The Maldives, a collection of thousands of coral islands in the Indian ocean is a tropical holiday getaway to experience luxury and leisure amidst the azure blue water. Vibrant culture, pristine sandy beaches, turquoise water, swaying palm trees, amazing architecture of English and Portugal, and high-quality accommodation make the Maldives the perfect destination to enjoy and rejuvenate. The Maldives is also renowned for its extraordinary experience of adventurous water sports.
Here we are with the top 6 must-visit tourist attractions in the Maldives for your next idyllic beach getaway.
Set in North Malé atoll or Kaafu atoll, Malé is the capital city of Maldives Republic. Malé is known for its beautiful landscapes and architectural style of Portugal and English. The capital city Malé is blessed with numerous places to visit such as the Grand Friday Mosque, Hukuru Miskiiy, National Museum, Sultan Park, Tsunami Monument, Sina Malé bridge, Victory monument, and Malé Local market to witness Maldivian culture. A breathtaking human-made beach, the Artificial beach of Malé is a must-visit attraction and the most famous attraction among the tourists.
Baros Island is a stunning island nestled in north Malé Atoll (Kaafu atoll). This island is packed with shady palm trees, pristine beaches in clear blue water. The tropical paradise Baros is one of the most popular Maldivian resorts, known for luxurious 5-star villas and rich hospitality.
Baros resort has various luxurious villas including water villas, beach villas, suites, and residences. The Dining of this five-star resort offers authentic Maldivian cuisine and international cuisine amidst the tranquil atmosphere and turquoise water. Experience the best destination dining With your partner in scenic beauty at Baros Maldives. Relax and rejuvenate at the serenity spa.
Located in Raa Atoll in the Indian ocean, Vaadhoo island is one of the most beautiful glowing beaches in the Maldives. The Vaadhoo island is popular for Bioluminescence plankton that glows in the dark which looks like stars at the shore. This incredible natural phenomenon occurs frequently at Vaadhoo island. Known as the sea of stars and sparkling beach of Maldives, Vaadhoo is also a hotspot for adventurous water activities like kayaking, diving, snorkeling, and swimming.
The most illuminating beach of Vaadhoo Island is indeed a wonder of nature, it should be on your bucket list for the Maldives package.
The Popular Island of Maafushi is located in the Kaafu Atoll at a distance of 27 KM from the capital Male. The Island of Maafushi will amaze you with its charming beauty. Bikini beach is small, calm, and serene to spend quality time in Maafushi. Maafushi Island is renowned for underwater tours and water sports like diving, snorkeling, surfing, and jet skiing. Maafushi has several diving and surfing schools and clubs to visit. You can also enjoy turtle snorkeling, dolphin watching, fishing, and sandbank trips. You can reach by pace boats, public ferries, and speed boats from Malé capital to Maafushi.
Located in HulhuMalé Island in the North Malé atoll, the Banana reef is the very first and most popular diving and snorkeling site in the Maldives. Bright and vivid coral reefs, marine flora, and fauna, Shaped like a banana, Banana reef attracts divers and snorkelers over the globe. In a session of 3-4 hours, you will witness magnificent landscapes, banana caves, unusual textures, rocks and shells, diversity of multicolor fishes, Barracuda, sharks, dolphins. The range at the banana reef starts at 5 meters underwater to 30 meters deep. You can enjoy diving and snorkeling from 9 AM to 7 PM throughout the week.
The Muraka, Rangali Island
Located in Alifu Dhaalu Atoll in the Indian ocean, The Muraka at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is a two-level integrated resident above and below the ocean. The very First underwater resort sits at 5 meters below sea level. The Muraka offers picturesque views of the azure blue Indian ocean and rich marine life that makes it the most bewildering sight in the Maldives. The rooms of this luxurious villa are curved by acrylic glass ceilings and walls to let guests enjoy exceptional underwater sea life.
Once in life, you must experience the exotic living, dining, and sleeping under the sea at the Muraka.