Well come to the sunny side of life! A tropical paradise in the Indian Ocean, is the ultimate dream destination with its stunning beauty, luxurious resorts, and vibrant marine life. Picture this: waking up in an overwater bungalow, stepping out onto your private deck, and diving straight into the turquoise lagoon. Resorts like the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, famous for its underwater restaurant Ithaa, offer an incredible blend of luxury and natural beauty that’s hard to beat.

Life in the Maldives revolves around the sea. For snorkeling and diving enthusiasts, it’s heaven on Earth. The coral reefs are alive with colorful fish, manta rays, and even the occasional whale shark. With world-class dive sites like Banana Reef and Manta Point, there’s always something spectacular to see underwater. If you prefer staying above water, there are plenty of activities like jet-skiing, windsurfing, and sailing to keep you entertained. And don’t miss out on a sunset cruise on a traditional dhoni boat; it’s a magical experience, often with dolphins playing alongside.

Good To Know

Best time to travel

December to April

Visa Requirement

Visa on arrival

Language Spoken


Currency Used

Maldivian Rufiaa (MVR)/ United States Dollars (USD) 

Area (2km)

90,000 sq km² (Includes the sea)

While the Maldives is known for its luxury and natural wonders, it also has rich cultural experiences to offer. The capital city, Malé, is lively and provides a glimpse into Maldivian culture and history. Visit the 17th-century Hukuru Miskiy (Friday Mosque) with its intricate coral stone carvings, and explore the Maldives National Museum to learn about the islands’ past. Strolling through Malé’s local markets, you can sample fresh tropical fruits and traditional Maldivian dishes. Despite being a luxury destination, the Maldives is making significant efforts towards sustainability, with many resorts adopting eco-friendly practices to protect this pristine paradise. To learn more about the Maldives and discover hidden gems, be sure to check out my latest blog post.