Why is Everyone Traveling to Maldives in 2021
2020 was definitely not the year meant for traveling. Furthermore, it wasn't the year which we could escape easily as it came back asking questions time and again about the life we live and the norms we are accustomed to.
With the whole world under lockdown, things became intense for people as they struggled to find the right balance in their life. Some lost their loved ones to the deadly virus, some fought with it, some lost their jobs, some struggled with finances, but the entire world came together as one to protect its people and providing help to each other whenever required.
Slowly and steadily, everyone picked themselves up, started to feel it as a new normal and things began to take shape but with new measures and mandates. As of today, things are still not normal but this is life and we have to go through it no matter what.
Travel & Tourism, an industry and a feeling that binds us together. An experience each one of us has felt at some point in our lives and we still want more of it. 4th quarter of the year has brought some positivity with it as more and more countries are opening up its door to host tourists.
Maldives being one of them is an ideal destination for the travelers and one of the most sought-after vacation spots in the world. From celebs to influencers to youtubers to travel junkies, every one is ending 2020 on a good note laying on the white sand beaches while witnessing the underwater habitat of the best diving destination in the world - Maldives.
Apart from being the best Island nation of the planet, Maldives has a staggering 1192 beaches with hard & soft coral reefs that display a splash of colours covering a length of approximately 871 kms out of the total country coverage area of 90,000 square kilometres.
Out of the 1192 islands only 200 islands are inhabited. This includes a selected few for resorts and a few others for industry and agriculture. Maldives is also home to a total of 5% of the planet's reef.
Best Place to Stay in Maldives:
Male, the capital city of Maldives has plenty to offer to the visitors than any other place in Maldives. Just 30 mins from the airport, Male has the taste of Maldivian history like the ancient museum and the ancient mosque. It also has the best local and international cuisine which can be enjoyed at a variety of luxury locations or on your way to sailing, diving and other watersports events.
If you're a fan of exploring the untouched soul of the country, then hop on the "Whale Submarine" and explore the reefs.
Culture, People & Environment
Maldives is home to 540,544 people having a unique Maldivian culture inspired by the island environment and its habitat. Dhivehi and Thaana are the cultural languages of the country. Since, Maldivian people have expertise in making boats, they have built their own traditional boat "Dhoni" which is specifically designed to suit the various conditions of the sea.
Maldivian traditional cuisine called "Dhivehi" is based on fish, coconut and starches.
Maldivian crafts that have been passed down from generation to generation include lacquered wooden ornaments, finely woven reed mats, and coral carvings.
Resorts to Look for your Vacation:
1. Four Seasons Maldives Private Island At Voavah, Baa Atoll
This private island luxury stay at Voavah by Four Seasons is beyond imagination. This beautiful abode is spread across 5 acres of sprawling beauty.
- 7 bedrooms
- Dive Centre
- Shady Spots
Address: Four Seasons Maldives Private Island at Voavah, Baa Atoll, Maldives
One of the best wild tropical spots in Maldives and preferred by celebrities and influencers from around the world. Soneva Fushi sits at Kunfunadhoo Island Baa Atoll and has a total of 55 private villas with magical wooden villas, teardrop pools, treetop restaurants, cinema screenings, chocolate rooms, and much more to bury yourself in the lap of Maldivian aesthetics.
Transfer Time: 30 minutes by seaplane from Malé
Address: Kunfunadhoo Island Baa Atoll, Maldives
3. Naladhu Private Island
The door to heaven now has a new address in Maldives. Naladhu Private Island is an island experience you've always dreamt of. From Haute beachfront villas with pools to ocean houses, residential luxury, there's everything you need for a perfect holiday. Along with the breathtaking views, you are treated with luxury dining, Ocean voyages, spa, snorkeling and kayaking. If this is not enough, it has been voted as the best resort in the Indian Ocean and top 10 best resorts in the world. Keep your booking dates checked beforehand.
Address: P.O. Box 2098, Veligandu Huraa, South Male Atoll, Republic of Maldives
Ph.no- +960 664 4100
4. Jumeirah Vittaveli
If Maldives is your perfect Holiday destination, then Jumeirah Vittaveli is the perfect paradisiacal retreat. This 5-star sea dream has everything from freestanding villas to Maldivian mansions, to Superyacht stays. Each villa has its own private pool, a spa, a jaccuzi, and a 23m slide that takes you straight into the sparkling water. Mansions or Royal Residence is a 3500 sq.mtrs property having additional amenities like a private teppanyaki restaurant (in the form of a Maldivian boat). Enjoy the extraordinary gastronomic experiences in the crystal clear water of Maldives only at this glorious retreat.
- My Vittaveli Superyacht
- Ice Rink
- Destination Wedding
- Maharajan Menu
- Talise Spa
- Coconut Creations
- Shipwreck scuba
- Golf balls
- Airport Transfer Service
Address: Bolifushi Island, South Male Atoll, Republic of Maldives
Ph-no. +960 664 2020
5. Niyama Private Island Maldives
This twin Island Paradise offers the best in-house experience of the tropical destination. Tailored to meet your needs, this luxurious stay setup on the white sands is for both adventurous honeymooners and style-savvy families. At Niyama Private Island, you can choose different room options: Water pool villa, family beach pool villla, a two-bedroom beach pool villa, and The Crescent.
- Romantic Dining
- Kids Club
- Special Events
- Surfing, Diving
- Boating & Other Water Sports
Olhuveli, Kudahuvadhoo Dhaalu Atoll, 13080, Maldives
Ph-no. +960 676 2828