Maldives is one of those destinations that can almost be described as fake. You’ve seen the beaches in countless pictures. You know it’s typically too good to be true when the water is that blue or the sand is that white. But have you ever actually seen the Maldives? This was my first visit to the country, but I honestly had a hard time believing I was there when I looked around me.
Wreckage DivingOne of the most popular activities in Maldives is definitely diving and there are plenty of places to go wreck-diving. But the Maldives is not only known for its beautiful beaches and underwater worlds. The country has some of the best resorts in the world and there are many opportunities to enjoy a holiday in a luxury environment.
MaldivesWhen people think of Maldives, a lot of them have an image in mind of the Maldives in its natural state. A lot of people seem to believe that this place is so untouched by man that it hasn’t changed much over the centuries. In fact, there are many things that can still be seen from ancient times. Archeology is very popular in the Maldives and you can take part just by visiting some archeological sites yourself. There are also plenty of places where you can go on a boat trip around the islands archipelago and learn more about the history of this country and its people as well.
Diving in the maldivesMaldives is also known for its underwater wonders. Once you get a diving license, you’ll definitely want to see the world under the sea. Not only can you go on wreck-diving trips, but also scuba diving trips are very popular in Maldives. This is a chance for people to see rare species of marine life and even to witness amazing underwater views. The Maldives is one of those places which is rich in underwater life and it’s definitely worth visiting if you want to see some rare species or if you just want to go on an adventure under the sea.
Cocoa IslandTourism is also one of the biggest sectors in the Maldives. There are many different resorts that you can stay at, but there are still some places that go untouched by people or if they’re popular, they are really very limited and exclusive. That’s why these areas of the Maldives still have perfect understated beauty – you can go there and find completely untouched nature and be able to take it all in yourself.
Explore the Archipelago1. Hiring a private boat and exploring the archipelago
Explore Wrecks2. Go diving in a reef system or wreck-diving at one of the famous wrecks
Maldives Beaches6. Swimming in the beaches in the Maldives, there’s nothing like it!