Maldives is a real paradise on earth, a land of eternal summer, white sand, azure sea and tropical greenery. Maldives is a synonym for a serene holiday, unhurried, full of bliss. They come back here again and again – to a luxurious villa with a transparent floor, through which it is so interesting to watch the fish, or with a water slide leading directly from the room into the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, to a bungalow in the shade of tropical gardens, in a hammock of which it is so cozy to read, they return as a family with children, or in search of romantic solitude.
In the Maldives, you can relax almost all year round, the air temperature here is almost always +28C, the water is +25C. From March to October, strong monsoons blow here from the southwest, bringing with them tropical downpours, but here they are always short-lived.The Maldives is ideal for couples – where else you can be alone with each other surrounded by magnificent landscapes, on the border between incredibly clear water and the greenery of palm trees. People come here both on a honeymoon and on a trip on the occasion of a golden wedding, and no one has ever returned from this fabulous country disappointed.
And the Maldives is also a paradise for lovers of fishing and diving, horseback riding and cycling, fans of yoga and spa treatments, fascinating animation and activities that do not leave a minute for boredom. It all depends on which island will become your haven. If you want to lie carefree on a secluded beach, choose a small island with a wide beach line, if you are looking for entertainment and mass events – You need a large island with entertainment centers, divers should look at the islands located along coral reefs, families with children – to hotels in which the infrastructure is “sharpened” for children — there are children’s clubs, water slides and all kinds of entertainment.
Going to the Maldives, you need to learn to think globally – not hotels, but islands. Most often, the hotel occupies an entire island, which has everything your heart desires-from souvenir shops to a cinema. There is no such thing as a “second line from the sea” in the Maldives. As a rule, the islands are small – on average 300 by 600 meters. There are no colorful streets or attractions listed by UNESCO, but here you will not meet annoying locals.The resort islands are included in Atolls, the most popular of which are Baa, Laviyani, Addu, Daalu Atoll, Male and Northern Male.
Male and Northern Male hotels are closest to the airport, there are many cafes, shops, restaurants. If you do not plan to stay on the same island all the time, you should choose a hotel on these two atolls. In Male itself, it is not so secluded to relax, but the infrastructure of the busiest city of the archipelago is at your service.
Baa Atoll is one of the least inhabited by tourists, only 10 of the more than 40 islands are used here, it is ideal if you are looking for privacy and silence. The atoll is a UNESCO biosphere reserve.Laviani – due to its location around the barrier reef – is a real paradise for divers and those who want to get acquainted with the colorful extravaganza of the underwater world of the Maldives.
Addu is the southernmost atoll, consists of 7 islands. Famous among divers.
Ari is ideal for divers, as the May—Tila, Orimas-Tila, Fish Head, Kudara-Tila marine reserves are located nearby, in the southern part of the Broken Rock coral reef atoll.
South Male is located close to the capital of the Maldives and to a variety of entertainment. Diving enthusiasts will be very interested in the Embudu-Candu, Guraidu-Candu, Embudu Canyon, Kanduma-Tila and Guraidu Corner marine reserves.
Laamu Atoll is a unique place for surfing and water activities, snorkeling and diving.
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