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Holidays in the Maldives: exciting places to visit

The Maldives is a paradise for diving and scuba diving travel in the heart of the Indian Ocean. It is full of exciting places to visit, from its beautiful beaches and ocean sports to its historical landmarks. This article mentions the most amazing places to see during your travel in the Maldives.

Activities

Things to do For those who look to scuba dive, spots for scuba trips are plentiful. If you are up for adventurous dive trips, go to Fish Head Island; here scuba divers will find themselves right next to grey sharks and other large marine life. Another famous diving spot is the Wreck of the Great Maldives spot; here you can dive down and see the infamous wrecked ship for yourself. Banana Reef is a famous coral reef community that is a great location for snorkelling. Near this area are also breathtakingly beautiful cliffs. On almost every island in the Maldives a tourist beach can be visited. So for those who want to relax, this is also an option. Para-sailing is another excursion you can take during your beach stay. Morning fishing trips are also a great way to enjoy the stunning scenery of the Maldives islands. You can also go to the southern islands of Addu Attoll. Here, you can rent a bicycle, do some island hopping, and experience the culture of the southern Maldives.

Landmarks

Landmarks While the Maldives is often seen as a hub for resort travel and luxury ocean travel, the Maldives also has many intriguing cultural and historic landmarks. Male', the capital of the Republic of Maldives, is home to the famous Grand Friday Mosque. If you go here, you can truly get a glimpse into the Muslim culture of the Maldives. Male' also is home to the National Museum, and here stands the last remaining part of the original sultan's home. In total, there are over 1100 islands in the Maldives and the Maldives is full of luxury island travel and resort experiences. Island hopping is the best way to experience the Maldives. Hotels in the Maldives range from budget to expensive.
For those who want to travel to the Maldives, you should give yourself at least two days in Male' before heading south.
Final word Also, be sure to book flights to the Maldives in advance, as ocean holidays can be expensive and air ticket prices will certainly be higher during peak seasons.

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