Category Archives: Naladhu

24th November 2018, By

Experiencing the Maldives – Discovering Heaven…

Pristine beaches, magical sunsets, ethereal underwater worlds; it is no wonder the Maldives is often referred to as “paradise”. Of course, there are some quintessential highlights that you need to experience when here.…
10th October 2018, By

Snorkelling in Maldives – Witness aquatic life…

How about a glimpse of the rainbow coloured life that thrives beneath the wavy waters of the great blue? Snorkelling can prove to be very satisfying for those of you who have developed a passion and appreciation for aquatic life. …
3rd June 2017, By

Best Time to Visit Maldives – Keep Dry Sea…

The Maldivian islands are considered to be a modern geological miracle. The islands that we now know as the Maldives used to be the coral reefs that surrounded prehistoric volcanoes. As these volcanoes slowly sank into the sea ove…
5th February 2017, By

Why the Beach Sand in Maldives is White – An E…

The pristine white sands of Maldives have a unique and interesting story behind it. With soft sands that form a bed for your feet, you’ll be quite surprised at where this sand comes from. Those who have stayed at Maldives Is…
8th November 2016, By

The Best Beaches in Maldives – little piec…

Anyone looking for the best beaches in the world would surely top their list with the pristine white shores of the Maldives. Made up of 26 circular coral islands known as atolls, the Maldives offer several exciting options for tra…
8th November 2016, By

Diving in the Exotic Maldives – exploring …

The swaying palm trees, fine white sands and colourful coral reefs that peak out from the clear turquoise waters, are all the reasons to vacation on the beautifully exotic Maldives islands. Thousands of tourists visit these seclud…
15th August 2016, By

Seafood Dishes in Maldives -Mouthwatering Delica…

Maldives is regarded as a tropical paradise island in the Southern Hemisphere. Praised the world over for its beaches and the turquoise waters around it, it’s no surprise the island could be a feast destination for any seafo…