Honeymooning in the Maldives


Located in the Indian Ocean is the sovereign island country and archipelago known as The Maldives. The beauty of these islands along with their sense of remoteness is what makes The Maldives a top destination for honeymooners. If you are planning a honeymoon in The Maldives here are just a few of the amazing things you can do while there.

Swim amongst the wildlife. Whether you want to swim with whale sharks, dolphin or manta rays, The Maldives is one of those wonderful destinations where you can swim right alongside them. The Maldives is also a top destination for scuba diving for those who truly seek an underwater encounter. There are more than 3,000 reefs to explore. Not quite ready to play under the sea for long periods of time? You can snorkel instead.

Hang out underwater while fully clothed. Wait, what? No, I haven’t lost my mind, I’m talking about the submarine adventure you can enjoy in The Maldives. Descend 100 feet below the surface and watch the wildlife without ever having to get certified in scuba diving or even needing to learn how to swim.

Go boating and island hopping. You can take a day cruise to various islands or charter a boat and head out on your own to explore.

Sip champagne on a sunset cruise. If you didn’t get your fill of boating and water activities during the day, consider a romantic evening on the water with your honey.

If you dare, escape to a land of yesteryear. Some resorts operate Robinson Crusoe style with no phones, no lights, no motorcars, not a single luxury- well, almost. Think you can handle a week with no Wi-Fi and limited luxuries we’ve gotten quite used to in the Western world? Well considering some people don’t plan to even leave their rooms on their honeymoon, perhaps this is the way to go! Don’t worry though- you won’t stay as long as Gilligan and his crew because you will likely be given a row boat to come back to “civilization” before you know it!

Want to know more about a honeymoon in The Maldives? Call Travel Makers today and let’s start planning you’re perfect island getaway!


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