Maldives: Not just a honeymoon destination.

The deep blue sea and the silky beaches are uniquely connected to Maldives, a destination much favoured by honeymooners. But the treasure trove that lies in this dreamy destination is richer and deeper. The cluster of beautiful islands, which comes into view as you land in the Maldives, is the first hint. The islands add much glamour to the destination, especially as it is spread across the huge swathe of Indian Ocean.

Before setting off to explore the rich treasure trove, you need to find proper accommodation. Since it is a tourist hotspot, the Maldives luxury resorts are not hard to find. However, the best option is if you book a resort like Adaaran Prestige Vadoo in advance lest they will be fully booked.
Once settled down in the resort of your choice, you can take time to organise a day trip in the capital, Male. There is an old palace, which has been converted into a museum. The museum is home to a good number of interesting archaeological findings. If you are looking for a souvenir-like item, there are shops open until around 11 pm.
Male is a highly populated city where you can observe the common Maldivian lifestyle. The capital lies with skyscrapers along the narrow street in sharp contrast to the idyllic atmosphere surrounding a private island.
When you do not have anything fixed on your holiday schedule, exploit that free time to enjoy the scenery. The Maldivian sky is so enchanting, and you will find yourself looking forward to evening to settle in. The blue sky turns out to be a magnificent combination with crystal white beaches and deep blue waters glistening as dusk dawns slowly.
Look for underwater adventures as well. Maldives made history with its former President having a cabinet meeting underwater in a bid to address the climate change. Underwater adventure is among other favourite water sports such as surfing and snorkelling. Even if you have no idea about snorkelling, do not ever worry. There are courses that you can take up for learning the much-adored water sport.

A true believer that the pen is a mighty weapon, Joanna James ventures into reaching the minds of every reader with the earnest hope of leaving an indelible stream of thought. Her interests include Politics, law and Philosophy. Google+