Maldives is known all over the world for tourism. With beautiful islands, charming beaches, and five-star resorts, the country is ideal for vacationing in luxury. The Maldives also has a reputation for white sand beaches, clear water, and blue skies.
In addition to the scenic scenery, there are many thrilling experiences for tourists in the country. With delicious food. However, with the advent of better shipping systems and more independent guesthouses, the cost of traveling to the Maldives is also gradually decreasing. There is no shortage of spectacular places in this country. However, if you do not see the 7 sights, your journey may be incomplete, they are-
You can start your trip to the Maldives from the capital Malay City. Malé has become a must-visit place due to its rich history, traditional architecture, blue sea and vast array of palm trees. The city is covered in historical architecture on one side and blue and green on the other.
There are many interesting things to enjoy in Male. You can visit the colorful markets on both sides of the road. Apart from this, you can also get an idea about the rich heritage of the country by going to the National Museum.
The beaches of the Maldives are among the most spectacular beaches in the world. Vadhu Island is known for its transparent blue water and breathtaking natural beauty. When the ‘star fair’ sits in the water of the island, a divine scene is incarnated.
Ocean phytoplankton produce bioluminescence, which results in the presence of numerous star-like objects in ocean water, such as blue neon lights. Although this scene is not usually seen. The probability of seeing it increases from the end of summer to the end of the year. Although such a scene will be seen then, it can not be said for sure. As with any natural phenomenon, it takes a little luck to fully enjoy this stunning scene!
Etha Undersea Restaurant
In the local language of Maldives, ‘Itha’ means ‘mother of pearl’. This word is used to describe the captivating beauty here. This restaurant is part of Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa. It is an ideal place to spend quiet time.
The restaurant has seating for only 14 guests and is located five meters below sea level. The slope of the roof is tunnel-like, allowing visitors to enjoy panoramic views of the coral reefs around them. You have to come here by seaplane from Male International Airport. Western and Asian food is available here, but food prices are higher than usual. No food will be available in the restaurant for less than $ 120.
One of the most thrilling experiences in the Maldives is enjoying the bottom of the sea by whale submarine. The submarine looks like a whale, hence its name whale submarine. It is an unforgettable thrilling experience.
If you go to the bottom of the sea by whale submarine, you will meet the diverse and colorful aquatic animals of the Maldives. You can also see yellow boxfish, blue snapper, lionfish, turtles, and sharks. Many people dive in the Maldives. If you don’t want to dive, whale submarines are the best option to see life under the sea.
Grand Friday Mosque
The Grand Friday Mosque in the capital Malé is one of the largest mosques in the world. About 5,000 people can pray here. Many tourists and pilgrims come here every year for the magnificent marble and huge golden dome used in the exterior decoration of the mosque. The mosque is part of the Islamic center of Malé and is located near the city’s main jetty, so it can be seen from the water. The mosque can be visited from 9 am to 5 pm on any day.
This coral reef looks like a banana from above, so it is named Banana Reef. This coral reef is located in the northern part of Malé. Not only in the Maldives, it is probably one of the best diving spots in the whole world. There are colorful aesthetic corals and corals, as well as a rich marine ecosystem and several rocks and caves. If you want to have a thrilling experience under the sea, then Banana Reef is the best place. It is also a very exciting place for diving, because sharks and barracudars are often seen here!
Fulhadu Island has become one of the most popular travel destinations in the Maldives thanks to its transparent lakes, white sand beaches, palm trees, and tranquil surroundings. This island is one of the most remote islands in the world. There is no population here. While staying on this island, you can spend time snorkeling, scuba diving, dolphins and turtles.