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New things to try for honeymoon couples in the Maldives- For an unforgettable holiday!

The islands that make up the Maldives are the ultimate honeymoon destination. They are truly magnificent, with many excellent resorts, aquatic life, island hopping, among the activities waiting for you.


Visit Baa Atoll Biosphere Reserve

The Maldives has one of the finest coral covers in the world and is a top snorkelling destination. Moreover, Baa Atoll Biosphere Reserve is the seventh-largest coral reef in the world. The Reserve has over 250 types of corals and shelters over 1,200 species of fish. Observe an exquisite range of marine life such as butterflyfish, angelfish, clownfish, moray eels, and dolphins. The Reserve is visited by many endangered species such as tawny nurse sharks, hawksbill turtles, and green turtles. The flourishing biodiversity of above water flora and fauna has mangroves, lizards, herons, fruit bats and many more. Places like The Nautilus Maldives are among the excellent resorts found in the atoll.


The capital Male

A visit to the capital and economic centre of the Maldives should be part of your itinerary. Though it is a small island it is the most populous island in the Maldives. There are quite a few things to see in Male, The Grand Mosque, National Museum, and the Fish Market are popular with tourists. There is also Newport, a hip spot located on the busy beachside road with an exciting array of restaurants to check out. If you want to stay close to the capital in comfort many classy resorts such as Varu by Atmosphere offer great luxury accommodation.


Majeedhee Magu

When in Male head to Majeedhee Magu for a Maldivian shopping experience! This street is filled with plenty of shops that feature a range of Maldivian delicacies, apparel, and local handicrafts to take back home. The street can be found just by walking down the main road in Male. The best times to visit is between 9.00 am to 11.00 pm


The islands and water activities

In the Maldives, there are over 200 islands, of which some are private island resorts and some are part of the government. The most scenic happens to be the private resorts. These islands are ideal places to try your hand water activities. The islands are terrific places for snorkelling, diving, jet-skiing, kite surfing and other water sports in Maldives. Among them, Biyadhoo Island is a paradise for diving and snorkelling, set in the Kaafu Atoll. This little island is filled with dense vegetation, crystal clear waters, and vast extents of coral beds.
You can also try diving at Banana Reef for its cliffs, caves, overhangs, and vast coral beds. The reef is shaped like a banana and was the first official diving spot in the Maldives.
Alimatha Island has rich marine life and beautiful turquoise waters with white sandy beaches.
A unique experience can be had at Vaadhoo Islands, which is situated in the Raa Atoll. This island is famous for its magical bioluminescence effect on the waters due to a chemical reaction. Snorkelling and swimming in these waters at night will be a magical experience!


HP Reef

Is one of the most famous attractions in the Maldives, lovers of coral and marine life will truly welcome this experience. This protected location is home to an abundance of fishes and is a beautiful environment. The diverse colourful corals, fish and caves will give you many hours of reef exploration.