Maldives is undoubtedly one of the most popular luxury destinations in the world. Here, we pick top 4 reasons to visit Maldives
4 Reasons to Visit Maldives
Historically, Maldives was considered as a diving destination. As the tourism industry evolved with the introduction of new resorts including international brands, the destination soon transformed into one of the most romantic destinations on the planet. Today, the destination attracts significant number of honeymooners and couples, who are seeking to have hassle-free holiday away from home, on a secluded island with harmony of love blended with luxury hospitality.
Maldives is well known for exotic islands surrounded by an abundance of turquoise lagoons, complementing to its pristine beaches and breathtaking Indian Ocean. Having a deep diving session or snorkeling in Maldives would definitely give a sense of calmness as the possibility of enjoying a plenty of underwater marine life including manta rays, sea turtles and barracuda swimming through the vivid coral reefs is significant.
Maldives is undoubtedly home to the some of the most breathtaking beaches in the world. Attracting thousands of tourists to powdery white sandy beaches every year, guests look forward to laid-back time on the beaches without any trace of littering, but the vast bluish green Indian Ocean kissing the horizon. Most island resorts in Maldives offer their own private stretches of sand, complete with lounge chairs and umbrellas. Some resorts that possess remarkable beautiful beaches includes: Angsana Ihuru, Noku Maldives, St Regis Maldives and COMO Cocoa Island.
Well-known for its high-end hospitality, Maldives is home to some of the best well know luxury hotel brands in the world including Fourseasons, St Regis & One&Only. Over the years, the destination has evolved into a paradise for millionaires and celebrities, while the destination also thrives well in budget market with its diverse accommodation offerings. Although the influx of luxury brands signifies, sticking to local touch has proved to be imperative for the suitability of demand for Maldives.