Best Places To Visit In Maldives


Scheduling your next vacation? But you don’t know where to start? You’ve reached the right place. We’ve picked the perfect paradise for Maldives Island tourism to explore. Either you’re searching for history, fun, or just want to chill on the beach, these destinations will satisfy your travel dreams.

About Maldives:

The Maldives, explicitly prominent as the Republic of the Maldives, is a small nation nestled in the Southern parts of Asia. It falls southwest of Sri Lanka and India, nearly 700 kilometres from the coasts of the Asian continent.

Maldives Tourism

Likewise, the Maldives has a spectacular landscape, including the blue ocean, white beaches, and clean air. The environment of the Maldives is best and tourists can experience water adventure sports such as sailing, surfing, scuba diving, snorkelling, water-skiing, windsurfing, and kiteboarding.


1) Banana Reef:

Banana Reef is one of the oldest reefs in the Maldives. This place has magnificent caves, spectacular cliffs, beautiful coral growths, and strong overhangs. Moreover, Banana Reef also possesses vibrant fishes, whales, barracudas, and groupers, rendering the most common dive sites in the world. It is one of the best places to visit in the Maldives.

Banana Reef

Calm and welcoming currents combined with excellent visibility seem to be working very well for first-time sailors, beginners, and novices to get their feet wet. It is the best place for scuba diving and water adventures.

2) Island Hopping:

The Maldives consists of many islands, each very different from the other. The more popular and well-known ones are Alimantha, Mirihi, Kudahuvadhoo, Gan.

Island Hopping

You might travel from one island to another by seaplanes or Dhonis, local diesel-powered boats. Likewise, you can choose an aerial view on a seaplane or adrift in the cool blue waters on a seaplane. While booking the Maldives Tour Package, you need to check whether the Maldives package include visit to such places.

3) National Art Gallery Maldives:

Founded in 1999, the Maldives National Gallery is a venue for the display of local and foreign works of art. From conceptual works to paintings, the gallery holds regular exhibitions and promotional programs for artistic niche people.

National Art Gallery

Likewise, it’s a must visiting destination for artists and art enthusiasts exploring this part of the Maldives. The National Art Gallery in the Maldives possesses a wide range of antique Islamic items, crafts, royal items, and authentic Maldivian outfits, and unique works by famous foreign artists.

4) Landhoo:

Landhoo Island nestles on the Southern Miladhunmadulu Atoll. The Island has the highest number of mangrove trees. It is yet another island that boasts of being the centre of Buddhist history in the Maldives.

Landhoo Island

Landhoo Island is a combination of fascinating tales and a collection of cultural information. Moreover, there may be an ancient mound on the northwest side of the island popularly known as “Maabadhige Haitha”.

5) Dolphin & whale watching sunset cruises:

A fairly comfortable experience for recreational lovers, the Maldives is the perfect place to encounter such magnificent animals throughout the day and swim under vibrant shades by always enjoying the sunset.

Dolphin and Whale Watching, Maldives

The Maldives is home to a wide range of species and both dolphins and whales. The stable tropical atmosphere, mild sea waves, and calm waters render the Maldives is one of the best destinations for dolphins and whales.

6) Vaadhoo Island:

Maldives Tourism boosts some places well and one of them is Vaadhoo Island. Raa Atoll is one of the famous atolls in the Maldives. It is prominently for the best resorts and it is worth the visit. One of the islands that are part of this atoll is Vaadhoo Island.

Sparkling Beach on Vaadhoo Island

This beautiful island may have only 500 residents, but the natural phenomena that are taking place of the Sea of Stars are one that catches the imagination of people across the world and they can visit the shores of Vaadhoo. Idyllic and scenic places that gloriously give them memorable sights. 

7) Boduberu Show:

It is a musical form of the early 11th century. The “Music of the Maldives,” and the art of Boduberu, is very well-known through the generations to uphold the culture of the Maldives place, where its music forms a large component.

Boduberu Show, Folk Dance Music in Maldives

Maldives Holidays are incomplete without experiencing local music. Boduberu, also famous as Baburu Lava, a type of music and dance in the Maldives. The exclusive dance style is one of the only aspects individuals ought to see for themselves to appreciate the identity of the island nation and to get a genuinely positive view of the Maldives.

8) Diving With Hammerhead Sharks:

Few things on this planet can be adventurous and enthralling as diving with creatures that measure up to 20 feet in length with flat and laterally extended heads shaped like a hammer.

Hammerhead Shark

Hammerhead sharks are well-known here. They have bizarre and weird shaped heads and eyes. You must explore this view during Maldives Tour.

9) Majeedhee Magu:

Maldives tour is incomplete without visiting its busiest street and shopping. It is the most famous street market in Male. Crossing the city from east to west, some shops supply everything from cosmetics, handwear, and jewellery to electronic goods.

Majeedhee Tour For Shopping

The garment is the star commodity of this Maldivian industry, including clusters of local crafts and Islamic perfumes.

10) Sultan Park:

Established next to the demolished Royal Palace in Male, Sultan Park, also known as Rasrani Bageecha, is a public park created after the transformation of the Royal Gardens of the Palace. The giant Iron Gate at the entrance to the park is the only item that talks of the past glory of the city.

Sultan Park is one of the best places to visit in Maldives with greenery and natural soothing sights.

The Sultan Park, Maldives


The perfect time to visit the Maldives is between November and April. The high season is between December and March. The monsoon runs from May to October, culminating around June. The northern atolls have the highest rainfall in May to November, the southern atolls from November to March. 


Spend your quality time in a busy free world with pleasant environments such as Maldives Island where you could just think about new cultures, wildlife, environmental awareness, history and how they have adapted to their land and climate and often thrive in isolation from other societies.

Make sure your budget for Maldives Tourism and book an exciting Maldives Tour Package accordingly to your budget. So, hurry up for your holiday resort in Maldives hotels and enjoy your private island journey!

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