The Maldives is one of the best beach destinations you can travel to in the world – there’s so much to see and do on these paradise islands. So, if you got 2 weeks to spend here – here’s how you should go about it.
You’re most likely to start your time in the Maldives – the capital city of the islands. From here, you’ll probably head out to one of the Maldives beach resorts – for instance, the Niyama Private Islands Maldives. Speed boats and seaplanes are the fastest options you have to reach your island but you can always take the ferry too.
Hulhumale is a great starting location for your time in the Maldives – particularly if you want to get involved with the eco-tourism scene. Here you can take a ferry ride that takes you all across the island or visit the local snorkel nurseries to learn more about ocean conservation.
Travelling to Ukulhas
Ukulhas is found on the Alif Alif Atoll and can be reached via speedboat. These islands have been listed as Maldives’ most eco-friendly locations and you can spot a variety of rare marine life here, including the giant manta ray.
The Sights of Dhigurah
If you want to swim with whale sharks and learn about their conservation, Dhigurah is the place to be in the Maldives. Here you can snorkel alongside these gentle giants and truly appreciate their size and splendour.