The Maldives are renowned for their stunningly blue sea, perfect coral reefs for divers, white sand beaches, and opulent private island resorts. This location may perhaps be well renowned as the best honeymoon destination in the world, but there is much more to that than just lounging on a private island’s beach. Here are some fun things to try when you’re here.
The absolute best thing to do in the Maldives is dive! Even without a PADI certification, anyone can dive. However, if you are not qualified and would like to dive further, you should be aware that virtually every resort in the Maldives offers PADI certification. The staff at the majority of resorts’ diving schools will give you all the supplies you need to earn your open-water certification.
Here, if you want to spend the entire day surfing, a boat will carry you to a location with high waves. There will be no crowds at all, and you can count on experiencing adventure. The surge in the Indian Ocean typically reaches a shoulder-to-head height, and you can catch some exceptionally long waves, so the waves there are actually very powerful. Both pro and intermediate surfers will love it. Surf resorts in Maldives the likes of Cinnamon Dhonveli Maldives even provide you with all the gear and safety equipment you need.
Once more, if you want to view dolphins or whale sharks, the Maldives is certainly among the greatest places to travel. Therefore, take advantage of this fantastic chance while you are there! Keep a watch out for whale sharks, manta rays, and flying fish as well! The recipe for the ideal evening includes a gorgeous sunset, a glass of champagne, and the exciting creatures you meet.
Visit a deserted island
Some hotels, though not all, will take you to an inhabited island upon request. How awesome would it be to disconnect from the outside world for a day, live like Robinson Crusoe, and have an island all to yourself? You can swim around the island while wearing snorkelling gear, read a book, chase crabs around the teeny bit of land, or just unwind and commune with nature.