Located in the Indian Ocean, right next to the equator, Maldives is a one of the most sought over tourist destinations in the world. The islands of Maldives are home to numerous attractive landmarks both natural and man-made. Read on to know about some of them.
Located in the Baa atoll, Hanifaru bay is certainly one of the most scenic diving spots in the world. The bay is home to vibrant corals, reef fish, small crustaceans and enigmatic manta rays. Visiting here will certainly be an experience worth your while.
Beaches in Maldives are so beautiful and clean, almost all the islands of this archipelago offers pristine strips of white sand beaches surrounded by clear blue waters. If you are planning to crash on a Maldives Resort the likes of Maafushivaru Maldives.
Dhanbidhoo Buddhist monuments
Centuries ago the Maldives was a Buddhist nation and there is still evidence to support this fact at many sites across the islands. One of those islands is the Dhanbidhoo. It houses a numerous amount of ruins of Buddhist temples, structures and statues and it is certainly a must visit place if you are a history buff.
Male is the capital of city of Maldives and it is home to a number attractions and places of interests The national museum, the grand Friday mosque, the china-Maldives friendship bridge, the Maldives fish market are some of the places you might want to consider visiting.
Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.