Category Archives: Maldives Holiday Travel

10th July 2018, By

Diving with Manta Rays in the Maldives – A Tru…

Swimming along with these gentle and peaceful creatures of the deep will prove to be an unforgettable underwater adventure. Read on to find out more… The Experience Gliding along with these gentle giants imparts a sense of p…
11th June 2018, By

Over and Underwater in the Maldives – Go Forth…

Check out the top five activities to do both over and underwater while you are on your dream vacation In the Maldives, one of the most premier holiday destinations in the world! Try Sandbank Snorkelling Sandbank Snorkelling is an …
31st May 2018, By

Maldives Travel Info – Before you vacation…

The Maldives is an archipelago made up of over a 1000 islands, and it is a popular tourist destination that features turquoise blue waters and pristine white sand beaches. Best time to visit The best time to visit the Maldives is …
25th April 2018, By

Best Time of the Year to Visit the Maldives – …

If you are planning on going for a sun-drenched vacation in The Maldives, take a quick read below to find out the best times to visit, fun things to do and see while holidaying like a star! When to Go For those who simply wish to …
14th March 2018, By

The Maldives, the Wedding Destination of Your Dr…

The Maldives islands are one of the most popular wedding destinations and it’s no surprise as to why. These landmasses are the pinnacle of tropical beauty and have all the rights things for romance.   Weather and Climat…
9th February 2018, By

Dhivehi, the National Language of Maldives – A…

The language of the Maldives is strikingly similar to Sinhala, the language of Sri Lanka. You might notice many phrases or words that were seemingly lifted straight from the Hindi language as well. The Basics If you wish to greet …
18th December 2017, By

Maldives Food and Drink – The Essential Eats o…

The cuisine of the Maldives is quite fascinating, and is the amalgamation of a range of worldwide influences that hail from the Middle East, Sri Lanka, India, and even parts of South-East Asia. Mas Huni Given that around 90% of th…