I’ll take 2 tickets to paradise…
Luxury Maldives Villas by Anantara
The Maldives are a group of 1,192 islands located between the eastern coast of Africa and the southern the tip of India, and are part of the Asian continent. And are simply paradise on earth.
The beaches of the Maldives, many of them untouched by human feet, are an oasis unlike any other beach locale. Imagine laying on the silky white sand with your new spouse, taking a dip in the clear turquoise water, while it’s just the two of you alone on an entire island. The intimate setting this country offers to newlyweds, makes it a different honeymoon from any other.
The most ideal time to visit the Maldives is between November and April. Couples who are interested in deep sea diving, should visit during April for clearest waters. It’s advised to avoid traveling there from August to October when they can be affected by tropical cyclones.
Maldives is a destination for couples who like an indulgent style and are looking to be pampered. It’s a rather extravagant trip, but one they won’t soon forget. So for couples who want to spend their honeymoon in a little piece of heaven on earth, with the love of their life, this is the place they should be looking at.
Honeymooners looking for true natural beauty, away from the distractions of other tourists, should consider a romantic stay in the Maldives. There are an abundance of coral reefs for snorkeling, rich marine life, fishing and endless beaches. Water sports abound with surf lessons, wake-boarding, windsurfing, sailing and more. And all couples should be sure to visit the bioluminescence beaches at night.
Couples can take a flightseeing tour or the islands in a seaplane, visit the glowing beach at night, or if all of this is too tame, they can visit the capital of Male and tour fish markets, art galleries and the National Museum.
Sea – Underwater Restaurant
The island boast numerous luxury resorts, many with over-the-water bungalows and spas, and some with under water rooms. Or couples may choose to island-hop instead, aboard a small ship cruise sailing to remote, uninhabited islands and deserted beaches.
Whatever they choose to do, or not to do, this will surely be one memorable honeymoon they won’t soon forget. An exotic destination like no other.
– Melanie Jascoviez CTC / DS
Photos provided by Anantara – Kihavah Maldives Villas