Maldives: Ultimate Travel Guide

 Sea of stars Maldives The maldives is a gorgeous set of archipelagic islands located in Southern Asia, immersed in the Indian Ocean. It is a popular destination for honeymooners, couples, and families. It’s recommended that you spend at least a week in The Maldives in order to enjoy all the country has to offer and soak up its undeniable beauty!

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Sea of stars Maldives The Maldives is pretty, but what is there to do?

The Maldives has something for everyone – it is primarily famous for its vibrant beaches, lush greenery, cultural landmarks, and adventurous activities. Aside from it’s glitzy scenery,  Maldives is the perfect place for exciting water sports and other adventure activities. Scuba diving, snorkeling, ziplining, hiking, paddle boarding, and boating are just a small number of examples. Other than water sports, you can also island hop, visit the cities of The Maldives like male

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The Islands

The Maldives has a whopping 1,200 islands. Some of the most scenic islands vacationers often travel to include:

  • Malé Island
  • Biyadhoo Island 
  • Maafushi Island
  • Alimatha Island 
  • Veligandu Island 
  • Nalaguraidhoo Island 
  • Vaadhoo Island
  • Villingili Resort Island
  • Milaidhoo
  • Kuredu
  • Mirihi
  • Olhuveli
  • Baros
  • Thoddoo Island
  • Ukulha
  • Asdhoo Island 
  • Utheemu Island 
  • Thulusdhoo Island
  • Fuvahmulah Island 
  • Hithadhoo Island 
  • Bandos Island
  • Dhigurah Island
  • Funadhoo Island

Language, Currency & Safety

  • The national language of the Maldives is Dhivehi, although most Maldivians can speak English fluently.
  • The Maldivian rufiyaa is the currency of the Maldives. 1 Maldivian Rufiyaa equals 0.065 US Dollar. 
  • The Maldives is generally considered a safe country for tourists, so long as you don’t wander alone in unpopulated city areas or those that you’re not knowledgeable about. Many visitors tend to remain close to their resort or other hotels in the case of island hopping. Be aware of poisonous fish and sharks, although confrontation with these creatures is not common. 

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