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Best Things to do in Maldives Honeymoon Tour

Maldives Honeymoon Package

Maldives is an island country located in southwestern India and Sri Lanka in the Indian Ocean. With many beaches, places to see, water sports and so much more, the Maldives attract travelers from all over. Tourists choose among several packages in the Maldives to fully enjoy their holidays.

The Maldives is a destination of choice for those looking for a tropical getaway to spend time with their family or to start their new married life. This beautiful archipelago of the Indian Ocean attracts many tourists from all walks of life with its beaches, historical monuments, coral reefs and turquoise lagoons. Travelers to the Maldives can enjoy many water sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, etc. Shopping, spa and wellness are also essential activities in the Maldives during the holidays.

1.  Scuba Diving
Scuba Diving

The Maldives is one of the best destinations in the world for scuba diving. Thousands of divers come to the Maldives every year to experience this incredible underwater experience, and many of them come back year after year to continue exploring the many dive sites in the Maldives. The best way to go scuba diving in the Maldives is to organize a cruise safari. In this way, you spend a week or two weeks sailing all over the islands on a safari boat with all the amenities you need. Every day you wake up near a new dive site, you just dive into the water. This makes diving a lot easier and relaxing as you eliminate all boat trips from resort to dive site.

2. Relaxing at Resorts

Relaxing at Resorts

Maldives has some interesting policies for hotel development. Only one resort can be built on each island and all new hotels must be built to a certain standard. The result is an assortment of the most remote, intimate, luxurious and spectacular resorts in the world. Just take a look around the internet in Maldives resorts to discover some of the most beautiful and romantic hotels you've ever seen. They are also among the most expensive hotel rooms in the world, but if you have the money, it's worth it!

3. Sundowners at Sunset

Sundowners at Sunset

One of the most spectacular things about the Maldives are the amazing sunsets. As night falls, life in the Maldives slows down considerably and not much happens. So, enjoy the sunset. Find a good place overlooking the ocean, have a cool beer and watch the sun melt in the ocean. Unbeatable!

4. Surfing

The Maldives has recently been recognized as an international surfing destination. Several international competitions have been held here recently and people are realizing the power of the Maldives break. Some resorts welcome surfers and take you a few times a day by boat to enjoy the best breaks.

5. Snorkeling

If you do not feel like diving in scuba diving, you can still experience the wonders of the underwater world with snorkeling. It's a good idea to bring your own snorkeling equipment from your home to make sure it's snug and comfortable. You can rent or borrow equipment from your resort if you do not want to buy. This is one of the best snorkeling in the world.

6. Eat
Eat Maldives

The food in the Maldives is one of the freshest, most delicious in the world. Paradise of seafood lovers, here you will find lobster, scallops, octopus, squid, tuna and all kinds of fish cooked in all kinds of ways. The Asian flavors of the islands often include curry, coconut and other exotic spices. During your holidays here, do not be shy. These are things you have never seen and have never heard of, you will not be disappointed.

7. Male Fish Market

Male Fish Market

The Male Fish Market is still buzzing, but the highlight of every day is the afternoon, around 4 pm, when most boats come back with the fruits of their labor. Tuna is the most common fish here. Huge specimens are on the market and are quickly sold to restaurants in the Maldives. The fish market is located near the Place de la République, along the seafront.

8. Local market
Local market

The local market of Male is located just a few minutes walk from the fish market and is a very interesting shopping experience. People from all the atolls bring items from their islands to the Malé market. These include fresh and dried fruits and vegetables, spices and crafts. All items including turtle shells, corals, pearls and reptile skins are prohibited in the Maldives. If you see anything made from these materials, you should not buy it because you could spread the trade of endangered creatures and you could also have problems at the airport. You can also shop on the islands. Most resorts usually organize trips to other islands and it is better to buy souvenirs directly from these places than at your resort, where you will end up paying a lot more.

9. Hukuru Miskiiy Mosque
Hukuru Miskiiy Mosque

Hukuru Miskiiy is a magnificent mosque built in 1656. The building features intricate carvings and is mainly composed of coral. The sculptures are present outside and inside the mosque, especially on the ceiling.

10. National Museum
National Museum

The National Museum of the Maldives is located in a palace of the Sultan Park, an attractive green space in the middle of the Malé madness, with a considerable amount of beautiful flora and fauna. The National Museum is an interesting tour, but it is very different from the museums you find in developed cities like London or New York. Among the exhibits, visitors can admire coral sculptures, pre-Islamic artifacts, traditional island musical instruments and a wide variety of wooden sculptures.

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