Thursday, January 20, 2022

What to do in the Maldives

A paradise of turquoise water in which we have all wished to be at least once. The white sandy beaches invite us to relax, perhaps to lie down on the hammocks, but there is really a lot to do and see in this country made up of almost 1200 coral islands lost in the Indian Ocean. If you want to live a truly unforgettable experience, here is what to do in the Maldives.


One of the most beautiful things to do in the Maldives is snorkeling. You will notice an incredible variety of colorful fish and corals. Most of the resorts here have their own coral reefs, which means you can easily swim outside your villa and float. Some resorts will also take you to some of the best snorkeling spots nearby. No matter where you go, the variety of fish, corals and other shelled pieces is unmatched and the water is so clear that you almost think you can breathe it. The Maldives are one of the best places to snorkel, both for the richness of its seabed and for the mild water temperature, which allows you to practice this sport throughout the year. The coral reef of the Maldives is undoubtedly the main attraction for those who practice diving or snorkeling.

Isole Maldive: gli atolli più belli | Costa Crociere

Dive with hammerhead sharks

Hammerhead sharks, among the most bizarre marine creatures, are easily visible in the waters of the Maldives. Few experiences are more exciting than a dive at dawn to dive up to thirty meters deep and observe a huge school of hungry hammerhead sharks looking for food. Their huge dimensions combined with their peculiar appearance seem to be something out of a science fiction film and diving with them into the depths of the seas is a surefire way to get an adrenaline rush. Approaching these mysterious and majestic personalities means approaching an unforgettable memory. Of the most famous destinations in the world for diving with sharks, of course, are the Maldives.

Shark Diving Trips in Maldives | Dive Worldwide


Scuba diving is by far one of the best experiences when visiting the Maldives. If you are not licensed, you will be able to travel only 12 meters deep, but even in this case the marine life is absolutely incredible: you will be able to see the sharks, the eagle ray and many other species. The sea current is a constant of diving in the Maldives. It brings nourishment for all the inhabitants of the coral reef, but the current is synonymous with the encounter with sharks. The night dives that in the Maldives are not many but one of the most famous is located in Ari.

Watch the sunset or sunrise

Nothing seems more romantic than watching the sunset or sunrise. And it is known that one of the most beautiful things to do in the Maldives is to admire that special light towards the end of the day. This is a thing to do in the Maldives for a local experience. The duration of sunrise and sunset in the Maldives is approximately 20 minutes.

Una giornata a Keyodhoo (Maldive) dall'alba al tramonto ...


If there is something that is not missing in the Maldives, it is good food. Cuisine in the Maldives tends to be similar to that of Sri Lanka. Local cuisine tends to favor fish, which is literally also served for breakfast. From fresh tropical fruit to delicious fish; from grilled meat to Japanese or Italian cuisine; one of the greatest things to do in the Maldives is to eat. The main foods of this country’s cuisine are rice and fish, while meat is eaten only on special occasions. Among the specialties, the most common are fried fish, curry fish and fish soup. The dishes are often spicy and flavored with coconuts. Curry, known as riha, is also widely used and rice is often replaced by roshi.

Dolphin spotting

Many resorts in the Maldives offer dolphin watching excursions and it is one of the most popular excursions among tourists. But there’s a problem. Resorts cannot guarantee that you will see dolphins. It is a coincidence, it can also depend on weather conditions and seasons. Muli Channel in Meemu Atoll is rarely known and spoken. But it is definitely one of the best dolphin spots in the Maldives. The better the weather, the better chance of seeing dolphins. At this point the dolphins are very friendly, they usually follow the boat and perform high jumps if applause and applause. The best times to see dolphins are between 9:00 and 10:30 in the morning and from 15:30 to 17:00 in the afternoon. There is more possibility in the afternoon than in the morning and the amount of dolphins is much more.


Dolphin ID Project - Marine Savers

Visit the National Museum

The exhibition begins on the lower floor with galleries dedicated to the ancient and medieval periods of Maldivian history. The exhibits preserved weapons, religious objects and household items, as well as many engraved pieces of wood. The museum houses a large collection of historical artifacts that describe the country’s history and rich cultural heritage, ranging from ancient stone objects to fragments of real antiquities dating back to the Buddhist era and the rule of Islamic monarchs.

Visit Fulhadhoo beach 

Sitting on a little-known corner of paradise, lost in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, this snow-white sandy beach is surrounded by many coconut palms. The island is full of places for snorkeling and free diving, but other sandy and uninhabited escapes of the island are only a short swim. If a peaceful and quiet holiday is what you need. This beach is truly a remote oasis. This island is relatively large and the village occupies only a small area. The best time to visit the Maldives is the dry season from January to April or the small dry season from June to August. The rest of the year is a lot of rain.

Fulhadhoo Inn, Isole Maldive | Da 76 € | Offerte Agoda

Maldives water sports

Here are some of the best water sports that can be practiced in the Maldives: Wakeboarding is one of the most fantastic water sports in the Maldives which involves holding on to a rope while walking on the water. The thing you need most in the activity is to maintain a balance. Flyboarding is an extreme sport. Flyboarding involves getting on a flyboard that is attached to a jet ski from a tube and sending it into the air, which is why it is one of the most popular water activities in the Maldives. Catamaran Sailing will make you fall in love with the Maldives once again, but also with nature. Sailing in the wonderful ocean observing beautiful islands from afar with such serenity is just a fascinating moment. These are just some of the sports that can be practiced in the Maldives!

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