With so many things to do at Maldives, it can be hard deciding which ones should be done first – especially if your holiday only lasts for a few days. As the islands of Maldives are a major tourist destination, there’s always plenty of water activities that will keep you endlessly busy and entertained. Finding a suitable accommodation that provides for a myriad of water sports can be quite challenging as there’s plenty to choose from, such as Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma Maldives.
Lovers of the sea and all water related activities would find that in Maldives, it is entirely possible to swim with dolphins! Go on a dolphin cruise where the most visited dolphins, Spinner dolphins are easily spotted frolicking and playing around in warm waters of the Maldivian sea. Depending on the weather and sea conditions, guests will be permitted to jumping in to the ocean for a rare and memorable chance of swimming with these beautiful and energetic creatures of the wild.
Other commonly seen dolphins are Risso’s dolphins, Bottlenose dolphins, Pantropical dolphins and striped dolphins. Make sure you ask your guide on what dolphin species you see! Visitors will also get a rare chance to see Dwarf Sperm whales, Killer whales, Bryde’s whales, Shortfin Pilot whales, Blue whales and many others swimming in the azure Maldivian sea. The Blue whales, however are known to be a “pygmy” type, although they still grow to about 20metres in length.
During the cruise, guests will be able to take in the breath taking views of the surrounding ocean and Maldivian islands while also enjoying a little picnic on board. As the whale and dolphin tours are at their initial stage and not quite popular in Maldives, guests will often find themselves in the middle of a vast sea with no other boats around. Tourists can enjoy the serenity of being in the open sea and surrounded by the beauty of nature!
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