Plan Your Maldives Tour - Everything You Need to Know

There are very few people in the world who don't have any longing to see the breathtaking Maldives. Thousands of tiny islands, tranquil and clear water have made Maldives one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world. If you are looking for an exciting Maldives tour package, then read the below article and make yourself confident about your upcoming most delightful Maldives tour.

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Best time to visit the Maldives

The Maldives is an all year round suitable destination. Still, people prefer to plan here between November to April. The time between December to March is considered the peak season to visit the Maldives as it has the most pleasant weather for this time.

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This period is also ideal for the honeymoon goers as they can enjoy here all types of activities during this time. This is the busiest season in the Maldives and beaches remain expensive for this time.




Maldives specialty

Surrounding with the deep blue ocean, Maldives showcases its specialty in its nature and alluring seashore, white beaches, and most romantic weather.

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This archipelago consists of 1192 low lying islands which are grouped to 26 atolls. 200 of these 1192 islands are inhabited. To enjoy its wonderful view and beautiful sea sight, you must come once in this most geographically radiated country in the world.



Places to visit in the Maldives

The Maldives has one of the greatest luxury beaches collections in the world. Since this place was founded, this place has been a common choice for selecting the honeymoon package. Being the best holiday destination, Maldives island receives more than millions of people per year from different parts of the world.

Here are some of the best places to visit in the Maldives are described below:


COMO Cocoa Island

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Cocoa Island is one of the major attractions of the Maldives which has several resorts and fantastic water villas. This island has more than 33 water villas that provide excellent facilities to its guests. The foods, natural beauty, and water activities have made this place one of the must-visit places in the Maldives.



Emboodhu Finolhu Island

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One island in the shape of flower bud - yes, this scenery is only possible in the Maldives. This amazing island feature 55 water villas and some of the best luxurious resorts. Pamper yourself with the rejuvenating and superclass amenities and delve yourself in the fancy spa retreat options there with an amazing Maldives tour package.



Male island

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The brilliant starvation of buildings, restaurants, and the life of bars will make your day in Male Island in the Maldives. The international airport is seen here and after getting on here, you can enjoy its ocean poops, other man-made beaches, and the water activities. Some other sightseeing places in this place are Tsunami Monument, Sultan Mosque, Male National Museum and etc.




Banana Reef: A Great Diving Experience

Banana Reef is the top Maldive's point of interest. It is located in North Mal- Atoll, globally acclaimed for being one of the Best Diving Sites across the world. It was the first diving spot to get recognition for licensed diving and training. It is shaped like a banana, the reef is choc-a-block with high-spirited marine life, fantastic corals, amazing cliffs, overhangs, and caves. It can be your favorite activity place.

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You can enjoy and have a fantastic experience in underwater activities like Scuba, Jet skiing, snorkeling. 



Republic Square

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With the oldest Government buildings and other brilliant ancient architectures, Republic Square claims to be a proud focus of spectacular Maldives. When enjoying this place, don't forget to take a visit through the fish market that gives the perfect glimpse of the Maldivian lifestyle. The most beautiful sea creatures and special fruits and vegetables of this place have made it one of the great in the world.



Maldives resorts

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Plenty of luxury resorts with high-class facilities has made this place an ideal vacation spot. The Maldives resorts come with a bulter, adult retreat options, sandstone, separate poop, lounging areas, bar, and restaurants. Apart from the perfectly carved water villas at the Maldives gives tourists a high level of satisfaction that they cannot forget in their whole life.



Foods of Maldives

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Dhivehi Cuisine or Maldivian cuisine is basically based on three items which are coconuts, starches, and fish. They also eat chicken but this is occasionally. National dishes of this place include fish curry, fish soup, and fish fries. The curries are only eaten with steamed rice and roshi. You can also find there some vegetarian options like eggplant, pumpkin, unripe banana curry and etc.



Undersea Restaurant - Enjoy The Delicious Food Underwater

This Underwater restaurant is dazzling in appearance and offers a superlative undersea dining experience, this is one of the exotic Maldives restaurants which is no less than a marvel. This is an amazing place for having lunch, along with an ideal spot for experiencing a sunset dinner. The extensive menu of the restaurant adds on the lavishness. The cost here might seem too expensive, but believe us the experience you gain is all worth it!

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Situated at Hurawalhi Island Resort, 5.8 is the world's largest all-glass undersea restaurant Maldives, which offers a class apart experience and a multi-cuisine extravaganza.

Timings:

Lunch - 12:30 PM onwards,
Sunset Dinner - 6:15 PM onwards, and
Moonlit Dinner - 9:15 PM onwards


With its best beaches, tranquil weather, and most comfortable stay, amazing coral experience, Maldives proof itself as the best holiday destination with family in the world. So, don't get too late to reach this famous archipelago. Maybe you are missing the best season to visit the Maldives. Hurry up!

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