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The Maldives is an Indian Ocean paradise which boasts alluring natural beauty and awe-inspiring landscapes; from shimmering lagoons and coral wonderlands to incredible canyons and miles of pristine beaches with some of the world’s most crystal-clear waters. This wonderful archipelago of more than 1000 gorgeous coral islands is home to exquisite luxury resorts with deluxe water villas, colonial-era buildings, trendy restaurants and lots of exotic flora and fauna. The Maldives is one of the world’s leading watersports hubs offering a variety of exciting adventure activities to its visitors, including scuba diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding and surfing. Villingili Island is an amazing snorkelling spot in the Maldives where you can discover lots of mesmerizing corals and reefs, ancient shipwrecks and colourful marine species including manta rays, dolphins, sea turtles and sharks. Other fun opportunities in the Maldives include day trips to the island of Maafushi for excellent diving, visits to the stunning Thulusdhoo Island for fishing and a trip to Guraidhoo Island for spectacular dolphin watching opportunities. The fun possibilities are endless here! Brightsun Travel offers a range of exclusive holidays to Maldives.
Although the Maldives is famed for its beaches and water sports, there is so much more to explore and discover here; you can visit a traditional village to learn about the region’s authentic traditions and cultures, cruise past islands to discover exotic landscapes and stroll around Malé, the Maldivian capital to admire an array of colourful buildings. Malé boasts lots of stunning ancient sites and monuments; the most prominent among them is the Hukuru Miskiiy, aka the Friday Mosque, one of the country’s oldest mosques constructed in 1656. This magnificent structure is made of coral stone and features impressive wooden lamp hangings and carved quotes of Quran verses. You can also visit the Mulee-aage Palace, the official residence of the Maldives’ president which was built in 1906 with intricate white carvings and colonial architecture. Another site worth visiting in the Maldives is the National Museum of the Maldives, where you can learn about the country’s noble past and discover a rare collection of exhibits, including royal costumes, Buddhist sculptures and coral stone carvings from the 1st-4th centuries. Get in touch with Brightsun Travel about luxury holidays to Maldives from India and start planning your next exotic getaway now!