Wreck diving, for many, is the ultimate experience. That being said, Maldives is an ideal destination for diving among caves, tunnels and shipwrecks.
Some of the most spectacular shipwrecks lie on the ocean floor of this tropical diving paradise. Divers can get to witness how marine ecosystems adapt to take over these sunken relics, and explore the sunken treasures beneath the deep blue sea.
Some of the noteworthy shipwreck div ... read more
The Maldives’ archipelago is comprised of 1,200 islands scattered across the middle of the Indian Ocean. The omelette-like tiny islands are surrounded by sea, with tropical weather and excellent ocean swell – irrefutably a surfers’ paradise. Arranged in a vertical line, there are 26 natural atolls; each region has its own unique characteristics and offer different experiences.
On June 19, the world celebrated International Surf Day ... read more
The archipelago of the Maldives is not only home to paradisiacal tropical islets, surrounded by crystal clear waters brimming with marine life – it is also home to one of the most exotic and savoury cuisine in the region. The Maldivian cuisine locally called “Dhivehi Keun” has a mild spiciness, is lightly zesty with a delicate sweetness.
The geographical placement of the Maldives in the Indian Ocean has created excellent fishermen ... read more
One of the most spectacular nature spots in the Maldives, Hanifaru Bay belongs to the uninhabited island, Hanifaru that is situated on the southeastern edge of Baa atoll. Approximately 115 km north of Male’ and Velana International Airport, you can take a 20-minute flight or a two-hour speedboat ride from Velana Airport to Dharavandhoo Airport. Hanifaru Bay is just ten minutes from Dharavandhoo island.
The small enclosed, underwater ba ... read more
The Maldives islands are one of those rare travel destinations that can live up to the label of ‘paradise’, but for most people they’re out of reach either because they’re so far away or cost so much to visit.
If you can forego the extreme luxury treatment and pampering, then there is a lesser-known adventurous way to enjoy the islands at a very affordable price. What is even better? You don’t have to be a couple on your honeym ... read more
Fushifaru Maldives expects to re-open on 1st October 2020, with a fresh, new look. Being able to accommodate more guests on its luxury, secluded island.
Fushifaru Maldives is currently undergoing an exciting upgrade by adding fourteen more stunning Water Villas to its portfolio, crafted with quintessential Maldivian design and modern aesthetics. Located across the idyllic, aquamarine lagoon of the Indian Ocean, the new Water Villas wil ... read more
After a long time in lockdown in your home during this devastating time of our lives, what could be the best way to let all the stress out? Of course, there is no questioning that a holiday in your favorite beach destination is the best way to forget all the bad that we have been living through this year and perhaps feel a bit of normalcy
A destination which has serving our beloved clients for more t ... read more
The world’s largest and the Maldives first 3D-printed reef was installed by a resort at the weekend, with the technology being used to help protect coral reefs.
The artificial reef, assembled with hundreds of ceramic and concrete modules, was submerged in seven metres of water in a part of the lagoon where Summer Island Maldives is building a new coral reef ecosystem.
Coral reefs are under threat from climate change ... read more
Marriott International has announced the forthcoming debut of Westin Hotels & Resorts in the Maldives with the opening of the Westin Maldives Miriandhoo Resort in October.
The resort is set to herald the Westin brand’s wellness positioning in the Maldivian oasis.
Nestled on a beautiful coral island in the Baa Atoll, a designated UNESCO Biosphere Reserve site, the Westin Maldives Miriandhoo Resort will feature 70 villa ... read more