Maldives is an archipelago of 1,192 islands, and is known for its turquoise waters and powdery beaches. With a selection of 90 prime islands for honeymoon spots, Maldives has always had the affinity to attract tourists to its country. You could choose to stay at a Maldives hotel or resort while visiting the country, or even opt to utilize a safari vessel to cruise around Maldives waters. For those looking for an inexpensive vacation, guesthouses are available, like the Abalone Tourist Inn.
With its sea clear enough for you to see passing fish from fifty meters away, and an inexhaustible collection of coral reefs, divers will enjoy taking a swim in this watery paradise and exploring its beauty. Visit the island of Dhiggiri, which is a picturesque island with lower costs.
Maldivians have a unique spa methodology, passed down as family secrets to the hakeembe (healing professionals), and now incorporated into the spa services around the islands. It uses a combination of locally prepared virgin coconut oil and the gandhalokhi leaf, which is used to ease minor aches and pains.
For a good meal, visit Ilaafathi Restaurant at Banyan Trees, which offers delicious international cuisine.
Scuba divers love to explore Maldive's Victory, a 270-foot freighter that sunk back in 1981.
Walk by the National Museum, a brand new 3-story building, which holds old weaponry, holy texts, weights and measures.