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06 Reasons to Visit Maldives – Archipelago of Tropical Dreams

The beautiful Maldivian archipelago is a paradise for sun, sand, surf and fun. Spend all your time under sunny skies, explore the ocean and laze on the sun-kissed beaches. Possibilities are endless.

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The Beaches are Amazing

The Beaches are Amazing

Nowhere in the world will you find so many white sand beaches within close proximity to each other. Truly stunning these sun-bleached beds of the softest and finest white sand are just right for digging in your toes and staying put. Look forward to long lazy days on the shores of your Maldives beach resort.

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Snorkelling

Snorkelling

You do not need to be a professional scuba diver to enjoy the glorious sights below the Indian Ocean. When in the Maldives you simply swim over to the nearest reef and start to observe the myriad of colourful coral, tropical fish and sea gardens below the waves. And because visibilities beneath the waves are so marvellous in the Maldives you won't miss a thing. Watch out for lazy sea turtles that are known to pass by the reefs while giant manta rays too can be spotted on a mere snorkelling tour.

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Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving

As mentioned before you do not need to be a professional to explore the ocean depths in Maldives. Scuba diving too is now viable to novices with many Maldives beach hotels offering PADI certificate courses for potential divers as young as 10 years. Explore the reefs, swim with the big fish, scour the wrecks and watch out for reef sharks, whale sharks and pods of dolphins. It's all a treat when scuba diving around the archipelago. There are of course group tours to the best scuba diving and snorkelling spots around the islands.

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Island Hopping

Island Hopping

Of all the things to do at Maldives, this is a favourite. Island hopping entails sailing out to explore the isolated jungle islands as well as inhabited local islands. Enjoy the verdant surroundings of the uninhabited islands. Picnic on serene unspoilt beaches, swim in glistening bays and look out for island wildlife. The local islands are quite a treat where you can savour age-old traditions and customs as well as get a taste of delicious local food.

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Kiddies Paradise

Kiddies Paradise

Kids especially will love interacting with the friendly islanders, for the Maldives is most certainly a family holiday destination. This fact is reflected in the many kiddies clubs presented at the resorts. One of the largest kids clubs on the archipelago, located within the Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma Maldives is a good example promising unlimited fun for children both indoors and outdoors. Resorts also offer cookery classes, coral conservation programmes, scuba diving and snorkelling tours aimed at young ones. These promise to give parents a break and kids a thrilling time.

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Sunset Cruises

Sunset Cruises

Moving on to more adult activities; a sunset cruise into the deep blue sea is one of the most favourite island activities amongst the romantic at heart. Take a chartered yacht cruise at sunset; couple this with a glass of champagne and the fiery glow of the setting sun for a very memorable evening in the Maldives.

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