The Maldives is an ideal place for a surfing vacation. The warm waters, perfect waves, and stunning views make it an ideal place for beginners and experienced surfers alike. The Maldives is also famous among surfers for its beautiful white sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and luxury resorts with surf breaks.
Scuba diving is a mode of underwater diving whereby divers use breathing equipment that is completely independent of a surface air supply, and therefore has a limited but variable endurance. The name "scuba", an acronym for "Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus", was coined by Christian J. Lambertsen in a patent submitted in 1952. Scuba divers carry their own source of breathing gas, usually compressed air, affording them greater independence and movement than surface-supplied divers, and more time underwater than free divers. Although the use of compressed air is common, a gas blend with a higher oxygen content, known as enriched air or nitrox, has become popular due to the reduced nitrogen intake during long or repetitive dives. Also, breathing gas diluted with helium may be used to reduce the likelihood and effects of nitrogen narcosis during deeper dives.
Snorkeling is a popular recreational activity, particularly at tropical resort locations. It provides the opportunity to observe underwater life in a natural setting without the complicated equipment and training required for scuba diving. It appeals to all ages because of how little effort is involved and is the basis of the two surface disciplines of the underwater sport of finswimming.
Big Game Fishing
Fishing was a necessity for survival among our ancestors, and continues to be so for some populations. It has also become a sport, and a way for people to get away from everyday life. Fishing awards anglers with mental, physical, and social benefits We have years of experience when it comes to working on the water! We have worked with other captains for years, before we deciding to set up our own charter in 2018 in the beautiful Maldives. Our usual clients are locals; friends or friends of friends. Because of this, we loves offering guests from further afield a true Malé fishing experience. Come aboard and fish like a local with true locals.
Where will you find more than a thousand little islands waiting to be explored, but in The Maldives! This nation sits on the Indian Ocean, and enjoys the company of coral reefs and other marine life underwater. One vacation may not be enough to see it all. However, Maldives island hopping tours can save you some time and give you a comprehensive glimpse of multiple isles, each with something unique to offer. Among the 1,200 islands that make up The Maldives, only about 200 are inhabited by locals. The remaining are private islands which have their own world-class resorts with water villas and other luxurious accommodation.
Among other spectacular experiences, the Maldives is known for breathtaking sunsets and what better way to savour these than on a scenic cruise around the Indian Ocean? Indulge in moments of serenity as you cruise on a local Dhoni through the waters surrounding Male’ City, catching uninhibited views of the sun setting into the ocean with your loved one for a romantic evening or with your family, a fantastic opportunity to take photographs and maybe (not guaranteed) spot playful dolphins along the way. As the ideal oceanic escape, the sunset cruise excursion allows you to take in each moment spent exploring the sea. For you and your loved ones, this is the perfect way to bond over light-hearted conversations, excellent service and remarkable views.
Whether you’re with your besties or your partner or on a solo trip, Dolphin watching in the Maldives is a must-do activity. Dolphin watching in this tropical paradise is an absolute delight! With crystal-clear waters and picturesque landscapes, the Maldives offers the perfect setting to witness these intelligent creatures gracefully gliding through the ocean. Whether you're on a luxurious cruise or a thrilling speedboat, encountering playful pods of dolphins will leave you in awe.
Shark Bay Visit
Shark Bay has a rich and exciting history that dates back 30,000 years. Indigenous people belonging to the Malgana, Nhanda and Yingkarta language groups, seventeenth century explorers from France and Holland, traders and workers from England, Asia and the Pacific and tourists from all corners of the globe have all left their mark, with tales of discovery, shipwrecks, pearling, farming and naval disaster creating a fascinating cultural story. To discover more about Shark Bay's history visit the Shark Bay Discovery & Visitor Centre on Denham's Knight Terrace.
Historic wrecks are attractive to maritime archaeologists because they preserve historical information: for example, studying the wreck of Mary Rose revealed information about seafaring, warfare, and life in the 16th century. Military wrecks, caused by a skirmish at sea, are studied to find details about the historic event; they reveal much about the battle that occurred. Discoveries of treasure ships, often from the period of European colonisation, which sank in remote locations leaving few living witnesses, such as Batavia, do occur as well. Some contemporary wrecks, such as the oil tanker Prestige or Erika, are of interest primarily because of their potential harm to the environment. Other contemporary wrecks are scuttled in order to spur reef growth, such as Adolphus Busch and Ocean Freeze. Many contemporary and historic wrecks, such as Thistlegorm, are of interest to recreational divers that dive to shipwrecks because they are interesting to explore, provide large habitats for many types of marine life, and have an interesting history.
Male City Tour
Male Maldives is the capital city and the main land of the maldives. The city is one of the most densely populated places in the world with a population of 133,412 citizens and estimated 50,000 workers in an area of 1.92 square. Male is geographically located in the southern edge of North Male’ Atoll (Kaafu Atoll) next to the Maldives international Airport. Male Maldives is a great place to visit for short periods of time. It holds many important icons and sights of the country. Out of them one the most famous among the visitors are: (Old friday mosque, Stingray point, Fish -market, Artificial beach, Victory monument, Male Square, Museum, Souvenir Street etc...). The Streets are very small and busy during peak hours.
The best time to visit the Maldives is from December to March. This dazzling archipelago has more than a thousand islands that are out of a fairytale. It feels like magic white dust is sprinkled on a lovely painting! The Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean and not very far from the Indian west coast, this little paradise is popular for its silky white sand, shining blue water that is home to rich marine life, and perfect skies. Newlyweds pick this country for their honeymoon experience as it is tailor-made for a perfect romantic getaway. Even families visit this incredible place to have a perfect vacation. Wherever you go, beauty follows everywhere in the Maldives. Moreover, apart from pristine islands, the Maldives is a great destination for food fanatics, history, art lovers, and adventurers as well.
Whale Submarine Tour
Imagine yourself cruising through an underwater garden filled with tropical fish. This is exactly what you will experience during your 45-minute dive. Onboard the whale submarine you will descend to a submerged reef 45 meters beneath the surface. During the Descent the seabed and different types of reef fish. In most of the dives, the submarine is greeted by a school of blue or yellow-striped Snappers.
The Maldives is known for its huge world of water sports that offers innumerable experiences making you fall in love with everything. Imagine walking on the ocean floor and looking at incredible rich marine life closely. Isn’t it an extremely ecstatic experience to have at least once in your life! Sea walking is definitely one of the best water sports in the Maldives. Best time to go for sea walking in the Maldives: From January to April
Vow renewals are a celebration of a marriage, a relationship and a life lived together. Often linked to big moments in a couple's life, vow renewal ceremonies offer the opportunity to re-affirm the commitments made on the wedding day and to look ahead to a bright future together.
Romantic Beach Dinner
What makes a romantic dinner? When planning a romantic dinner you should consider several factors: lighting, music, decor, and of course, the food and drinks. Candles and soft music are a great way to set the mood for romance. Select unscented candles or neutral-scented candles that won't interfere with the flavors of the food you intend to serve.
A Flyboard is a brand of hydroflighting device which supplies propulsion to drive the Flyboard into the air to perform a sport known as hydroflying. A Flyboard rider stands on a board connected by a long hose to a watercraft. Water is forced under pressure to a pair of boots with jet nozzles underneath which provide thrust for the rider to fly up to 22 m (72 ft) in the air or to dive headlong through the water down as far as one is willing to go
Parasailing, also known as parascending, paraskiing or parakiting, is a recreational kiting activity where a person is towed behind a vehicle while attached to a specially designed canopy wing that resembles a parachute, known as a parasail wing. The manned kite's moving anchor may be a car, truck, or boat. The harness attaches the occupant to the parasail, which is connected to the boat, or land vehicle, by the tow rope. The vehicle then drives off, carrying the parascender (or wing) and person into the air. If the boat is powerful enough, two or three people can parasail behind it at the same time. The parascender has little or no control over the parachute. The activity is primarily a fun ride, not to be confused with the sport of paragliding.
Windsurfing is a wind propelled water sport that is a combination of sailing and surfing. It is also referred to as "sailboarding" and "boardsailing", and emerged in the late 1960s from the aerospace and surf culture of California. Windsurfing gained a popular following across Europe and North America by the late 1970s and had achieved significant global popularity by the 1980s. Windsurfing became an Olympic sport in 1984.
A luxurious way to discover the many atolls of Maldives, sailing in a Catamaran is an experience like none other. Cruise the high seas surrounded by turquoise waters and picturesque vistas. The Catamaran cruise is spacious and offers comfort and luxury for visitors.
One of the most peaceful ways to explore the boundless Indian Ocean is through a kayaking adventure in the Maldives. Glide across the turquoise waters and watch the magical marine life beneath you.
Kitesurfing is a wind powered surface watersport using a kite and a board to move across the water. Kitesurfing harnesses the power of the wind through a large parachute type kite to propel a rider across the water on a small surfboard or a kiteboard (similar to a wakeboard).
Jet Ski is the brand name of a personal watercraft (PWC)manufactured by Kawasaki,a Japanese company.The term is often used generically to refer to any type of personal watercraft used mainly for recreation, and it is also used as a verb to describe the use of any type of PWC.
Banana Boat Rides
Can you stay on the banana boat as it wobbles, ducks and dives? This adrenaline-pumping, inflatable ride is always a winning activity!
Skydiving in Maldives
Skydiving is neither comfortable nor safe when it is raining. In addition to the weather, one must pay close attention to the winds. If it is a very windy day, it will be difficult to control the flight path of the parachute and affect the accuracy of your landing. Calm weather is best suited for this adrenaline pumping sport. Mornings are preferred over late afternoons and evenings.
Explore Maldives with Photo Flight
Giving tourists another opportunity to enjoy the sights more leisurely, photo flights are a delightful excursion offering its visitors an experience far beyond its brilliant blue waters. Travellers can soar above a low altitude, capturing picture-perfect moments of the remarkable sights.
Sandbank is very tiny sandy island, surrounded by amazing sparkling sea in the most beautiful shades of blue and green water. You can swim there, snorkel and of course sunbath and relax. It is good to visit the sandbank in the morning or later afternoon as you can not find any shadow of trees in here.