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Known for its luxurious water villas Maldives an archipelagic state situated in the Indian Ocean offers heavenly surroundings. 


The Maldives has an archipelago of 1,192 coral island groups however, only 200 islands are inhabited. 


Diving is the most popular water adventure sport dives. Some of the best diving spots in the Maldives are Fish Head, HP Reef, Banana Reef, and Maanta Point, from all these Fish Heads, are situated in North Ari Atoll and are considered one of the top 10 diving sites in the world. Fish Head is also known for underwater caves. 


 Because of a plenitude of colorful soft corals, the HP reef also known as the rainbow reef is located in the North male atoll. One can visit the HP reef by speedboat 10 to 15 minutes from Girifushi. 


Single dive will cost you USD 65 and

The boat will cost USD 15 per dive, for renting equipment one needs to pay USD 8 to USD 70,

Liveaboards cost USD 1900 to USD 3800.

American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club, JCB, and Euro Cards are accepted almost everywhere in the Maldives. 


Being home to a wide array of species of both dolphins and whales, Maldives offers great sightseeing of the beautiful marine life. Cruising on the liveaboards offers you the opportunity to witness those beautiful water creatures and the astonishing sunset. You can easily get information for cruises from the resort or hotel's management team wherever you are staying. 


The Maldives witnessed a dry environment from December to April. The average temperature during these months ranges between 31 degrees celsius by day and 24 degrees Celsius by night, though the weather remains warm and dry. April is considered the best month for swimming in the sea at 30 degrees Celsius. During this season the Maldives offers a clear and pleasant environment. 

Mawlid is the major festival of Maldives. It is celebrated in November. The festival is celebrated carnival style for two days with huge and astonishing street decorations. 


It's the peak season so make sure to make your accommodation facilities booked early, being late can cost your trip more expensive. For budget-oriented trips it's advised to visit the Maldives in April, April offers the same weather and surroundings but because of the end of the season very few people visit which will help you to escape from the crowd and even the prices of hotels and many adventurous water sports drops.

Baros, Sun Island, Nalaguraidhoo Island in South Ari Atoll, Banana Reef, and North Mal-Atoll are some names of good island locations. The HP Reef is also one of the most highly rated tourist attractions.


The Maldives witnessed the wet or monsoon season from May to November. The average temperature during these months fluctuates between 31 degrees celsius by day and 25 degrees Celsius by night. September receives the highest rainfall in the Maldives. The annual rainfall during the wet season in the Maldives averages 254 centimeters (100 inches) in the north and 381 centimeters (150 inches) in the south. It is recommended to avoid planning trips to the Maldives during the Wet season, the rainfall spoils the beauty of the environment and one will not be able to enjoy the attractions, as well as water sports also remain prohibited during these months.

The sea offers fantastic water waves which is an amazing key for surfing, but make sure to try surfing only if you are professional and have the proper gear. Because of the off-season, one will witness very few tourists and can enjoy different hotels, markets, and delicious foods without any hurry. 

The National Day of the Maldives officially known as Qaumee Dhuvas is celebrated in November. 


Fihalhohi Island which is rich with shady coconut palm trees, pristine beaches, and clear waters will be a good option to visit especially if you are a honeymooner or looking for a romantic getaway. 


Hulhumale or Maafushi island will be the best recommendations if one is looking for budget hotels.


For families with both kids and adults, Huvahendhoo island will be ideal which offers calm water and lustrous greenery is another location recommended for a relaxed and rejuvenating stay. 


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