A paradise unlike any other, the Maldives is known for its gorgeous islands with powder white beaches and luxurious resorts – but if you think that this destination offers nothing more than time spent laying on the beach, you are deeply mistaken. With an endless list of unique activities available across the Maldivian archipelagos, you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to planning a memorable trip with the perfect combination of luxury, relaxation and play.
Have your every wish fulfilled
Luxury is truly redefined in the Maldives; a place known for treating its visitors to experiences that are tailored to their most extravagant desires. Think private yachts that allow you to explore the many atolls in the utmost comfort; delectable five course dinners and wine tastings in one of only a few underwater restaurants in the world; private butlers that cater to your every whim at any hour of the day or night. In this special part of the world, indulgence is around every corner and it allows you to spoil your partner, your family or simply yourself with experiences that are sure to become some of your most unforgettable.
Enjoy your own private island
The Maldives is made up of more than 1190 different islands, many of which are completely uninhabited, making them the perfect location for an island escape. Have a gourmet picnic lunch made up for you and your partner before grabbing a good book and your towel and heading off to enjoy a remote slice of paradise that most people only get to see in movies. With its lush green plant life, soft white sand and water that always seems to be enticing you in, nowhere in the world does tranquil seclusion quite like the Maldives. Whether it’s for an hour or an entire day, this one-of-a-kind experience combines simplicity and luxury like no other.
Make friends with the marine life
Exploring the fifty shades of blue and swimming with the incredible marine life found in the Maldives is a must-do activity that the whole family can enjoy. The beautiful reefs surrounding these special islands are home to a rainbow of coral and reef fish, manta rays, tortoises and whale sharks amongst many others, providing the perfect opportunity to view them in their natural habitat. For children or adults who aren’t the most confident in the water, snorkelling is a great option as many fish and manta rays can be found in the shallower areas. But if you’re looking to really immerse yourself in the underwater world, scuba diving is certainly the best way to swim with the giants of the sea. Even for the most experienced of divers, this humbling experience will completely redefine the way you view our ocean life.