The Maldives Island Holidays
Long known as the Maldive Islands, the Republic of Maldives is a group of atolls floating on the Indian Ocean approximately 671 miles of Sri Lanka. In the 5th century BC, it was first inhabited by Indian and Sri Lankan Buddhist seafarers.
Boasting enchanting villas, all built on the waters edge within touching distance of the pristine protected coral reef.
Situated on one of the largest islands this enormous resort features numerous different beaches and large private hacienda-style villas with private pools.
An exclusive group of private Tented Villas surrounding a private swimming pool, a first in the Maldives.
An exclusive luxury resort located in the North Maldives, for the ultimate in privacy, first class accommodation and personalized services.
Because of global warming and melting of polar icebergs, the islands of Maldives are threatened directly. This is mainly due to the fact that most of the islands don't rise more than six feet above sea level. However, it remains to be a wonderful destination for relaxing and remarkable retreats. Tourists from around the world visit the islands yearly, which is a good boost to its economy. Tourism plays a vital role for the government in getting foreign exchange as well as generating employment for the locals.
Maldives is popular for its natural wonders. These include the white beaches and the blue ocean, along with a pleasant climate. Some activities visitors can do here is engaging in water sports, such as scuba diving, water-skiing, windsurfing, fishing, and swimming. And because of its splendid underwater view, Maldives has made it to the list of the best recreational diving places around the world.
Ecotourism is also practiced here. Some resorts emphasise it by recycling heat and implementing strict waste disposal policies. The government has also enforced laws on the prohibition of turtle catching and damaging the coral reefs.
Not only are the islands of Maldives a perfect destination for water activities, in here you can also discover more ways to show your love for nature. Perhaps it’s time that you make that move now.