The Maldives is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, exotic wildlife, and the availability of more than a thousand uninhabited island options.
There is luxury everywhere on the islands. The variety of options means you can find something that suits your needs.
For couples or families who love to relax on the beach, a villa at the villa’s location is ideal. It is also close to the ocean and away from the rest. There will also be a variety of water toys for guests who wish to try activities like kayaking, paddleboarding, or jet skiing. There are bars and restaurants on-site. Shows and entertainments can be arranged in the evenings. During the day, activities can be arranged to keep the children busy for a few hours. Parents have the option of taking a break in the sun or going out for dinner.
Many spa resorts such as Joali Being are available in the Maldives to offer relaxation and health-focused services. If you are looking for culture and want to experience the modern side of life on the islands, there are many 5-star hotels close to Male. However, options may be limited in the far north and south. It is recommended to book early to avoid summer rushes.
Chartering a luxury yacht is a great option for anyone who wants to see the best of the Maldives. Catamarans, which are sailing yachts, offer excellent stability, lots of sunbathing areas, and plenty of water toys. There’s also a chef, and steward/stewardess, and they can prepare delicious meals to suit all dietary needs. The crew can entertain the children if they need to take some time for themselves or to recover. For older children, there is usually a selection of movies and an option to play board games.
Things to Do in the Maldives
Living in the Maldives means that the ocean is everything. Even living and dining underwater is possible..
Several underwater restaurants and spas have sprung up since the trend was established.
The Maldives is known for its white sandy beaches and cerulean waters. But, nothing can beat the feeling of walking on the soft, powdery sands. You can live your life in the Maldives at your own pace and without any distractions, while still enjoying all the pleasures of life. Relax on hammocks or sun loungers, and read before meeting up with friends and family for lunch and refreshments. After a quick nap in the shade, you’ll be ready for a full day of water sports such as kayaking, paddle boarding, kiteboarding, and surfing at certain locations.
Deep-sea fishing and bonefishing are very popular in the area. Expert guides are available to hire to take you to the best spots in this archipelago. For those who enjoy the thrill and challenge of fishing, Mulaku Atoll should be your destination. Grill your catch and serve it with fresh salad and other refreshments to enhance the natural flavors.
Male, a city full of culture, is located on the ground. There are several galleries, museums, shops, and cafes in Sultan Park. A half-day walking tour allows you to see the most important sights and learn more about their history. Male is a great place to shop; you can find souvenirs in the streets surrounding Republic Square or the Singapore Bazaar which is the largest craft market in the Maldives.
You are welcome to participate in the lively celebrations, depending on the time of year you visit the Maldives.