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Top 19 things to do on your Maldives honeymoon – Attractions that’ll make your honeymoon unforgettable

The Maldives is one of the fascinating places on earth. The blue ocean, watersports, cruises and cuisine are a few reasons why you should spend your honeymoon on this tropical island.


Island hopping

Limiting yourself to the delights of your resort island isn't good enough; there are 200 inhabited islands waiting to be explored. So, book yourself on an island hopping tour and explore as many islands as you can.



The Maldives is primarily known as a watersports destination, and you should reap the benefits of what the country offers. The country is surrounded by the sea, and the underwater world is nothing less than perfect. So, grab some diving gear and plunge into the deep blue ocean.


A soothing massage

Resorts employ experienced Thai masseurs for the benefit of their guests; spoil yourself with a soothing massage with your partner in the view of the sea.


Submarine rides

You can make your honeymoon better by adding some adventure to it, and a submarine ride is the best way to do it – get your resort to book a ride for you, and you can go out there and enjoy the enchanting underwater world.


An underwater dinner

This is one of the classic things offered by the Maldives. There's a restaurant that burrows into the ocean; there you can feast on delicious food while being surrounded by the extraordinary marine life.


The bioluminescent beach

The most magical place in the Maldives, the bioluminescent beach is gifted by a natural phenomenon: you can take a stroll on the coastline while taking in the breathtaking vista.


A visit to the museum

The Maldives has an attention-grabbing history, if you know a few details of Maldivian history, to add more details to your knowledge reservoir, visit the National Museum – the museum houses a large collection of artefacts pertaining to the country's history.


A boat ride

Hope on a boat and row your way around the Maldives. There's an array of boat rides you can choose from, and your resort staff will be delighted to help you find the right one.


A cruise

Cruising is the most romantic thing to do on a holiday in the Maldives – places like Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas will most probably offer specially designed cruises for honeymooners on request. Their overwater villas in Maldives are also another option for a different kind of romantic experience surrounded by azure blue waters.



Get your resort to arrange a fishing trip for you; you can go out into the sea and catch what you want to have for dinner!



Swimming in the blue waters of the Indian Ocean is a relaxing experience. If you are not much of a water enthusiast but love the sea, swimming can give you a taste of watersports.



Enjoy a candlelit dinner with your partner in the view of the sea and with the calming sensation of the sea breeze.


Treasure hunting

This is another underwater excursion you can enjoy. There are resorts that offer excellent treasure hunting; all you have to do is ask them to arrange an excursion for you.



Stand tall on the surfing board and seize the untamed waves of the ocean with the help of the wind.


Dolphin watching

The Maldives is one of the best places for dolphin watching. You can go out into the sea, and wait for these playful creatures to jump out and into the sea, if they know they are being watched, they are going to be even more playful.


A city tour in Male

While you are in the Maldives, make time to explore the capital city. You'll be surprised to find the treasure the city hides.


A morning walk

Get up a little early and go for a morning walk on the beach: experience the calm sea and welcome the rising sun.


Tsunami Monument

Pay tribute to those who were lost in the tragic disaster: the monument is located in Male.


The cuisine

The Maldivian cuisine is inspired by Chinese, Indian and Sri Lankan cuisines: pop into a local restaurant and gorge on delicious Maldivian food.