The words ‘Maldives’ and ‘Honeymoon’ are almost synonymous with each other. Where better to spend your honeymoon than some of the most peaceful and beautiful islands on earth? The Maldives archipelago is made up of more than 1,000 islands, each one of which is fringed by powdery white sand, lapped by clear blue waters and bathed in sunshine almost all year round.
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Maldives Honeymoon - The Ultimate in Island Honeymoons.
Found off India’s south-western most tip, the Maldives form a sprinkling of tiny, low-lying, coral islands that are scattered throughout the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Each one of these islands teems with local wildlife, and this part of the world, with its transparent coastline, is the obvious place to participate in water sports of all descriptions.
Five star Maldives Honeymoons.
The number and range of islands and of resorts mean there really is something for everyone. Those wanting a sophisticated resort with five star service, international cuisine and non-stop entertainment will not be disappointed. Equally, visitors hankering after an authentic experience, with barefoot bars, low-key ambiance and local cuisine will revel in the opportunities in the Maldives.
Maldives Honeymoon Excursions.
As you would expect of this watery country with its extensive barrier reefs, diving, cruises and safari boat trips are a key part of any visit. In the interior, thick swathes of mangrove and banyan trees, as well as coconut palms, the national tree of the Maldives, are found throughout. The original inhabitants of the Maldives, probably dating from the 3rd century BC, were Buddhist; today the country is predominantly Muslim, as well as exhibiting Portuguese and Dutch influences.