Around the Indian Ocean and onto the Maldives: An Unforgettable Experience

The photos of influencers on beaches, aesthetic Tumblr pictures of a meal with the sea behind, you get all this in real life in Maldives. Unrivalled luxury, stunning white-sand beaches and an amazing underwater world make Maldives an obvious choice for a true holiday of a lifetime. Discover the capital of this island nation, Male that has been dubbed “the world in an island” due to its modernist buildings and distinct difference from the rest of the islands and atolls in Maldives.

The connection to nature, resourcefulness, sustainability and social interaction are important factors in the way of life for the Island people. One will achieve a true detox from social media as the richness of the culture, the beauty of the sights and the warmth of the people is enough to make you keep your phone aside. So, come and connect with humanity once more with our list of luxurious accommodations and activities.

Best Time to Visit

The months of November through April form the peak season of tourism in Maldives. With cooler temperatures and a gustier wind in the air, the activities and natural splendour of the archipelago of islands are best experienced during this period of the year.


1. Coco Prive, Maldives

An Island with a hidden perk that appears only at low tide is exactly what you need if you want exclusivity that you don’t want to share with a hundred other tourists. At Coco Prive, the experience starts the moment you land at the Male International Airport, where a yacht will be waiting to take you to the private island of Kudahithi.

The property includes six beautifully designed villas, two of which have private pools. Guests have a dedicated team of 30 people for all services related to food and beverage, a diving instructor, a spa therapist and even a beautician. If that’s not luxurious enough, there’s an on-site wine cellar with a collection of 150 wine bottles handpicked by a sommelier. About the hidden perk, that’s the beautiful powdery white beach at Kudahithi that comes to light only during the low tide months.

2. The Muraka, Conrad Maldives

This is your underwater dreams come true with a first of its kind residence where the master bedroom is submerged 16 feet below sea level. Luxury hotel developer, Conrad Maldives brings The Muraka, a luxury two-level residence submerged in the Indian Ocean, as part of the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island resort.

The trip starts with a private arrival by seaplane or Conrad’s own speedboat that you can avail all through your trip. The upper level, that is above water, consists of the most beautiful living and dining areas fitting of one of the world’s most exclusive residences. But the real spectacle lies as you head down the spiral staircase to the lower level, where the master bedroom lies. The bedroom displays a 180 degree view of the ocean through the acrylic dome, with floor to ceiling windows in the bathroom and a walk-in closet. With all these luxuries within the residence, one wouldn’t want to leave their specialised room, but in the off-chance they do. The Muraka also offers diving courses, glamping with fishes and midnight cruises to discover the luminescent life above and under the sea.


1. Scuba Diving with Hammerhead sharks

In Rasdhoo Atoll of Maldives, Hammerhead Point is a demanding dive on an outer reef where Hammerhead sharks, mantas and other pelagic creatures are regular visitors. A dive outside the reef goes down to at least 200m where the water is so clear that sightings are very common. Accompanied by a professional diving expert, this is one of the most memorable diving experience that is a reconaissance with the mysterious world that remains underwater. Diving experiences generally start before dawn with highest chances of a sighting when the early rays of the sun come out and the deep sea creatures travel upwards to the surface for a glimpse of light. Learn more about the habits of these creatures and rekindle the romance with nature. A swim with the sharks on one fine morning, why not?

2. Flyboarding: Water Sport Or Air Sport?

Talking about water sports in Maldives and not mentioning flyboarding is impossible. If you are someone who is gutsy to try something that not everyone else is doing and that does involve risk, then flyboarding is for you. It is an extreme sport and was invented only recently. Flyboarding involves getting on a flyboard which is attached to a jet ski by a hose and sends it up in the air, which is why it is one of the most popular water activities in Maldives.

An island nation known for romantic getaways and honeymoon packages, the beauty of Maldives doesn’t stop at luxury resorts. The biggest resorts are situated in private islands that need special bookings to access and transport needs to be sorted beforehand. Travel between islands is restricted and hence, a well-planned itinerary is required at Maldives. Once at a resort, enjoy the most private vacationing experience you can ever imagine, amidst swirling emerald waters, bluewater lagoons, powdery whitesand beaches and modern, luxurious hospitality services. According to your need, and want, select from the vast range of experiences offered at the many islands of Maldives, each with their own flavour and distinct features.

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