Maldives Travel Guide | Jaunt Monkey Destinations

Maldives Travel Guide: Like a few tiny dots splashed over blue canvas they appear, the cluster of islands that form Maldives, one of the hottest destinations for all water lovers. This archipelago settled in the vast expanse of Indian Ocean has always been a fascination for tourists. The coral reefs and views of the world under water in Maldives, are priceless!

Maldives Travel Guide
Maldives Travel Guide

What is the biggest draw for tourists in Maldives? No prizes for guessing this one. Obvious enough, water sports and adventures. Now in Maldives, there is no activity that is going to disappoint the water lover in you. Parasailing, windsurfing, catamaran sailing, canoeing, you name it. Snorkeling and scuba diving will take you to another world, a colorful and magical world of underwater beings and coral reefs.

Get an idea about Maldives from our Maldives Travel Guide and plan your most enjoyable trip to this island nation – Maldives on Indian Ocean.

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Basics: Maldives Travel Guide

Capital of Maldives: Malé

Currency: Maldivian rufiyaa

Largest city: Malé

National language(s): Dhivehi

Major destinations of Maldives: Malé Friday Mosque, National Museum, Maafushi, Hulhumalé, Ari Atoll, Kuramathi, and others.

Best time to visit Maldives: While the months between November and April are considered to be best for visiting Maldives, Maldives have hot and sunny weather all year round. The average temperature here is between 23ºC and 31ºC. 

Are you still wondering why to visit Maldives?

Island hopping, jumping from one island to another, though not in the literal sense of the term, is another favorite with tourists. From bustling and crowded commercial islands to laidback ones, you will love every one of it. If places like Banana Reef are for scuba enthusiasts, there are some like Alimatha and Veligandu, where you can sit for hours on the shore, doing nothing but watching the turquoise waters whispering sweet nothings to soft white sands.

So the next time you long for a break from your grinding routine, think of Maldives. A rejuvenating holiday is waiting for you in the middle of a great ocean. If you think you can add value to our Maldives Travel Guide, please write all that you have about Maldives in the comments below.