Things to do in Maldives

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With plenty of sunshine and temperatures around 30°C throughout the year, The Island nation of Maldives is considered a paradise on the earth. The blue ocean, white sandy beaches, beautiful reefs, and its marine life mesmerize everyone who visits Maldives. The Maldives is made of around 1200 small islands grouped into 26 atolls. Maldivian people live in about 200 islands, and nearly 80 or so are developed as tourist destinations.  The major touristic atolls in Maldives are North Male, South Male, Ari, Felidhu, Baa, Lhaviyani. Here are some of the must do things in Maldives:

Watersports:  Maldives is the watersports hub of Indian Ocean. There are a ton of Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Dolphin Watching, Paddle boating opportunities for you to enjoy.  Some of the most spectacular scuba diving areas include Alimatha Island, Banana Reef, HP Reef, and Manta Point.

Island Hopping:  People live in around 200 Maldivian islands. Island hopping is a great way to explore Maldives and enjoy its beauty. You can take a boat or seaplane to hop from one island to others. Keep in mind that each resort in the Maldives is its very own island.

Male Fish Market:  Whether you are a seafood connoisseur or not, Male’s fish market is going to be an exciting experience for you.  Male’s fish market is famous for skipjack, yellowfin tuna, sea bass, red snappers, and barracuda. The fish market is not just about the fresh fish, but also provides you an excellent understanding of food and culture of Maldivian people.

Historic& Cultural Places: When you are in Maldives, you should take the time to visit National Museum of Maldives, the Grand Mosque at the Islamic Centre, and the Old Friday Mosque, called Hukuru Miskiiy in the local language.

Do nothing: Maldives is one of the very few places on earth, where you can do nothing but still enjoy. You can just unplug yourself, lay around the beach and enjoy the sunshine.

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