Romantic Activities in Maldives – A Romantic Seascape

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The very air of the Maldives is infused with merry sunshine, salty breeze and freedom, a wonderful romantic mix that is ideal for a couple looking for a romantic getaway. Before you start your romantic adventure in the Maldives, do a bit of research and plan well to avoid any kind of disappointments. Pick a Maldives resort hotel that offers activities for a couple while giving them space and the privacy they require.

Romantic activities for two are in plentiful in the Maldives. The two of you can bond over a couple’s spa day. Enjoy a fragrant bath of essential oils and flower petals and settle down to let a professional therapist work out the tension in your body while the two of you listen to soothing music and the sound of the waves in the ocean. Most resorts such as Anantara Veli Maldives Resort offer spa facilities to guests. Go for a scuba dive together and explore the vibrant reefs for sea creatures. An occasional turtle might pass you by. Book a passage in a luxury sea cruise and enjoy each other’s company while you traverse the seas in luxurious style.

During pauses, you can snorkel or scuba dive under the watchful eye of an instructor. A typical sea cruise serves sumptuous and intimate meals on the deck at night. Savour the goodness of your favourite seafood dish with your loved one under the twinkling stars while the night’s sky infuses a romantic aura around you. Instead of spending your whole vacation on one island, opt to “hop” islands with your partner on a sea plane to explore all that Maldives has to offer in terms of locations and hues of the sea.

To end your romantic getaway in style, book a ride on a submarine. These 45-minute rides will take you deep under to see everything from sharks to shipwrecks.

Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.

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