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Top 8 Places to visit Maldives

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Male:

The capital of Maldives, Male is a top choice for all Maldives tour packages. Male is home to many important Islamic landmarks and is a must-see for history buffs. The city’s most popular attractions include the Grand Friday Mosque (17th century) and the Maldives National Museum (with its extensive displays of Maldivian artifacts). It is home to some of the most beautiful and pristine beaches in the country, making it a popular destination for honeymooners. These beaches are ideal for sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling. A spectacular artificial beach is also located in the city, which is famous for its stunning sunset views.

Biyadhoo Island:

A paradise for divers and snorkelers, Biyadhoo Island makes a great stop on your Maldives package from India. Biyadhoo’s natural beauty is unsurpassed. It is home to many orchards that grow mango, cucumber and coconut trees. Its tranquil beauty is enhanced by the azure waters off its coast, which invites you to do sports such as snorkelling, diving, and even jet skiing.

Utheemu Ganduvaru:

Utheemu Ganduvaru Maldives' most precious gems

One of the Maldives’ most precious gems, Utheemu Ganduvaru proves that Maldives is more than just about resorts and beaches. Utheemu Ganduvaru, which literally translates to Utheemu Palace is the birthplace for Sultan Mohammed Thaakurufaanu. He is one of the most venerated rulers in Maldivian History. Its minimalistic wooden bearings make it stand out as an architectural wonder.

Addu Atoll:

Located at the southernmost tip of the Maldivian archipelago is Addu Atoll, a natural paradise. The Atoll is home to many of the country’s most luxurious resorts. It also has a variety of beautiful beaches that add to the beauty of the area. Addu Atoll, with its amazing reef population, is a top destination for snorkelling and diving in the Maldives. The waters around Gan Island are rich in shipwreck remains, which adds an element of adventure to the experience. Villingili Island in the Addu Atoll also houses the country’s only course of golf.

Kulhudhuffushi:

Known as the “Heart of the North”, Kulhudhuffushi is the capital of the Haa Dhaalu Atoll. It is most well-known for the mangrove system that gives it its name. You can explore the beautiful beaches and empty streets in Kulhudhuffushi on numerous walking and cycling tours. There are many tours that take place every day. Aaram Bageecha is a beautiful garden with stunning views of the sea. Here, parasailing, scuba diving, and snorkelling are all popular.

Thinadhoo, Maldives:

Thinadhoo Maldives

Thinadhoo has a lot to offer. It is known for its beautiful beaches and luxurious resorts. The island, despite its small size, is home to some beautiful beaches in the Maldives. It is home to a great house reef, making it one of the most popular diving spots in the country. You can spot a variety of fishes in the waters, including manta rays and sharks. The Alimaatha dive point is located close to the island and is well-known for its night diving experiences and fishing adventures.

Mahibadhoo:

One of the most picturesque cities in the Maldives is a great choice for anyone looking for a peaceful vacation. The island is home to vibrant marine life and is a great place to snorkel or dive. The island is home to a variety of tropical fishes but the main attraction of Mahibadhoo are its bio-luminescent planktons. These tiny creatures seem to light up the ocean in the dark. Clearwater canoeing, which allows one to navigate through the turquoise waters of the ocean in a glass-bottomed vessel, is a popular water sport. Alicoi, a neighbouring island, is a popular camping spot that is best known for its stargazing opportunities.

Kudahuvadhoo:

Paying homage to the country’s history, Kudahuvadhoo houses some of the oldest temples, monuments, and mounds found in the Maldives. Many old mosques and hawittas line the length of the island, proving the influence of Islamic architecture that was prevalent in this area. Parasailing, snorkeling, and canoeing are all possible on beautiful beaches. Even if you don’t like extreme sports, you can still enjoy a day at Kudahuvadhoo’s sandbanks or dolphin-watching by Hagidila Bay.

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