Indian Ocean



Paradise on the Sea.

Worldly known for its blue lagoons where multicoloured fishes live, the Maldives are an archipelago composed of more than a thousand islands. Located in the Indian Ocean, on the South of Sri Lanka and India, these islets are true paradise for tourists who come for a journey of full relaxation. The only thing to anticipate when visiting the Maldives, is where you are going to drop your anchor the next day, what beach you are going to be chilling on.

First stop when travelling to the Maldives is Malé, the capital of the country. With its idyllic beaches, Malé is not only a place where people come to tan their skin by the sea, but also a political, cultural, economic, and financial Centre for the country. Apart from the warm and nice weather provided by the equatorial climate, the Sultan’s Park in Malé houses the National Museum of the country. Which mainly displays objects from the Buddhist and Islam period that happened in the archipelago. Spend the day in Malé and take some time to visit the local shops, architecture and green areas scattered all over the capital.

The Mundhdoo Island is also a place where you will want to stop by. Live a unique experience, which attracts millions of tourists from all around the globe. When the night falls, a rare phenomenon is happening on the beach. Thanks to the bioluminescence condition of a particular species of shellfish present in the sand, the beach starts illuminating creating an exceptional and amazing shining beach.

Snorkelling and scuba diving are famous activities to do in the Maldives. Imagine yourself swimming and observing the diversity of the marine fauna and flora. Take the chance to swim with sharks and manta rays in this gigantic natural aquarium that is the Indian Ocean.

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