Maldives is regarded as a “must-go” place for every beach lover. Whether you are going there for a family holiday, a honeymoon tour or a solo holiday, the islands are ready to cater to all your vacation needs. Surrounded by the blue waters of Maldives, lies a great culture, good food, and experiences that will please even the most fussy traveler. Listed are a few wonderful things that you can do in Maldives.
1. A visit to Artificial beach
Artificial Beach is the only swimmable beach in the capital city of Male, hence very popular among locals. It’s located in the eastern side of Male. Swimming is possible here due to the breakwater that protects the beach. Travelers who come here can catch the view of the magnificent sunset. You can also get a bite of food while watching planes landing in Male airport.
2. Seeing Mulee’aage Palace
This beautiful colonial-style building was built in 1906 by the Sultan Mohammed Shamsuddeen III. It is still the president’s private residence, therefore not open to the public. The white carvings on the exterior of Mulee’aage and a well-manicured landscape make it interesting to see from outside and it’s a popular photo stop for travelers.
3. Sunset Cruising
If you are in the Maldives, this is the best way to witness the beauty of this gorgeous country. Take an hour-long cruise on a boat or a local dhoni, which is a traditional small boat made of wood. Watch the breathtaking sunset during your cruise journey. You would also get a chance to spot the adorable Dolphins in the sea.
4. Having an Adventure
Vacation is the best time to try out daring things that you would otherwise never dream of doing. Fun tubing is one of the wildest things to do in the Maldives. Doing it at a high speed will be a thrilling experience. This adventure makes for great memories for holiday experiences.
5. Traditional Dhoni Cruise at Sunset
A sunset cruise on a traditional Maldivian boat, where you can enjoy the sunset view or keep a watch for friendly dolphins. It will be unforgettable if you might be lucky enough to spot hundreds of dolphins, plunging right next to the boat.