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The Maldives enjoys a tropical climate and has two distinct seasons; the dry season, known as the “Iruvai” Monsoon (Northeast Monsoon) - April to December, and the wet season or “Hulhangu” Monsoon (Southwest Monsoon) - May to November. The dry season, as the name suggests, is a period of regular sunshine with little or no rain showers. This is also the best season for scuba diving. The wet season is a period in which the whole of Maldives experiences torrential rain showers which includes thunder storms. This is the best season for surfing due to good swells and wave generation. The wet season does offer periods of sunshine similar to balmy days you would experience during the dry season, as Maldives enjoys year long sunshine. The temperature normally ranges from


Land wildlife and vegetation in the Maldives are limited in terms of
bio-diversity. However, this aspect is overshadowed by the abundant
marine flora and fauna to be found in the Maldives. The month of June 2011 even saw Baa Atoll of the Maldives being declared a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. The Maldives is home to over 2,000
species of fish ranging from reef fish to Manta rays, Moray Eels, reef sharks and to the majestic whale shark. These marine eco-systems

are both extremely vibrant and extremely fragile at the same time.
 Their vulnerability was made clearly evident by the nation-wide coral
bleaching incident caused by the El Niño (An unusual warming of the surface water) of 1998. Furthermore, global warming and rampant pollution are becoming greater threats to the environment of the Maldives.

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7 - Hukuru Miskiiy (Old Friday Mosque)



is the Hukuru Miskiiy, also known as the Old Friday Mosque. It is the oldest mosque that can be found on the island. The interior of the mosque is superb, and its coral stone walls with carvings of different kinds of patterns and Arabic scripts is truly remarkable. It also houses tombs that have been erected for the memory of sultans, heroes and nobles. The calm and quiet place would be great for people to discover the Islamic culture the Maldivians follow.
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 6- Biyadhoo Island Resort

 Biyadhoo Island Resort

  is one of the calm beaches of the Maldives, the Biyadhoo Island Resort. It is a peaceful resort and considered one of the best reef houses in the Maldives PADI Dive Center. The island offers a variety of water sports from diving, snorkeling and many others. There are more than 35 diving spots available in the area, and you can dive in different ways depending on weather conditions and currents. Whether you are craving for water adventure or are simply looking for a place to relax where you could rest in calm and serenity, Biyadhoo Island would be the place for you. With great accommodation, dining and facilities, it would sure be worth it to put Biyadhoo Island on your itinerary.


5-  National Museum

National Museum


 Located at Male, the number seven spot is the National Musuem of Maldives. The building houses a lot of different kinds of historical artifacts that reflect the history of the country. The original museum was the old 3-story museum that is the only remaining part of the Maldivian Royal Palace. The new museum is built and designed by the Chinese Government, and is where eventually the artifacts from the old museum would move to. It was declared as the official National Museum on July 26, 2010. If you want to know more about Maldivian artifacts and the rich story behind each, this is the perfect place to go.



4- HP Reef

HP Reef


 Let us go back to the amazing waters and reefs of the Maldives. If you are looking for diving sites, in the number 6 spot is the HP Reef, which is one of the best diving sites where you can explore different kinds of superb coral reef formations and colorful fish underwater. It is a marine protected area located at the North Male Atoll. If you are looking for a close encounter with numerous marine life beneath the deep blue sea, this place is for you.



3- Banana Reef


Banana Reef


Also located at the Nord  is the Banana Reef, which is the most sought out diving site in the Maldives. It is called Banana Reef because it has the shape of a banana that extends 300 meters from north to south. The major feature of the reef is its marine life, where you can find Napoleon Wrasse, Moray Eels and the rare Bannerfish. The innumerable number of fishes of different colors and sizes, as well as its drift dives gave Banana Reef its reputation as one of the best dive sites in the Maldives.



2- Sun Island Resort and Spa

Sun Island Resort and Spa


Second best is the Sun Island Resort and Spa located on South Ari Atoll. Its exotic tropical flowers, beautiful greenery, and the stunning lagoons would capture your heart. It is considered the most luxurious resort in the Maldives with Villa Hotels that offers modern comfort with great facilities. Choose from different beach and water bungalows. Offering a truly unique approach to island living, these Bungalows on Sun Island Resort and Spa offer one of the world’s best lodging experiences.
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1- Bluetribe Moofushi

Bluetribe Moofushi

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Since the highlights of the Maldives are its great waters and marine life, the Bluetribe Moofushi diving center offers the best experience in terms of water sports activities such as windsurfing, diving, snorkeling, kayaking, riding on catamarans/pedal boats, and many more activities. Moofushi is also known for the excursions that it offers, where you can spot whale sharks, manta rays and a lot of fish from the shore. Whether you want to enjoy a romantic cruise or just want to discover traditional Maldivian marine life and enjoy great memories within your stay in the Maldives, it will definitely give you that unforgettable vacation of a lifetime.

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A cluster of 1190 islands set around coral islands, Maldives is a wonder tourist destination that
attracts nature lovers from all over the world.
About 200 islands in Maldives are inhabited and the rest are unexplored paradises that enchant
you with their marine secrets and secret romance. Among the main cities in Maldives, Male is of
special importance as it is the capital of Maldives and the main Island on Maldives.


capital of Maldives





 Enjoy tours to the Baa Atoll and delight in dates with whale sharks and mantas that frequent this
Island city in Maldives. Traditional Maldives crafts, local tuna fisheries and water sports enchant
you on your tours to Baa Atoll as a part of tours to cities in Maldives.



Pristine cream sands and bountiful marine extravaganza welcomes you into a colorful marine
world on your tours to cities in Maldives. See the sunny face of tropical Maldives on your city
tours to the lovely South Ari Atoll on your Maldives tours.
Tour Dhaalu Atoll on your tours to cities in Maldives and enjoy the splendor of some of the most
exotic diving sites drenched in tropical beauty and overflowing marine bounty.
See sunny Maldives and spend your holidays in languid leisure with holiday packages for
Maldives. Adventure water sports, beach relaxation and tropical surprises enchant you on your
tours to Maldives.
 


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The best Tourist Attractions place in Maldives  
Best Tourist Attractions in Maldives
 
Tropical fantasies and enchanting natural vistas welcome you on your tours to beautiful
Maldives. Brilliant corals glitter like a thousand gems under transparent aqua seas and white
sands warm up under the caressing touch of the glowing tropical sun while you holiday at the
tourist attractions in Maldives.


Explore a fascinating land of sands, seas and the sun while you enjoy natural glory on your tours
to tourist attractions in Maldives. Stay at seaside resorts and explore un spoilt islands, try tropical
dishes and fruits as you experience the wonders of enchanting Maldives.
Be it solitary islands, coral reefs, busy fish markets, tropical vegetation or more, tourist
attractions in Maldives seduce you with their delightful charms that are un paralled in beauty,
grace and purity.




Tour Baa atoll, Male, local mosques, National Museum and other interesting tourist attractions of
Maldives.
The best things about tourist attractions in Maldives is the fact that you stay on separate islands
away from main local settlements, as a result enjoy tropical glory and at the same time do not
disrupt the traditional ways of the inhabitants.


Indulge yourself with a variety of water sports that is among the star attractions of Maldives. Be
it snorkeling, scuba diving, glass-bottomed boat sailing or para sailing, Maldives is the perfect
place to let your hair down with gay abandon.


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How Can I reach Maldives island ?
Arrive at the Hulhule Airport and sail to Male, the capital of Maldives and continue your tour
booked through us.

 








  • Location;  Indian Ocean; latitudes 4degree - 7degree north and longitudes 73 degree -
50 East 
  • Capital Male 

  • Maldives Language: Divehi, English and Hindi 
  • Maldives Climate: Weather in Maldives is regulated with the coming of monsoons.
  • Maldives Currency :Rufiyaa
  • Maldives Country Code: +960 
  • Maldives Activities: Experience the warm luster of warm cream sands on your tours to the
    exotic coral islands in Maldives. Go on long beach walks, sunbathe on
    soft sands and enjoy water sports on the breathtaking Maldives islands.
    Snorkeling, diving, swimming and more keep you engaged during your
    tours to scenic Maldives. It is an exotic cluster of glittering coral islands
    on the sepia waters of the Indian Ocean and is the perfect destination to
    spend a relaxed honeymoon filled with natural splendor, love, beach
    activities and luxury.              


                        
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