're sure to be ravenous!

The Male Port

Male Port features an outside port for ships and allied vessels in contrast to a seaport for leisure boats, fishing, and coastal trade, among other things. The Maldives Port & Harbour is one of the best natural harbours in the world. The fisheries harbour requires a ticket to enter. Every day's catch is loaded onto trucks and sent to several fish markets in this region.

Bandos

A traditional living quarters oasis opens its doors to the public to demonstrate the simplicity of conventional living quarters and also the local way of life. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience the beaches' turquoise waters. It exudes a sense of independence as well as openness that is ideal for honeymooners wanting full seclusion. The whole arrangement has a laid-back and easygoing air about it, with modern amenities to meet every need. Meeru Island is located in the eastern part of North Male. Peaks emerging from the ocean's depths have naturally produced the island. Marine life abounds on the islands, which would include coral and exotic fish. It's a fantastic spot to see aquatic life!

Other Activities

Apart from the many attractions in the Maldives, there are a number of additional things that may make this vacation unforgettable. Make sure to bring a day excursion to Male, the country's capital. It's the biggest city here, with a flurry of activity and business! Make sure to try some of the traditional snacks produced by the locals by indulging in the local street cuisine. Excursions for snorkelling and diving are a necessity! This tropical kingdom is surrounded by crystal clear waterways teeming with hidden riches! The National Museum of Male will educate you about the island nation's history! A visit to Male's cultural and historical monuments is a must! Enjoying their exhilarating water sports activities is also a must!



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Amie Ginendra

Traveller | Writer | Foodie Lover | Blogger

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