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Top 6 Things to Do in Maldives – A Breathtaking Island Nation

If you visit the Maldives, you will find a fine selection of interesting things to do, like snorkelling, diving, visiting an inhabited island, surfing, going out on a dolphin cruise and parasailing.



Snorkelling will be a great choice for visitors. When you go snorkelling in the Maldives, you are likely to encounter a diverse array of corals as well as marine creatures including fish and many other sea denizens. Because of the fact that the native Maldivians usually only consume tuna, the fish in the reefs do not feel threatened by snorkelers; sometimes colourful fish will surround the snorkeler creating a mesmerising sight. The pleasant clear waters will add to the pleasure of your snorkelling experience. You may also have the opportunity to encounter sharks and turtles whilst snorkelling in the Maldives.



The Maldives has a reputation as one of the world's foremost places for diving. Experienced divers will be in their element here as they will have the chance to experience diverse undersea treasures. Even if you have no diving experience, you will be able to learn the ropes as it were and gain diving certifications in the Maldives. On your diving session, you will have the opportunity to encounter interesting sea creatures like Napoleons, sharks and manta rays.


Visit one of the inhabited islands

It is sure to be an interesting experience to visit one of the inhabited islands of the Maldives where the native Maldivians make their home. You will find that some locals follow a traditional lifestyle, living much as their ancestors did apart of course for modern technologies like televisions and mobile phones. By visiting one of these local villages you will have the opportunity to gain a fascinating insight into the typical Maldivian mode of life. You will also have the chance to savour some delicious local foods on your visit.



Over the course of time, the Maldives has acquired a reputation as a splendid environment for surfing. Since the islands offer favourable wave conditions for surfing, it is not surprising that numerous professional surfers visit the Maldives to engage in their favoured water sport. In fact, you will find many outstanding surf breaks that will challenge the abilities of top surfers. On the other hand, if you are only moderately skilled or a novice in surfing you will be able to undertake guided lessons to improve your skill levels.


Go on a dolphin cruise

Dolphins are undoubtedly one of the world's most attractive and endearing creatures. If you would like to observe these good-natured marine mammals in their native habitat, you will have the opportunity to do so in the Maldives. Typically, you will embark on your dolphin watching excursion shortly before the hour of sunset; the captain of your boat will know where to head to in order to find groups of dolphins, and you will probably soon be viewing these captivating marine mammals at close range. As you experience Maldives attractions an accommodation choice to consider from where you can go on a dolphin-watching cruise would be Dhigali Maldives.



Adventure seekers visiting the Maldives will have the opportunity to try out parasailing. In parasailing, the participant is attached to a harness that is connected to the parasail wing which resembles a parachute; the parasail is attached to a powerful motorboat that tows it, which causes the parasailer to rise into the air. The experience of soaring over the waters amidst the stunning scenery of the Maldives is likely to be an unforgettable experience.

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