With seemingly endless blue skies, white sandy beaches and gin-clear waters, the Maldives is a dream vacation destination. Here is a guide to exploring it.
Weather in the Maldives
Generally, the month of March is very popular with visiting tourists, with temperatures remaining at a delightfully warm 30 degrees, with little to no rain. Do note that, Maldives villas including the likes of Kuramathi Maldives get booked up for fast, so consider making reservations well in advance.
Best places to visit in the Maldives
While the Maldives offer little else from the unending sun, surf and sea, there are a few places to consider visiting. The capital island of Male in particular is home to a museum, a beautiful mosque and a bustling fish market.
The local cuisine
The local Maldivian cuisine is delightful and quite spicy, thanks to the influence of the island nations’ neighbors including India and Sri Lanka. Seafood is abundant, with fish playing a major role in the cuisine along with the use of coconuts.
The Maldives is famed for being a land of beaches, and is hands down one of the best places to enjoy water-based adventure sports to your heart’s content. Popular activities include diving and snorkelling.