The Best of Maldives


Located in South Asia, on the Indian Ocean, Maldives is a small and beautiful island nation. Exotic beaches, lovely natural atolls, biosphere reserves, and resorts, Maldives make for a fantastic holiday destination. 

Here are the top places to visit while in the Maldives for your next vacation!


This is a picturesque little tropical island with white sand beaches, palm trees, and luxury resorts. The resorts are all-inclusive and will ensure an unforgettable time in this island paradise.

Meeru Island

Located on the easternmost tip of North Malé Atoll in the Maldives, Meeru Island is formed above the peaks that have emerged from the ocean’s depths, upon layers of both living and dead coral, and remnants of other marine life. With coconut palms towering above dense shrubs and hardy plants dotting the area, the island stretches for about 1200 meters, covering about 32 hectares. You can book your stay at the only resort of this island, Meeru Resort, and explore around this amazing place in a speedboat!

Ari Atoll

Ari Atoll is one of the biggest natural atolls, located to the west of the archipelago. Consisting of 105 islands, in a near-rectangular alignment, this atoll has several popular tourist resorts. If you want to explore the vibrant and abundant marine life, don’t forget to go for scuba diving and watch the spectacular ocean world unfold.

Hukuru Miskiy

Built in 1658, The Malé Friday Mosque or the Malé Hukuru Miskiy, one of the oldest and most decorated mosques in the city of Malé, Kaafu Atoll, Maldives. The whole mosque has been built with coral boulders, as primary construction material and was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list of cultural sites. Renowned carpenters Ali Maavadi Kaleyfaanu and Mahmud Maavadi Kaleyfaanu worked on this architectural masterpiece for two years and made it one of the finest examples of coral stone buildings in the world. 


This inhabited island of Alif Dhaal Atoll is located about 100 km from the capital Male and is a pristine place with crystal clear water. It is also a famous hotspot for whale sharks. So keep a close watch, and you might just spot them!


Located in Alif Dhaal Atoll, Thoddoo is a tiny island notable for its important Buddhist ruins. It is a beautiful place with lots of vegetation, farmlands, and surrounding coral reefs. You can indulge in snorkeling and diving here, or have a relaxing swim away from all the hustle and bustle.


It is a beautiful island adorned by white sand beaches and located on a lagoon. With upscale resorts and spas, you can enjoy a luxurious and relaxing time here.


If you want to catch sight of some Manta Rays, then do pay a visit to Hanifaru!


This is a perfect honeymoon spot with its beaches, trees, shades, and snorkeling options. You can stay at the famous Anantara Resort while at Dhigu.


Located within the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll, Vakkaru is yet another honeymoon destination with private beaches, excellent resorts, and great food imbibing the Maldives culture.

Concluding Words

The Maldives is paradise on the Arabian Sea, with its beautiful islands, natural biodiversity, marine life, and world-class resorts. So go ahead and plan your post-quarantine holiday at the Maldives today!