For that magical underwater experience, there can no better place than the paradisiacal Maldives in the majestic Indian Ocean. An epitome of luxury and coastal adventures, the archipelagic country of Maldives is a holiday tourism destination one dare not miss. The country is a cluster of 1200 islands, and almost every islet boasts stunning white sand beaches and a view to die for. The Maldives can be a vacation destination for any beach lover or someone who is intrigued by the diversity of the underwater world. If a luxury holiday is what in your mind, Maldives can be one of those destinations that can offer a wide range of experiences from private butler to in-room massages, and from lap pools to pillow menus, not to forget when you book a resort in the Maldives, you have one whole island to yourself.
The backpackers or the budget travellers, need not feel disappointed, as with the recent opening of guesthouses by the locals, they too have an equal chance to relish the holiday experience in the Maldives. The country is a big hit amongst the honeymooners who can make their first vacation together memorable. The cyan waters, the shimmering shores, and the serenity truly create a romantic ambiance that every newlywed would relish to the core. On the other side, while the honeymoon couples are enjoying each others company, the solo travellers can have a whale of a time in the company of pristine nature and amicable locals. Maldives travel guide also has a lot for the people on family vacation, they can enjoy a number of activities like scuba diving, snorkelling, jet skiing along with recuperating with spa and other rejuvenating therapies.
Probably it’s the popular islands of Maldives that pull in travellers from across the globe towards the overwater bungalows, water activities, luxurious resorts and most Read More
To feed the minds of history buffs and to preserve the glorious stories of the past, Male got its one of the reputed must visit places on 11 November 1952 which is also cel Read More
Rushing back to the reign of Ibrahim Iskandar I, can only tell us that how his thoughtfulness turned a small mosque into this ever shining religious attraction of Maldives Read More
A thirty days free visa is offered by Maldives to nationalities. A valid passport with a validity of minimum six months along with confirm return ticket and expenses for duration of the stay is required to enter into Maldives. Read to find more details.View Details
The best time to visit the Maldives is between November and April. The peak tourist season is from December to March. Maldives remains hot all through the year but with the onset of May, it starts to even receive rain.View Details
Bhutan has decided to reopen its border for international tourists from September 23. Along with thiRead More