Maldives Fish and Marine life -Life under

Maldives is a group of islands in the Southern part of the Indian Ocean. Often praised for its beauty and featured in travel and leisure magazines throughout the world. The turquoise waters surrounding the islands are one of the key factors that attract many tourists to the Maldives. You can find many a luxury Maldives beach resort in this archipelago that is acclaimed all over the world as a tourist paradise. There is no shortage of choice if you want to pick a place to stay at. One of the noteworthy choices according to past guests is PER AQUUM Niyama Maldives.

Not only is the land beautifully decorated with resorts and beaches, the waters around Maldives have an abundance of natural resources. The marine life in the Maldives is fascinating. There are well over 2000 species of fish and corals. There is an array of fish in the Maldivian waters such as colourful reef fish, Reef Sharks, Moray Eels and a range of rays such as Manta Rays, Stingrays and Eagle Rays. The Whale shark also calls the Maldivian waters home.

The best way to explore all the species under the ocean is to get in the waters. You wouldn’t even have to go too far out even the shallow waters have plenty of fish and corals. However, the Maldives is a diver’s paradise. There are also glass bottom boat tours operating from various parts of the island.

The marine life of Maldives is often described as a city under water because the corals and reefs are often referred to as the infrastructure of a modern city and various schools of fish, sharks and other marine life call them home.

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+

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