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Visit Marvelous Maldives

I have some friends from Maldives telling me how marvelous their country is and I had decided to take a peek on it. And yes – it’s marvelous!

Maldives is an archipelago comprising 1,190 low-lying coral islands scattered across the equator. 26 naturally becomes atolls which are divided into 20 for administrative purposes. 1190 islands clustered however from the 1190, only 202 islands are inhabited. Tourism in Maldives is currently developing on a very large scale and in fact it is the largest economic industry in Maldives. Today, more than 500,000 tourists visit Maldives each year.

Visit Marvelous Maldives

Maldives offers you a relaxing and casual weather for an ideal vacation. There are 26 natural atolls in Maldives that consist of pure beaches and aquamarine lagoons. Enjoy fantastic cruise along the atolls or go fishing in the tranquil waters of the sea or spend your time for surfing, scuba diving and snorkeling.

Don’t forget to enjoy Bandiyaa Jehun performances as you explore the amazing tourist attractions of Maldives. Look for hand woven mats while you enjoy watching local buildings and other wonders of Maldives.

When visiting Maldives, don’t ever forget to visit:

  • Mulee – Aage: houses the President’s office
  • The Islamic Centre: the most impressive architectural edifice of Male
  • National Museum: the place which gives an insight into the cultural heritage of the island
  • Huskuru Miskiiy: an edifice of impeccable coral curving and traditional workmanship

By having a great value of being a quite paradise for the tourists, Maldives attracts tourists and visitors to enjoy their time seeking for peace or honeymoon. Visit Maldives and you will be the one who is lucky to enjoy marvelous moment in Maldives.

Credits to Maldives Tourism, Tropical Breaks, This Way to Maldives & My Maldives for the images.

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