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In appearance the Maldivians look very much like Sri Lankans or South Indians. There also isn’t a distinct difference in the country’s vegetation. Certainly the life you experience in the little islands of Maldives is an exciting one. These little islands have always been lands for visitors with open arms. The Maldive Islands have progressed in their economy showcasing high rise in the mainland keeping in line with the neighbouring SAARC countries. Yet, they have very intelligently conserved and preserved the marine sea life and the nature they are blessed with in this beautiful sunny islands surrounded by the crystal clear turquoise blue shallow ocean.
An aerial view of the Islands would picture the blue waters dazzling for the cross wind from where the islands emerge in isolation with swaying palm trees. How the green vegetation of the islands fade out to the sandy white beaches that blends into the turquoise blue shallow waters turning into the deep blue sea is a picturesque site. The un-disturbing movements of the colourful fishing boats adds more life to the scenery.
The Maldives consists of approximately 1,191 coral islands grouped in a double chain of 26 atolls along the north-south direction spread over roughly 90,000 square kilometers. The atolls are composed of live coral reefs and sand bars. These palm fringed islands with sparkling white beaches, coral reefs teeming with abundant varieties of marine flora and fauna, continue to fascinate visitors as it has fascinated others in the past, for thousands of years. These heritages to the world are well taken care of by the natives with restricted and controlled development whilst getting the maximum benefits to uplift the living standards of the people of the Republic of Maldives.
Marco Polo referred to the Maldives as ‘… Flower of the Indies’ and Ibn Batuta called her in his chronicles ‘One of the Wonders of the World’. A truly natural wonder, the height of the islands rarely reach above two meters. The flying time to Maldives from Sri Lanka is only 50 minutes. Practically all visitors arrive at Male International Airport located on Hulhule Island which is next to the capital Male. You can enjoy the islands’ exotic island experience on one of Maldives many resorts. A resort is a world of its own. Each island contains only one hotel and is maintained in unspoiled form You may choose a resort with basic or additional amenities, and you also have a choice of half/full board. Restaurants serve top quality food and provide a remarkable dining atmosphere.
When staying at resorts in the Maldives transportation is of little concern. Visitors who arrive in the country with previously booked reservations are normally met at the airport and escorted to the chosen resort by boat, helicopter or sea plane. There is no need for transportation while on resort islands, as everything is within walking distance. Exploring an island hop is an interesting excursion. Many would find time for a full days excursion to the main island to share the Maldivian living experience. If you are staying in Male, there are ferries that run back and forth from the airport to Male.
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Keeping in line with the Islamic culture and Maldives being an Islamic country, they greet you with the above blessing adding to it peace and tranquility can be found in abundance in the sunny islands of Maldives.