Island Life in Maldives!



  • Maldives is an archipelagic country in the Indian Ocean. When we think of this country, the great blue waters and white sand come to mind. Everyone who’ve been here raves about their great time in the ocean. And when you go to the heart of the city their landmarks and town action would be a great plus to the globally famed “treasure island.”

    If you’re the kind of traveller who loves to do aquatic and under the sun activities, this should be on top of your bucket list. Check out how to have fun in the waters along with other musts in Maldives.

    Water is Life!

    Swimming - Lay in the sun and enjoy the clear waters. Here are the best beaches you can go to in your next visit.

    Hadahaa Island

    Fulhadhoo Beach

    Cocoa Island

    Baros Beach

    Kurumba Beach

    Snorkeling and Diving- Get ready to see the beautiful creatures and marine floras in the undisturbed waters in the region. Whale sharks, Dolphins, Sea turtles, Manta Rays and a variety of fish await in the deep blue sea. Visit these resorts and avail their snorkeling packages.

    Dusit Thani Maldives

    Hurawalhi Island Resort

    Park Hyatt Maldives HadahaaMirihi Island Resort

    Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas

    Boating, Tubing and Parasailing- Take your aquatic activities a notch higher and experience the exhilarating thrills the Maldives can offer. “Screaming” activities like these will make your bonding moments last for a lifetime.

    Different Types of Boating

    Surf Boating

    Sunset Cruise

    Sailing Trip

    Tubing and Water Equipment Rental Services

    Sub Oceanic Water Sports Centre

    Beach Club Maldives

    Extreme Maldives

    Parasailing venues

    Finolhu Beach

    Reethi Beach

    Cocoon Beach

    Spa- The island view is relaxing enough but go ahead and calm yourselves a little more and avail spa treatments that will leave you completely rejuvenated.

    Traditional Balinese Spa

    Underwater View Spa

    Champi Head Massage

    Male, the Capital

    Visit the urban city and get in touch with local culture.

    Visit the neighborhood in a moped. Roam like a local and hop on a motorbike. Around a third of the residents use this mode of transportation for daily and leisure activities.

    The whole country was strengthened through time by kings and sultans. The palaces where the royalties lived had been long demolished, but a lush park was made to commemorate the nation’s history. Spend time in Sultan Park where you can stroll with your family, then go in the national museum to make your trip an even more productive one.

    Visit the local and fish market. It is a fishing country after all. Find the best seafood in the local shops.

    Breadfruits, papayas, lime, and mangoes are also abundant here which is perfect for your island feels.

    Speaking of food, don’t forget to try out Maldivian delicacies like Mas huni, a tuna-onion-coconut breakfast, Garudhiya a umami-flavored soup and Bis keemiya, a pastry filled with cabbage and eggs.