Maldives is called as “the tropical paradise” for reasons. Its beauty is none like other. The Maldives is a tropical country with separated islands, which are separated by the sea. Each island is surrounded by stunning white sandy beaches. It is a wonderful experience to visit and explore the beauty of the islands.

The sea covers about 99% of  Maldives and it is where most attractive things lie in. The natural beauty lies in the Maldivian sea beats no other. There are over five thousand coral reefs and plenty of reef fish, corals, marine mammals, and so many other marine lives. And that is the reason people say, diving in Maldives is unforgettable.

Almost all the islands in Maldvies are surrounded by beautiful pure white sandy beaches. Even if you have nothing else to do, I am sure you won’t get bored walking in the soft white sandy beaches and leaving your footprints on.

When you look at an island from a distance, you can find green trees before anything else, and especially the coconut palms. That brings more beauty to the islands, plus you get the amazing drink out of the coconut palms.

Travelling in a seaplane and watching the beautiful islands from the window is the most wonderful experience you could ever have. Islands are formed in a way that makes around which is called as an atoll. When you see them from seaplane view, it will look like a chain of pearls.

With the natural and beautiful surrounding, you could have a memorable honeymoon trip in Maldives. It is also an ideal place to have a family holiday, where you can spend lovely moments with fun and enjoyment in the beautiful pure white beaches.

Things to do

The Maldives is renowned for its incredible diving opportunities. The crystal clear water and shallow lagoons are perfect for snorkelling, while the reef walls offer a kaleidoscope of sea life for more experienced divers. The Maldives have an amazing diversity of sea life, with corals and over 2000 species of fish, ranging from reef fish and reef sharks to moray eels, rays and whale sharks. The island’s many sheltered lagoons also provide the perfect destination to enjoy an adventure-filled family holiday or romantic getaway for two