Dream Destination Maldives by Mainak Chakraborty

A beach at Maldives - the dream destination - by Peaceful Writers International

The Maldives has always been that dream destination for me. Sparkling waters, white sandy beaches, splendid resorts, and thrilling activities make Maafushi one of the best islands to visit in the Maldives for a honeymoon or to fulfil the dream. It is the ultimate dream of luxury and tranquillity. The amazing place to visit is Maldives Fua Mulaku the largest island in the Maldives. The place is extremely beautiful with varieties of flowers and fruits being produced around. The place is the most fertile one than any other island in the country. Another place here is Mirihi Island most famous tourist attraction in the Maldives. Named after the beautiful flower Mirihi, the place has some of the best stay options for tourists. White sand beaches, Sea Bungalows and crystal clear water stretching far across, with an added bonus of palm trees all across the beaches. You can imagine the beauty of the island. The other place is the beautiful island mysterious as well is the Kudahuvadhoo. 

The place is famous for its mysterious mound called hawittas, the ruins of temple of Buddha. Another place  Maldives National Museum is an amazing and interesting place to go through the culture and history of Maldives. The museum consists of some of the famous sculptures and coins used in past decades. Travelling is the craze. I hope all travel lovers would love these places and also the beauty of Maldives. The Maldives really are the ultimate desert-island idylls. Each has dazzling white sands, topped with a buzz cut of coconut palms and fronted by an iconic tiffany blue lagoon. Thinking to Stay at Landaa Giraavaru is a beautiful resort for a good affordable spa experience. And also the most romantic place on earth.  The Maldives is the world’s lowest-lying nation, at just 1.3 metres above sea level. If the sea level rises by just another metre, the island nation would become uninhabitable. The main reason the Maldives has always been that dream destination for me is because of living on the ocean, unrivalled luxury, amazing scenery in paradise, popular food is fish, delicious and spicy.  And not the least, the warmth of the sun, the winds of the seas and the amazing freshness of the scenery, Maldives is just spellbinding.

September weather in the Maldives is a climax of the rainy season, with regular monsoon rains and somewhat lower daytime temperatures. This results in relatively affordable pricing for travellers visiting the Maldives at this time of year. When compared to the summer months, the average daily temperature dips to 27 degrees Celsius during this month. September is unquestionably the wettest month in the Maldives. Because of the heavy rain and increased levels of plankton in the water, visibility for snorkelling and scuba diving is slightly decreased, but still pleasurable, with great possibilities of spotting manta rays and whale sharks. There are several pubs in the Maldives to make the evening exhilarating. Silent disco party, White Night Party at Kuredu, Underwater Party at Subsix, and live bands and Jazz nights at Kurumba are some of the exciting things to explore in the Maldives at night especially in September.  April to October is generally the months suggested to surf in the beautiful waters of Maldives. Maldives surf is equipped with gorgeous corals and is suitable for surfers at any point of the learning curve.  

Ramadan in Maldivian or Roadha Mas in Dhivehi language is the largest religious festival in the Maldives. During Ramadan, things occur very different than the day to day life in the Maldives.

 - Mainak Chakraborty

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