The Maldives is mostly known as Maldives Islands. This is one of the islands of the Indian Ocean that consists of 26 atolls. Visitors tend to spend time to relax and unwind in this tranquil area. The Maldives is one of the high spots that can be used for snorkeling, diving, and exploring different kinds of fishes across the corals. Take a look at the destinations where you can go for your relaxation:
Blue tribe Diving
The vast waters are the highlights of Maldives. Diving, windsurfing, kayaking, snorkeling, pedal boats riding and catamarans riding are few of the water sport activities that can be enjoyed during your tour to the Maldives. Also, Moofushi is famous for excursion spot where whale sharks and manta rays can be spotted.
It is one of the well-known tourist destinations. Sultan Park can be found in. This museum was said to be the former palace of Sultan. This museum is house to several artifacts which determine the culture of Maldives. Several Arms, royal coins, furniture, manuscripts, costumes of kings and costumes of queens are stored in the museum. If you want to know the history of Maldive, you should visit this place.
Situated on Uhteemu Island and this is a historical spot in the Maldives. This is a famous visitor destination. This is an antique wooden palace which once served as a home for Mohamed Thankurufaan, who was known as National Hero of Maldives. Here, tourists can find various fascination with wooden interiors, which include swing beds and wood carvings.
Banana Reef is one of the famous places in the Maldives. And, this is the most popular dive sites and gained international fame. Its name is derived because of its appearance from the top view. This area is loaded with coral growths, beautiful caves, and cliffs. And the banana reefs are a storehouse of various exotic fish species like Maldivian grub fish, squirrelfish and soldierfish.
One of the largest islands is Fua Mulaku. This is considered as the most fertile island in Maldive. Different types of fruits and vegetables are widely produced in this area. Plenty of pineapples, mangoes, and oranges are produced on this island.