The Maldives is a tropical nation in the Indian Ocean composed of 26 ring-shaped atolls, which are made up of more than 1,000 coral islands. It’s known for its beaches, blue lagoons and extensive reefs. The capital, Malé, has a busy fish market, restaurants and shops on the main road, Majeedhee Magu, and 17th-century Hukuru Miskiy (also known as Friday Mosque) made of carved white coral.
Soneva Jani, is situated in the Maldives, Maldives. Soneva Jani is a nice place to visit in this area
Amongst the many islands, COMO Cocoa is one of the most sought after places in the island country of Maldives. It houses a large number of resorts and the best part of it all is the presence of the water villas (you have to experience staying in one of these). The COMO Cocoa Island has around 33 water villas, each offering only the best facilities. Once your staycation is sorted, you can take a long stroll on the white powder sand and indulge in spa retreat. The restaurant and the food is always top-notch and so is the rejuvenating activities like diving and snorkelling that can be enjoyed at the house reef.
COMO COCOA ISLAND
If you are looking for a place away from the crowd, this is an ideal place to be. Baros is a high rated and popular island in Maldives. With sun-kissed beaches and boutique luxury resort, this island is famous for its natural elegance and beautiful corals. Baros has a number of water villas as well as island resorts providing luxe amenities, along with a few restaurants and bars in the vicinity. In Baros, you can dip your feet in the cyan-blue water and relax your muscles in the spa. For the adventure spirited couples, there are also a number of watersports.
This popular place is where you can rejuvenate amid the lustrous sight of the calm water (even when you are with kids) because, Huvahendhoo has Lily Beach Resort and Spa that serves best facilities for those who come in packs. This is family-oriented resort island that houses luxe rooms and also restaurants that serve special delicacies for little ones. Now, while the parents go for a spa, the children can spend time in the Kids Club. There are two swimming pool, tennis courts, billiards and beach volleyball. You will never run out of activities here in Huvahendhoo Island, Lily Beach Resort and Spa.
Owned by the Hilton Hotels group, the Conrad Maldives in Rangali Island is one of the best places to stay when on a vacation with family. In Rangali Island, you can joult in various family oriented activities like snorkeling and diving as well as island hopping, fishing, dolphin sighting and more (it depends on the weather). The resort in the island also has a Kids Club, where infinity swimming pool, spa and indoor sports are provided.
Perhaps, this is one of the best things to do or experience with your kids while in Male, the capital island. Just so you dont get confused by its name, Whale Submarine is not for viewing whales but observing life on a reef and it is a popular highlight in the island. This submarine will take you on an underwater tour, where you get to see colorful corals and beautiful marine species. A few species you get to see are reef fish, blue or yellow striped snappers, yellow box fish, lionfish and turtles as well. This 45 minute tour will provide knowledge to the kids and even elders who love marine species
Street shopping is definitely a fun thing to do and a perfect spot where you can find almost everything is in Majeedhee Magu. A walk down the main road of Male you can see numerous shops selling varieties of goods. From latest fashion wear to gadgets to smallest commodities and even locally crafted items. You can visit this place with your family and spend a day sightseeing local attractions and can also savour delicious food in Juways Cafe and Restaurant, Seagull Cafe or Dinemore Central. In Majeedhee Magu, the shops have a beautiful collection of garments, jewellery, watches, handbags, electronics, perfumes and cosmetics
The National Museum is located in Male and it preserves a large collection of historic artefacts that traces the history of Maldivian Islands. This three-storied museum is a part of the 17th century Maldivian Royal Palace compound, which also has a Sultan Park (Public Park). Inside the museum, you will find a collection of well preserved galleries and artifacts of weaponry, household wares, religious paraphernalia, Arabic and Thaana-engraved pieces of wood and more. The major highlights of the museum are the 11th-century piece from Alifu Thoddoo, a coral stone head of Lord Buddha; a 13th century engraved wooden plank from Hukuru Miskiiy and Feyli Kolhu of Sultan Ghaazee Mohamed.