Are you a beach lover? Do you enjoy the sunny side of life? How many days can you spend sitting quietly by translucent waters? Are flip flops, sunglasses and breezy white t-shirts your favorite wardrobe element? If your answer is yes, then you have a great chance to fall in love with Maldives. Give a reason to rejuvenate and head to this independent archipelagic nation located in the Indian Ocean. You cannot fail to notice the pristine, white, super soft sand by the sea and the locals with shining faces. Tourism being the major aspect of this country’s economy, Maldives is here to bring you smiles and lots of sunshine. 1190 islands and sandbanks have been bestowed upon this land and are counted among the best tourist places in Maldives. Every island in Maldives looks like a piece of art. Irresistible natural attractions makes this country a much sought after tourist destination.
The abundance of underwater life will keep you shell shocked. A kind of global luxury garnished with clear shades of imagination and gut, lends Maldives a certain form of a ‘dreamy endeavor’. Maldives is a perfect vacation home for independent travelers, families and groups of like- minded individuals. It is an interesting mix of culture and heritage. South Indian, Arabic and Sinhalese community dominate this land. Maldives gives opportunity to both luxury and budget trips to end in the most charming manner. You can choose from the various categories of resorts and hotels as per your trip budget. You will find a lot about Maldives online and you could go bonkers with the list of activities this nation has to offer. Hold your senses and pick up the best of Maldives for your holiday. This recessed garden of nature promises to keep you thrilled, while you come across the secluded corners of the beach towns, its capital city of Male, and best tourist places in Maldives namely Sultan Park, Grand Friday Mosque, the presidential palace, National Museum and many more exciting sites, creating an atmosphere as positive as possible for your short break in Maldives.