The Maldives is an amazing holiday destination. The pristine beaches here overtake you. This divine property, situated in the Indian Ocean, has countless attractions for all kinds of travelers. The 27 ring atolls in this city are charming, interesting, and those who come here are fascinating.
Prepare to be astonished by the charming places of interest below:
1. Banana Reef
This is the most famous dive site in the North Male Atoll, shaped like a banana. It has a spike and a few dramatic groves and hills. Otherwise referred to as 'Gaathugiri,' the reef has very beautiful fish and marine life. The rich coral in the area is the attraction of a wide range of colorful and beautiful fish. And you won't be disgusted to see big banner schools - often as many as a thousand! The black snappers, sharks, barracudas, large squirrels, oriental sweetlips, soldierfish, and theft are other animals to spot. Banana Reef is potentially the best diving conditions in the Maldives.
This small island city is the most heavily populated capital of the Maldives, a must on your Maldives Tour. Male has a pretty colorful building stored together and is surrounded by Turkish waters of the Indian sea. You can walk around the place comfortably as it stretches over a six-kilometer square field. Here you have the opportunity to look closely at the Maldivians lifestyle on their own slopes. The local bazaars are charming and lifestyle, while Friday Mosque, a dome of gold, is popular. A stay in Male overnight is a thing to remember all your life.
3. HP Reef
The HP Reef is definitely a diver's paradise, hailing as the soft coral capital of the world. It was named 'Rainbow Reef,' by the prismatic streaks of soft corals. The reef has a brilliant collection of small fish and large pelagic animals, such as grey reef sharks, eagle rays, tunas, and barracudas known as the 'Girifushi Thila.' HP Reef is a marine protected area in the Maldives which, because of its thrilling crevices, caves, and overhangs, is the perfect place to snorkel. However, because of the strong currents, you must be an experienced diver for swimming.
4. Artificial Beach
A jewel of Male this man-made beach. Compared to other natural beaches on the Maldives, elegance is nothing less. You can relax, have fun playing on the beach, or swim in the cool blue waters of the beach. Be part of the glimmering concerts of music and carnivals that are frequently held here. Taken from the land that is retrieved from the sea, the place is still full of people who want to spend a while away from the business of the region. In the street stalls, you can also sample local delights. When you're in Male, Artificial Beach is a must.
5. Whale Submarine
This is not specifically a special stop but can be described correctly as an incredible underground excursion. This is a kind of experience, in which you can experience the rare beauty of the Maldives with a golden opportunity. The internal submarine is air-conditioned and the ambient pressure is perfectly controlled to ensure natural respiration. As the massive submarine deepens in the water, you will be welcomed at the first stop by multihued corals (depth of 25 meters). The beautifully blue or yellow strewn snappers, common lionfish, yellow boxfish, and tortoises are also to be found here.
6. Bikini Beach
You will fall in love with the Maldives because of the clean, powdered white sands at this beach. The turquoise, enticing water is eye-catching and provides exceptional relaxation. A large wooden fence surrounds the beach – you can swim in a bikini comfortably. The beach isn't long, it's just 50 meters long. You can have an amble with a loved one or just have a sunbath in the Maldivian sun along the beach. The breathtaking beach beauty is almost indescribable flanked by high green palm trees. Surely this is your Maldives paradise.
7. Bandaara Kilhi Lake
This is a Maldivian secret gem, separated from the whole world. It's one of the two lakes of Fuvahmulah, a Maldives island atoll. The majestic beauty of this lake – also a rich depository of various minerals – will thrill you. The lake unites the Fuvahmulah native peoples, each of whom has a pleasant memory of that picturesque lake. There is a viewing deck from which you can admire its half-hearted charm. It was declared by the government to be a protected area.
8. Hulhumale Beach
Hulhumale Beach is another lovely spot to see in the Maldives. A wide section of white sands and turquoise waters are happy to welcome you. The beach is about 100 meters out by a reef. There is little water here that allows the beach to swim perfectly. Snorkeling and swimming past baby sharks, turtles, rays, and a large range of reef fish will take place. Or you can enjoy some fun water sports like kitesurfing and parasailing. One of the biggest benefits is that the beach is facing east, giving it a great sunrise. In the stalls of the different hostels on the beach, you can also have breakfast.
9. Manta Point
Would you like to have a snorkeling experience that you never forget? Well, the Manta Point is a must if you do. What a sense to only remain in the waters to watch the innocent and gigantic Manta Rays closely! Stay very quiet and still, and the first feeling you have is totally inexplicable as these amazing living creatures approach you. Never before can you experience so near and minutely the spectacular gift of mother nature. It's approximately one kilometer long and a meeting place for the mantas also known as Emas Thila. In addition to the manta rays, masked bannerfish, squirrelfish, the rotting emperor and even the napoleons and sharks could also be seen.
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