The amazing maldives
The Bahamas provide unrivalled beauty, lovely red beaches, and a wonderful marine environment, making it an easy option and a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The Maldives boasts some of the best beaches in the world, which can be found on nearly every one of the country's 1200 beaches and are constantly stunning. Though some beaches have softer granules than others, nowhere else on the planet can you find prettier powder sand or a more brilliant sea than here.
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There are 99 villas in the Maldives, each with its own atoll. The only difficult part is deciding where to stay. The nation's top hotel companies strive to achieve ever-higher levels of luxury, from custom butlers to secret lap pools, in-room massages, and duvet dinners.
Over the previous two decades, the Maldives has witnessed volcanic upheaval, when livable regions were available to guests and residents were required to establish their own inns. Travellers are no longer required to remain in facilities and be isolated from the population, as they once were.
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The tourist is mesmerised by the country’s distinctive geography. Reefs with bands of colour, small jewel-like islets ringed in the whitest soft sand and surrounded by the cleanest shallow seas imaginable. Only 200 of the atolls’ islands are inhabited, with a few resorts on each atoll and other islands utilised for industry and agriculture.
The Maldives are not simply beautiful above water. The Maldives is home to roughly 5% of the world’s reefs, which are bursting with colour thanks to the soft and hard corals that make them up. A thousand different fish species can be found on the reefs. Large pelagic fish are attracted to the abundant nutrients that come in with the currents.
With many of the world’s greatest watersports, the Maldives’ pristine oceans offer a lure to anybody interested in aquatic life. As you descend to the reef, you’ll be greeted with brilliant coral walls, beautiful caverns, and colonies of vibrantly coloured tropical fish. Manta rays, lobsters, sharks, and the world’s biggest fish may all be found in deeper oceans.