Honeymoon in the Maldives- A great start to a new journey!

Honeymoon in maldives

Maldives is one of the highest ranking honeymooning spots around the world. These picture perfect islands are the ultimate island paradise. The Maldives is a collection of exotic islands, thus it is quite common to find that each resort is placed on individual islands, giving you an impeccable option for some much needed privacy when on your honeymoon.

Land on a golden beach, miles away from the hustle of the busy world into an intimate haven with your better half. It is also the ideal spot to relax and unwind; especially after a hectic few months of worrying about every little detail of your wedding. The tropical atmosphere in Maldives swamped with remarkable palm-fringed beaches, diverse coral reefs, crystal clear lagoons, beautiful star lit nights and luxurious Maldives water bungalows is the best way to start celebrating a lifetime together with you beloved.

Majority of the popular holiday resorts and villas such as Velassaru Maldives provide exclusive honeymoon packages to make sure you experience the best of your peaceful time. Enjoy romantic candle lit dinners, eat to your hearts content, soak up the warm goodness of the Maldives sun, stretch out in the beach, swim in the beautiful blue waters of the ocean and simply just have fun, far away from disturbance of the rest of the world. To experience the best and relaxed honeymoon, spend from 10 to 12 days in the tropics of Maldives.

The peak season for tourism in the Maldives is usually from April to November as it is the summer. The beaches may get quite crowded during this time as it is a watersport haven. However, you can enjoy a your honeymoon in the privacy of the chicest tourist resorts of the area. But if you want to avoid the monsoon season, plan your honeymoon between May and October as it less crowded and ideal for peaceful retreat.

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. Google+