Tag Archives: Maldives

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 …
9th February 2018, By

Old Friday Mosque – The Mosque of Wonder…

This religious place is celebrated for having visitors of all beliefs walking into it only for the structural design and vision it offers. The Mosque Structured brilliantly with coral gravel that has complicated designs etched ont…
9th February 2018, By

Scuba Diving at the Maldives – The Must no…

Scuba Diving and a vacation to the Maldives go hand in hand with the beauty and the views underwater are even better than the ones on top. The best of the lost Of all the Maldives attractions, the North Male Atoll is the most vis…
6th February 2018, By

Maldives Nature and Wildlife – The Wondrou…

The beauty of the Maldives is most evident when you begin exploring the natural side of this island nation, from the lush mini-pockets of forest to her enigmatic marine realms. Mammals Due to the island nature of the nation, there…
30th January 2018, By

Things you wish you have known before travelling…

The beautiful Maldives is indeed paradise on earth. A tropical holiday to the beautiful Maldives will leave anyone in a state of euphoria Take Along Garments that Conform to Muslim Law You will arrive in the capital Male and the c…
28th January 2018, By

Maldives is more than just a Beach Holiday – C…

The Maldives have definitely risen to the top of the world’s list of best travel destinations, and interestingly you might find that there’s more to the country than the beautiful beaches and island resorts. Exceptiona…
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…