Under Water Walking - So what if you can't go snorkeling? Under Water Walking is as much fun as snorkeling. You get the chance to walk on the ocean floor, to touch the ocean floor with your feet and get up close and personal with the many marvels of the ocean - all you have to do is to wear a see-through oxygen mask so that you can breathe under water. It is very safe and an instructor is always with you. No swimming, just plain old walking!
Walk under the water; come closer to nature in Maldives!
2. Jet Skiing - Speed, thrill and the beautiful waters of Maldives - a heady cocktail for anyone. Jet skiing is one of the most popular water sports in Maldives - and yes, you don't need to be a swimmer to rev up the engine. You can wear a life jacket and coast guards are always on the alert so even if you fall; you would easily float on the water until you are rescued.
Jet-skiing - speed through the waves in Maldives!
3. Glass-bottom Boats - Well, this is something I would definitely recommend. You see, sometimes I like to draw on other people's experiences too. But let me assure you that no man, woman or child on this planet needs to be a swimmer to get on this boat! The bottom of the boat is made of transparent glass. Once you reach far into the ocean you can actually see colourful creatures and marine plants jostling in the deep ocean. Without actually getting in to the water, you get to see all the wonderful jewels of the ocean.
Maldives= Mal-Deves Xank says: Maldives= Mall-Divs. I am from Maldives so I know it best.
Maldives has a choice of over 100 Island resorts. From super Luxury resorts, family resorts and to Robinson Crusoe experiences. The key attraction to the Maldives is one Island, one resort all with beautiful clear water. Different resorts have better sandy beaches and house reefs vary depending on the island. The weather in the Maldives is warm year round varying between 28-30 degrees celsius. Many of the islands have evolved their experiences to suit a certain target market so their is no best resort for everyone. However there will be a suitable resort for you. The Maldives is a relatively new destination with the first resort (Kurumba Maldives) welcoming guests in 1972. As the destination became more popular, more resorts were created. Best resorts for Luxury * One and Only Reethi Rah * Huvafenfushi Maldives * Baros Maldives * Gili Lankanfushi * Conrad Rangali * Niyama Maldives Best resorts for Families * Irufushi Maldives * Bandos * Kurumathi Best Resort for active guests * Kurumba Maldives * Niyama Maldives * Lux Maldives * Holiday Inn Kandooma Best Trendy Resort * W Maldives * Niyama Maldives * Velassaru Maldives Best resort for seeking nightly entertainment * Kurumba Maldives Best Romantic Resorts * Baros Maldives * Cocoa Maldives * Huvafen Maldives * Coco Palm Bodu Hith * Gili Lankanfushi Best resorts for Food and Beverage * Kurumba Maldives * Niyama Maldives * Conrad Rangali
I would say Maldives is not the best country but is known as nicest country with natural beauty... So maldivians, Be proud !
itsmall-deevsCommonly mispronouced due to the group of islands being called Madivian Islands, many people think these sounds continue when pronouncing Maldives. The pronunciation of Maldives is exactly as it appears: Mal-dives.
The Maldives consists of hundreds of islands. The Banyon Tree Island Resorts boasts some of the best beaches in the Maldives. These beaches are perfect for scuba diving.
Because there is the best sea and the most beautiful fish .
The Maldives are a set of islands located in the Indian Ocean with a tropical climate. They boast of beautiful beaches, luxury resorts and the best water activities in the Asian region. It is a fantastic and very popular destination.
The population of Maldives is about 306,000 people.
The Maldives is the smallest country in Asia and is 90,000 square kilometres.
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