Malé; the country’s proud capitalMalé is the most densely populated island and is also the capital of the Maldives. A pleasant cultural outing to start with is a visit to the National Museum located in the former sultan’s palace. Another Malé highlight is the Friday Mosque with its golden dome. If you prefer some peace and quiet, go to the Jumhoree Maidan square, a green oasis of calm in the north of the island.
Snorkelling and diving in the MaldivesThe Maldives consist of some of the most stunning coral islands in the world. The clear water makes for a perfect snorkelling location. Or go scuba diving if you’d like to become one with the brightly coloured fish, whale sharks, rays, turtles and coral reefs. There are many diving schools in the Maldives where you can earn your diving certificate.
South Malé and Ari AtollSouth Malé Atoll consists of a number of islands, including Maafushi, Guraidhoo and Gulhi. Visit spots like the blissful Guraidhoo lagoon or the boatyard at the fishing village on Gulhi. Reethi Beach is an absolutely gorgeous atoll. There are few tourists here, but you’ll find virgin jungle and stunning coral reefs. Take a cruise on a dhoni, a traditional sailing boat. Who knows, you might even encounter dolphins on the way! Interact with the local population on the remote islands to learn more about the genuine Maldivian lifestyle.
Compliment your stay with a BnB from Bed and Breakfast MaldivesIf you’d also like to spend your holiday relaxing along an idyllic lagoon, drink cocktails in the shade of palm trees and swim with tropical fish; then make your way to the pristine beaches of the Maldives! Book a BnB from Bed and Breakfast Maldives to complete your trip!