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Title: Must visit tourist destination in Maldives - Maldives tour packages from Kochi Kerala

Must visit destinations in Maldives
  • Book for Maldives tour packages from Kochi

Maldives is endowed with incredible beauty and
splendor of nature. With 1200 islands and 26
atolls, this island country holds a great allure
for tourists across the globe for its exotic
islands, enthralling blue seas, shiny-sandy beache
s, magnificent reefs, and a variety of water
Located on the southern edge of Kaafu Atoll, the
North Malé Atoll is the largest city and the most
popular destination among the best places to
visit in Maldives. It used to be called Mahal
for being the abode of the Royal Dynasties and
is now famous as the Kings Island. Malé has a
tropical monsoon climate with rains occurring
through most months in the year. The best thing
about Male is its consistently moderate
temperature, round the year.
Sun Island 
Sun Island, Nalaguraidhoo Island in South Ari
Atoll is among the top Maldives points of
interest. It is adorned with some stunning
beaches, beautiful tropical flowers, and lavish
greenery that pulls a great number of tourists
wanting to bask in the lap of nature. With its
extremely charming blue waters, sparkling beaches
and fabulous resorts, the island guarantees
immense joy to its guests. Given its serenity and
beauty, it is among the most perfect places to
visit in Maldives for couples and honeymooners.
Banana Reef
Located in North Malé Atoll, Banana Reef is
globally renowned for being one of the best
diving sites in the world which adds it to the
list of top Maldives points of interest. It was,
in fact, the very first diving spot in Maldives
to get recognition for licensed diving and
training. Shaped like a banana, the reef is
choc-a-block with exuberant marine life,
fantastic corals, amazing cliffs, overhangs, and
caves. And thanks to the myriad adventure
activities here, it is one of the favorite places
to visit in Maldives for the adventure junkies.
Alimatha Island
Sitting on the eastern edge of Maldives, Alimatha
Island is located in Vaavu Atoll. With its azure,
crystal clear waters apt for diving, snorkeling
and boating, the island is a perfect spot for a
family vacation and for honeymoon too, since it
is considered one of the best places to visit in
Maldives for couples. Volleyball matches in the
sun-kissed beaches and the dazzling sand, here,
are great fun. The Ayurvedic massage center, spa,
bars, and restaurants make it a revitalizing
option among the popular tourist places in
Artificial Beach 
Situated in North Malé Atoll, this beach is what
its name tells you artificial. It is the
favorite haunt of the swimming enthusiasts among
the top places to visit in Maldives. The
Artificial Beach is an open area and has certain
restrictions for clothing as per the local law.
The beach also hosts several carnivals, water
sports, and peaceful walks, making this the best
place to go in Maldives for youngsters. The
evenings here turn beautiful as music groups
gather to jam and perform.
HP Reef
Stationed in North Malé Atoll, HP Reef is among
the top-rated tourist attractions in Maldives. It
is a protected marine location that witnesses the
widespread presence of a variety of marine
creatures. From small, harmful and colorful
fishes to multi-hued corals, caves and overhangs
the sea here is bustling with the vivacity of
marine life. With utmost care, the marine beings
are protected here while making sure that ardent
swimmers and divers only spring into waters when
it is completely secure, something that makes it
one of the finest places to visit in Male
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