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5 Pristine Places to Visit in the Maldives for An Amazing Vacay! – Embrace the diversity of the Maldives

When you visit a nation like the Maldives, it is very easy to get side-tracked by the fancy resorts and the water sports. This may lead to you unwittingly staying in a small area of land for the entirety of your stay. However, the reality is that the Maldives has so much more to offer!


Embrace the wonders of the Malé Atoll

As an island that is located on the southern side of the North Malé Atoll, this is essentially the biggest city and most popular destination in the Maldives. It is well known as a destination that has lush spreads of forests as well as stunning beaches to offer all those who visit.
Additionally, this part of the nation also offers the humble abode of the Royal Dynasties of the past and is now referred to as the Kings Island. With so much excitement and culture to be experienced, visitors should simply not miss out!
If you are running the Maldives attractions or are staying at a location like the Heritance Aarah Maldives be sure to ask for the best way to incorporate the Kings Island into your itinerary.


Settle into the Sun Island

Located in the Nalaguraidhoo Island in the South Ari Atoll, this destination is another popular place that travellers will flock to. Many of those who visit will arrive in the hopes of relaxing amongst the lush landscapes of this island, while tourists will also simply settle in for a few days of sparkling beaches and fabulous resorts.
This is also an ideal location if you are travelling with a romantic partner or on your honeymoon.


Dive into the Banana Reef

When it comes to travelling across the Maldives, you may be missing out if you do not seize the opportunity to get some scuba diving lessons and exploring the wonders of the aquatic world.
With some of the most azure oceans as well as the most diverse arrays of marine life, this is an opportunity of a lifetime.
The Banana Reef is well known for being one of the first places in the nation to get recognition as a licensed location for diving and training, so there really is no better place to get started.
It is also a popular destination for the adrenaline junkies who visit the Maldives!


Head out on a canoe

If you ever find yourself in the vicinity of a small island with a canoe, then the best thing to do is hop on board and start paddling. The Alimatha Islands are a great place to start. There is something quite lovely about canoeing on oceans that are rarely rough.


Check out an artificial beach

While the nation has plenty of stunning beaches, there is always room for more. The Maldivian government has developed several Artificial beaches for people to visit.
However, keep in mind that these sites have rules and regulations regarding attire that must be strictly adhered to if you are thinking of visiting.