24th December 2013, By

Napoleons in Maldives – In Search of Cheilinus…

Cheilinus Undulates otherwise known as Napoleon Wrasse is a fascinating fish species that can be found in the waters around the Maldives. Those planning to catch sight of Napoleons and the country’s other exotic marine life …
19th December 2013, By

The National Auto Museum- the Home of Rainbow Ca…

Abu Dhabi, the largest city in the United Arab Emirates is one of the most developed countries in the world. With thousands of amazing attractions, Abu Dhabi has become one of the favourite tourist destinations of many. From shopp…
17th December 2013, By

Exciting Adventures at Manta Rays Sites in Maldi…

Gliding through the waters in smooth, majestic movements and bearing similarities to a spectacle similar to those one is used to seeing in sci-fi movies, manta rays offer a truly awe-inspiring sight. The Maldives is one of the bes…
17th December 2013, By

Nassimo Thila in Maldives – plunge into a …

Widely considered to be one of the best diving sites in the North Male atoll in the Maldives, Nassimo Thila features a fabulous array of caves and rock formations, with an abundance of fish life that will make any foray into the d…
17th December 2013, By

Boduberu – “Vibrating the island”…

First appeared in the Maldives around  the 11th Century AD, Boduberu is an energetic performance that has gained much popularity in the Maldives. A Maldives island hotel is perhaps the best place to experience this unique show an…
17th December 2013, By

Weather in Maldives – Soaking up the Sun…

A tropical paradise, the Maldives is blessed with a warm climate that provides an ideal respite from the harsh winters experienced in the west. Staying at Maldives resorts that provide an island getaway is an ideal way to enjoy no…
13th December 2013, By

Travel Trips to Maldives – The Ultimate Vacati…

For so many years way back in the past, people hardly knew about the treasures a certain number of dots in the world map nestled; for that is exactly what the Maldives looks like from a World Map; a cluster of dots. But come close…