Honeymoon in the Maldives
After the wedding the long awaited honeymoon occurs. The destination of this trip should be designed according to the preferences of the newlyweds. If your intention is to have a honeymoon in a heavenly place, we recommend the Republic of Maldives.
Better known as the Maldives, the Republic of Maldives is a small country located in the Indian Ocean in Asia. The site consists of 1196 islands, of which only 200 are inhabited.
When to travel to the Maldives?
From November to March, the dry season occurs, that is, the most suitable months for those who wish to enjoy the beautiful crystalline waters and enjoy the heat. From April to October The period of strong winds and rain.
Where to stay
Six Senses Soneva Gili Resort & Spa is a paradise, offering private suites and terraces over the blue ocean, as well as a direct line to the chef and spa.
If you want a cheaper place, Cocoa Island is located in the capital area and offers 33 suites on the water. The hotel offers yoga and a spa center.
Things to do in the Maldives
The island of Maldives is a great destination to relax in the SPA or just rest. Diving is also possible there, as the vast majority of resorts in the Maldives have professional diving schools, with teachers who teach courses for beginners and even the most advanced. Even night diving is possible, provided they are accompanied by an experienced diver.
There is the option of diving, a simple activity, but very popular among tourists. In the Maldives you can see the seabed about 50 meters deep due to light and transparent water
Enjoy taking beautiful photos at the bottom of this amazing sea.
Speaking of the sea ... It is possible to visit the submarine's seabed, which descends below the surface, more than 150 meters in a German submarine with a capacity of 50 people, which is called the largest transport involved in high diving sea. On the walk you can enjoy corals, fish, turtles, sharks and more. Remembering that some dives are made specifically for wreck, shark or blanket sightings.
Another way to walk under the sea is to admire whales, dolphins and other rarer species in their natural habitat. Safari boats take tourists to the sea so you can visit rare species near the Maldives area, such as the dwarf sperm whale or the longman bill whale, you can even observe black and white killer whales.