The tropical nation of The Maldives is composed of 26 ring-shaped atolls. The archipelago is nestled in the Indian Ocean, consisting of 1,192 islands and more than a thousand coral reefs. It’s known for its crystal clear lagoons and powdery beaches. The densely populated capital, Malé, has the country’s international airport.
The islands are the most sought after for snorkeling and diving due to their warm water, high visibility, and diverse marine life, including manta rays and spotted whale sharks. Other popular water activities include swimming, surfing, sea kayaking, and a lot more. All the resorts are located on separate islands only accessible either by a speed boat or seaplane. The Maldives is the epitome of luxury.
Maldives is a collection of coral atolls formed by the crowns of a submerged old volcanic mountain range. The islands are all low-lying, with none rising higher than 6 feet (1.8m) above sea level. The islands are protected from the damaging impacts of monsoons by barrier reefs. The southwest monsoon produces rain from May to August, whereas the northeast monsoon brings dry and moderate breezes from December to March. The average yearly temperature ranges from 24 to 30 degrees Celsius. The annual rainfall is around 84 inches. The atolls offer sandy beaches, lagoons, and lush vegetation of coconut palms, breadfruit trees, and tropical plants.
Aahvan’s Maldives package offers a selection of immersive tours and activities that may be used to explore the main sights.
1. Male City: Male City, the Maldives’ capital, is located on the southern margin of North Malé Atoll. Male Maldives is undisturbed by human footprints and is the most popular destination for honeymooners, couples, and water sports enthusiasts. It is a natural wonderland with a thick island canopy and photographs of the stunning scenery that is a visual and sensory feast
3. Addu Atoll: Addu Atoll, also known as Seenu Atoll, is one of the top tourist destinations in the Maldives, boasting some of the most beautiful islands. Explore the lovely islands of Addu Atoll, including the scenic Gan Island, during your Maldives vacation.
4. Artificial Beach: Artificial Beach, a man-made beach, does not appear to be artificial at first look! Artificial Beach in Male draws a huge number of beachgoers and foodies due to its spectacular attractiveness. Lounging spaces, barbeques, and cafés are ideal for foodies, while water sports enthusiasts may have a fantastic experience.
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