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Maldives is the most popular tropical archipelago in the world. One of the most luxurious beach resorts, the Maldives is considered the unofficial equivalent of paradise on earth - beaches with white sand, azure waves, groves of huge palm trees and almost eternal summer. Imagining a picture of an ideal vacation at the seaside, 99 percent of people dream just about the Maldives. What to see and do in this earthly paradise, read our guide to the хysdsbzds Maldives.
Maldives is a chain of coral atolls in the Indian Ocean. The 26 groups of atolls comprise 1,192 islands, most of which are uninhabited.
The islands, which have been developed by man, are divided between locals and owners of prestigious hotels. Many islands are so small that they fit just one hotel, a secluded resort.
As a rule, these options are chosen by fans of relaxation and complete relaxation. The island will have everything you need for a great holiday: comfortable rooms, bungalows by the water, private beach, restaurant, spa center, bike rental or walks on boats and yachts.
Resort hotels differ in class of accommodation, level of service, and, of course, the cost of recreation. But even more different local islands - those where you can immerse yourself in the life of local residents, ordinary Maldivians.
As a rule, tourists come to them for the "exotic" - traditions, local dances, authentic souvenirs, gastronomy are waiting for guests of the archipelago.
But do not think that the Maldives is suitable only for lazy pastime. This is one of the best places in the world for immersion in the world of wildlife. And "immersion" in every sense of the word!
Diving and snorkeling fans from all over the world come to the Maldives. These thrill-seekers get their adrenaline shot here: swimming with reef sharks, manta watching, the brightest underwater world of tropical reef gardens.
In the Maldives, there are nature reserves, unique reefs with its own special ecosystem, dive sites - places for diving, tested and approved by experts.
Conveniently, scuba diving in the Maldives is available to all travelers. The youngest and inexperienced can splash with a snorkel in shallow water.
Those who have already dived, choose the most picturesque and difficult reefs. And they can also get an international diver's certificate. However, diving isn't the only fun you can have in the Maldives.
Hire a boat and set out to explore the surrounding uninhabited islands - even in such a glamorous resort as the Maldives, you can feel like Robinson Crusoe.
Take a yacht ride in the breeze, arrange fishing in the ocean - the catches are excellent. You can go to visit the Maldivians, the local islands, or explore your island by bike. Or you can make an interesting itinerary around Male, the capital of the archipelago - the range of activities is wide!