Dolphin Cruise in Maldives – Beauties of the Ocean

Set among the great waters of the Indian Ocean , Maldives is truly a paradise for great beaches as well as the rich marine life in its surrounding. The island attracts large number of visitors annually. Some come to soak up the tropical sun , while some come for some adventure sports and some are attracted purely by the Marine life surrounding the islands.Maldives Resorts cater to all these types of visitors and one of the noteworthy resorts in the islands that has been recommended by past tourist is Kurumba Maldives . Regarded as one of the first of its nature the resort consists of many well designed bunglows and offers great dining spaces.

The picture perfect islands are also home to a wide species of Whales and Dolphins. Thousands of these sea beauties can be spotted around the island. So far there are 23 recorded species of Dolphins and Whales found in the surroundings of the island. Some of the most common and abundantly found species include, Spinner Dolphins, Bottlenose Dolphins and Risso’s Dolphins. Sperm Whales , Bryde Whales as well as Blue Whales could also be spotted regularly in the waters surrounding the islands. Spinner Doplhins take the breath away with their highly energetic acrobatic ways and these are spotted on most cruises. Some of the cruises also give guest the opportunity to swim with them.

Due to its popularity many cruises get booked well ahead of their departure. Some of the hotels in Maldives also organize these tours to explore the beauty of these majestic sea creatures.

Beneath the water surface lies a whole new world to explore one of the best way to do so would be to take on a scuba diving adventure , where better than the Maldives for this? There are many more exciting activities to undertake in the Maldives such as Snorkelling , Kite sailing , paragliding among many others.

 

Shehera Fioni is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Catalina Forbes. Her content is based on many thrilling escapades offered to travellers across the world.

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