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Highlights in Maldives
- Ancient mosques of Malé
- National Museum of Malé
- Diving in Baa
- Atoll of Ari
- Reef suggestive
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Holiday rentals in Maldives
Spending a holiday in the Maldives means getting lost on heavenly beaches with crystal clear sea and white sand, among thousands of bungalows surrounded by majestic palm trees. There are many offers of holiday rentals in the Maldives in the name of relaxation and tranquility. By booking a letting in the capital Malé you will be able to visit the ancient mosques Friday Mosque and Grand Friday Mosque. If you want to stay in the atolls of North and South Malé, you can opt for one of the renowned Maldives bungalows that overlook the beach.
Holiday in the Maldives
Location and orientation
Located in the heart of the Indian Ocean, the Maldives archipelago consists of 1200 islands and islets divided into 26 atolls of 800 km in total. Of these, only 10 are now for tourism, where it will be possible to stay in one of the typical bungalows of the Maldives; among heavenly beaches, coral reefs, diving spots, tropical fish and white fins swimming in the reef. The beaches of the Maldives are all paradisiacal like the enchanting beach of Kanuhura in the Atoll of Lhaviyani, characterised by fine white sand.
Travellers and related activities
The Maldives are famous for their seabed. Thanks to its favourable position in the heart of the Indian Ocean, its waters are much sought after by snorkelers to admire the rich marine fauna and flora that inhabits the coral reef. It will not be difficult to come across sharks, rays, turtles, manta rays and whale sharks. A must for surfers is North Malé: Honky's is the most popular and exciting break in the Maldives.
On the island of Landhoo, in the atoll of Noonu, are kept the remains of a "hawitta", a huge megalith built by the ancient population of "redin" lived in 2000 BC about
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Ari's atoll is one of the most famous in the Maldives for its diving spots. The most famous is "Hammerhead Point", famous for the sighting of hammerhead sharks, while Dhidhdhoo Beyru, for whale sharks.2.Ancient vestiges
The mosque on the island of Kanditheemu, located in the atoll of Shaviyani, preserves the oldest example of "thaana" writing: a typical example of the Maldives dating back to the end of the 16th century.3.World Biosphere Reserve
Thanks to the impressive biodiversity of its waters, the atoll of Baa has been declared a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. Hanifaru Huraa is the richest in corals and marine fauna such as manta rays, whale sharks and endless marine species.
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