Top 3 places to visit in the Maldives

The Maldives is an island in the Indian Ocean; it is located to the south of the Lakshadweep islands. The country is a made of a group of 1,192 islands, of which 200 are inhabited. The area is famous for its hot weather, sandy beaches and relaxed atmosphere. Due to its perfect weather many people from the west visit the island for their honeymoons. We have taken the time to pick out the top must-see places in the Maldives:

Male

The country’s capital Male is the heart of all of the areas commercial activity. Approximately one third of the country’s population lives in the capital city and many more commute to the area to work. The area is filled with great architecture including elegant mosques, parks and the grand National Museum. The National Museum is a local landmark and the relic of the previous Sultan’s Palace.

Seenu Atoll

The area is known as the “second city” of the Maldives. With 25 great diving locations located the island is perfect for those that love to see great reefs and underwater mammals including the manta ray, green turtles and lobsters.

Naifaru

Naifaru is one of the most romantic islands in the country and perfect for honeymooners. The white beaches and vibrant blue sea make it a heavenly location to relax with a loved one. If you visit the island we suggest you explore the sand mountains area during one of your days. Located through the mountains is also a selection of shopping malls, allowing you to indulge in fashion while on your trip.

Sabina Shaida is Managing Director at Mosaic Holidays.

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