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About Maldives

The tropical paradise of the Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean to the south of Sri Lanka and is made up of 1,192 coral islands. This archipelago's protected islands are divided into natural atolls, the majority of which are still uninhabited. This island nation, which floats on calm ocean seas, is the ideal vacation spot for those looking to escape the stress and confusion of city life.

Tourism in the Maldives is well-known throughout the world for its immaculate white sand beaches, flourishing reef fish, clear lagoons, palm-fringed islands, and opulent water villas. This archipelago's pristine beauty can be summed up by the turquoise waves that crash on the coast with a mesmerising sound and the alluring school of corals, reef sharks, and manta rays that adorn its underwater environment.

There are numerous well-known tourist destinations in the Maldives that promise to entice honeymooners and leisure travellers. While Mulee'age Palace and the National Museum provide insight into the Maldives' rich past, HP Reef and Banana Reef are the best diving locations. Majeedhee Magu and STO Trade Centre make for fantastic shopping options, while the Grand Friday Mosque and Islamic Center bring guests closer to spirituality.

The island nation of the Maldives offers a wide range of exciting and interesting activities for visitors of all types. While adventurers can go snorkelling and sail a catamaran on Bandos Island, lovers can indulge in a couple massage and a candlelit meal on Villingili Resort Island. Foodies may eat with a view at Ithaa Undersea Restaurant while shopaholics can indulge in a shopping spree at the well-known Male Local Market.

Best Time To Visit Maldives

Wet season (May to October) and dry season (November to April) are the two dominant and different seasons in the Maldives, which is known for its tourism (November to April). The wet season is characterised by tropical storms and significant rainfall, whereas the dry season is characterised by clear skies, brilliant sun, occasional rainfall, and calm sea. The dry season is the best time to visit the Maldives since it is great for street shopping, sunbathing, and participating in water sports. 

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