Maldives is a dazzling archipelago of more than a thousand islands that are so beautiful; it feels as if a wizard sprinkled magic white dust on a perfect painting and made it real. Located in the Indian Ocean and not very far from the Indian west coast, Maldives is known for its blinding white sandy beaches, glimmering blue water that submerges pretty corals, and cloudless skies.
Located on the southern edge of Kaafu Atoll, the North Malé Atoll is the largest city and the most popular destination among the best places to visit in Maldives. It is among the top Maldives tourism places. It used to be called Mahal for being the abode of the Royal Dynasties and is now famous as the Kings Island. Male has a tropical monsoon climate with rains occurring through most months in the year. The best thing about Male is its consistently moderate temperature, round the year.
Amongst the many islands, COMO Cocoa is one of the most sought after places in the island country of Maldives. It houses a large number of resorts and the best part of it all is the presence of the water villas. The COMO Cocoa Island has around 33 water villas, each offering only the best facilities. Once your staycation is sorted, you can take a long stroll on the white powder sand and indulge in spa retreat. The restaurant and the food is always top-notch and so is the rejuvenating activities like diving and snorkelling that can be enjoyed at the house reef.
Located in North Mal- Atoll, Banana Reef is globally renowned for being one of the best diving sites in the world which adds it to the list of top Maldives points of interest. It was, in fact, the very first diving spot in Maldives to get recognition for licensed diving and training. Shaped like a banana, the reef is choc-a-block with exuberant marine life, fantastic corals, amazing cliffs, overhangs, and caves. And thanks to the myriad adventure activities here, it is one of the favorite places to visit in Maldives for the adventure junkies.
Fulhadhoo is very beautiful islands of the Baa Atoll, an amazing paradise in the middle of the Indian Ocean.This is a great place for those who love snorkeling and freediving. More than 15 uninhabited islets surround Fulhadhoo, giving joy to their sand banks which you can visit for swimming and relaxation far away from civilization. The trip from Male takes two hours on a speedboat.