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What to Do in Maldives

Snorkeling off Banana Reef

The Maldives is a haven for snorkeling, and Banana Reef is a prime location for this activity. Named after its curved shape, it is located off North Malé Atoll and is one of the reasons the Maldives is known for snorkeling. Boasting colorful corals in clear-blue water, you'll be able to see a wide range of animals, like fish, barracudas, sharks, and even manta rays.

Swimming on Artificial Beach

White sands, pristine blue waters, dazzling views—what more could you want from a beach? But don't be fooled. Artificial Beach of Malé is actually a man-made seashore created from land dug up from the sea. Here, you'll find everything a good beach has to offer. Plus, lounging areas and cafes will satisfy, and cultural activities like parades and live concerts will entertain.

Dining at Subsix

A venue like no other, Subsix is an underwater experience that you'll never forget. Located 1500 feet from the Niyama Main Island and accessible only by speedboat, Subsix offers otherworldly views of the sea. With gourmet lunches, dinners, glow parties, and DJ-hosted nights, you'll find yourself immersed as fish and other marine life swim around you

What to See in Maldives

Malé

As the capital of the Maldives, Malé is jam-packed with local people and culture. Although skipped by most visitors, we recommend visiting the capital for its fast-paced feel. With beeping cars and packed bazaars, you'll find yourself feeling the heart of this city. We recommend the Malé Fish Market, where you can haggle for the best prices.

National Museum

Opened in 1952, the National Museum of the Maldives aims to preserve history and instill patriotism among the Maldives people. The museum is located in the Sultan Park in Malé and contains a wide collection of artifacts, including relics, costumes, furniture, textiles, coins, arms, and more. They even house a marine collection, featuring skeletons of rare aquatic animals.

Sea of Stars

Located on Vaadhoo Island, the Sea of Stars is a spectacle for the eyes. The Sea of Stars is a magical beach where neon blue spots light up at night due to bioluminescence. Witness the stunning reaction take place, which makes the ocean resemble the night sky. Pro tip: visit from July to February for the best views.

Where to Stay in Maldives

Kaafu

Kaafu is the most popular region of the Maldives, and it's easy to understand why. It consists of the North and South Malé Atolls and contains some of the country's most popular resorts. With gorgeous turquoise waters as far as the eye can see and white sand beaches that will put you into a permanent state of relaxation, Kaafu will transport you away from the worries of daily life.

Gaafu Alifu

The second most popular tourist region of the Maldives, Gaafu Alifu Atoll is particularly popular with couples. Here, you’ll find scenic roads, gorgeous sunsets, and picturesque beaches. Some of the ancient kings of Maldives can trace their ancestry to this Atoll—you’ll feel like royalty amongst this sea paradise.

Dhaalu

Opened to tourism in 1998, Dhaalu Atoll is a more modern area of the Maldives. This atoll has modern resorts and several more that are under development. Here, you’ll find yourself whisked away to a Pacific Island paradise. Thanks to its see-through waters, it has become a popular location for scuba diving.

Snorkeling off Banana Reef

The Maldives is a haven for snorkeling, and Banana Reef is a prime location for this activity. Named after its curved shape, it is located off North Malé Atoll and is one of the reasons the Maldives is known for snorkeling. Boasting colorful corals in clear-blue water, you'll be able to see a wide range of animals, like fish, barracudas, sharks, and even manta rays.

Swimming on Artificial Beach

White sands, pristine blue waters, dazzling views—what more could you want from a beach? But don't be fooled. Artificial Beach of Malé is actually a man-made seashore created from land dug up from the sea. Here, you'll find everything a good beach has to offer. Plus, lounging areas and cafes will satisfy, and cultural activities like parades and live concerts will entertain.

Dining at Subsix

A venue like no other, Subsix is an underwater experience that you'll never forget. Located 1500 feet from the Niyama Main Island and accessible only by speedboat, Subsix offers otherworldly views of the sea. With gourmet lunches, dinners, glow parties, and DJ-hosted nights, you'll find yourself immersed as fish and other marine life swim around you

Malé

As the capital of the Maldives, Malé is jam-packed with local people and culture. Although skipped by most visitors, we recommend visiting the capital for its fast-paced feel. With beeping cars and packed bazaars, you'll find yourself feeling the heart of this city. We recommend the Malé Fish Market, where you can haggle for the best prices.

National Museum

Opened in 1952, the National Museum of the Maldives aims to preserve history and instill patriotism among the Maldives people. The museum is located in the Sultan Park in Malé and contains a wide collection of artifacts, including relics, costumes, furniture, textiles, coins, arms, and more. They even house a marine collection, featuring skeletons of rare aquatic animals.

Sea of Stars

Located on Vaadhoo Island, the Sea of Stars is a spectacle for the eyes. The Sea of Stars is a magical beach where neon blue spots light up at night due to bioluminescence. Witness the stunning reaction take place, which makes the ocean resemble the night sky. Pro tip: visit from July to February for the best views.

Kaafu

Kaafu is the most popular region of the Maldives, and it's easy to understand why. It consists of the North and South Malé Atolls and contains some of the country's most popular resorts. With gorgeous turquoise waters as far as the eye can see and white sand beaches that will put you into a permanent state of relaxation, Kaafu will transport you away from the worries of daily life.

Gaafu Alifu

The second most popular tourist region of the Maldives, Gaafu Alifu Atoll is particularly popular with couples. Here, you’ll find scenic roads, gorgeous sunsets, and picturesque beaches. Some of the ancient kings of Maldives can trace their ancestry to this Atoll—you’ll feel like royalty amongst this sea paradise.

Dhaalu

Opened to tourism in 1998, Dhaalu Atoll is a more modern area of the Maldives. This atoll has modern resorts and several more that are under development. Here, you’ll find yourself whisked away to a Pacific Island paradise. Thanks to its see-through waters, it has become a popular location for scuba diving.

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