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Nov 12th, 2017, 01:42 AM
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Planning to Maldives for first time. Needed advice.

Next year, after i graduate, I want to travel to Maldives to relax before find a job. But I don't know much more about the place.

Could you give me the advices? Please��
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Nov 12th, 2017, 07:34 AM
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1. Go find yourself a guidebook or two.

2. At the top of this page is a drop-down menu. Choose Maldives and all of the posts about the Maldives will be listed. Read both planning threads and trip reports.

3. Be aware hat the maladies are very expensive. This might be a better trip after you have worked a year or two. SO think about what you want form this trip. There may be places you could go that are less expensive to meet the same goals.

4. Once you have done some research, come back and ask specific questions. That is the beltway to utilize this forum.

Happy planning!
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Oct 18th, 2018, 05:21 AM
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Indian Ocean’s most beautiful site to be visited is none other than the Maldives island. It contains lots of natural beauty. There are lots of best places in Maldives. It contains 1190 coral islands. It is spread over 90 sqkm. Let us see some of the best places to stay in the Maldives for holiday:




Best Places in Maldives:

1) Enjoy the Marine Life by Diving

Most of the Maldives is completely sea with wonderful clear warm waters and an excellent stretch of coral reefs. It definitely has a very good tropical climate, it is a very good destination for underwater diving lovers. Moreover, it is regarded as one of the richest coral reefs. There are lots of fishes, marine creatures in this deep sea water.

2) Enjoy Water Sports

It is very significant to enjoy the tranquil water and monsoon waves, the best place can be found in Maldives islands to enjoy the adventure by playing water sports. If you don’t know how to play this sports then you can get guidance or training from trained instructors. There are lots of water sports activities like jet skiing, kite-surf, para-sailing, surfing, windsurfing, water skiing etc.

3) Walk down the streets and enjoy the environment

You can visit this island as a picnic or an excursion. There are lots of places to visit like the National Museum, Mulee Aage Palace, Jumhooree Maidan etc. This place is also ideal for honeymoon couples.
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Oct 18th, 2018, 07:39 AM
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This sunny response ignores the turbulent political situation in the Maldives, going from crisis to crisis. I have no first-hand experience but have read that tourism has traditionally been kept separate from the home society, in part because of the expense. Maybe you can take comfort in that division and I make no suggestion that visitors are in any peril. But some time on Google will increase your knowledge. For instance, here are some events this year as collected by Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_M...litical_crisis

PS: Several other island nations in that part of the Indian Ocean with tourism infrastructure: Mauritius, the Seychelles. Or on the Indian subcontinent, Goa, the former Portuguese colony now a part of India.
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