Minutes off the coast of the island of Bandos lies Kuda Bandos. This gorgeous uninhabited island surrounded by the aquamarine waters of the Indian Ocean is veiled by lush greenery. For those who are searching for seclusion, privacy or just some peace and quiet this surely is paradise. For newlyweds seeking seclusion wrapped in each other’s company simply watching the amazing sunset there’s no better place in Maldives than the Kuda Bandos.
This is a dreamy retreat for nature lovers who can take all the time in the world to explore its luxurious greenery. You can take your time to explore every nook and corner of this mini-forest where there are amazing birdlife and vibrantly coloured reptiles. Examine the various species of flora that can be found on the island and keep count of how many you come across just to paint a picture of the natural diversity. A dip in the warm tropical water that surrounds the island will keep you captivated and never want to get back on shore.
Simply taking a stroll on the virtually isolated white sandy beach will make you feel relaxed. Put your feet up and sway on a relaxing hammock under the shade of a palm tree. The Maldivian hammocks are so comfy that you can dose off for hours on them. If you feel Kuda Bandos is too quiet for your liking after a few days then try your hand at some water sports. Windsurfing, fishing, water-skiing, and sailing in the warm tropical waters surrounding this isolated island will be a once in a lifetime experience.
The accommodation options in Maldives are varied. You can find all types here from hostels, budget hotels, and luxury hotels the likes of Adaaran Select Hudhuranfushi that is preferred by a majority of tourists in terms of location or even hotel bars Maldives. Wherever you may choose for accommodation, keep in mind you can go on a picnic to Kuda Bandos, which is one of the last remaining uninhabited islands of the raving archipelago of the Maldives.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+