Make Maldives Happen

Make Maldives Happen!


When it comes right down to the magnificent environment covered with white beaches, clean air and crystal blue oceans, the replaceable synonym is “Maldives”.

When you will step in Maldives for the first time, you will get fond of the water sports and will get engages in some of the predominant activities like fishing, scuba diving, water skiing, snorkeling and swimming.

Excluding its reputation for fascinating natural beauty, Maldives offers you some of the best experiences and while your stay here, we’d want to you to make the best of your visit.

Ever seen those luminescent planktons that glow on the beaches during nights? Apart from your fairy-tale dreams! You will experience these magical gleaming glows here in Maldives.

During your visit to Maldives, you will involve yourself on all of its islands then what you have seen on the net, online.

The best recommendation during your visit to Maldives is, do island hopping by staying at a specific island for a reasonable period of time.

One of the best times to visit Maldives is around the month of June- September where you can feel your swim with the school of fishes including sharks, whales and dolphins.

Also, if you want to enter as a “tight budget constraint person” in Maldives, try visiting Maldives between the months of December to April where you can acquire all of the bargained products.

“Must know” yet amazing news! When you will arrive here in Maldives, you won’t get any cabs, taxies or private buses; instead you have to travel via sea plane or boat to go anywhere.

We advise you to live in a water villa for at least once during your visit to Maldives. Just beneath the Sri Lanka and India, peppered beyond the Indian Ocean, there are 1,190 separate islands which make Maldives as a whole.

So, in case if you doubt the existence of all of these islands, you must zoom into Google just to make sure that these tiny pieces of green land are islands and must notice that yes they’re there.

Out of the total 1,190 islands, there are 200 of them which are inhabited by the people of Maldives in the form of permanent population of Maldives, fishing villages and farming towns. The rest are left for the industrial purpose or for the “picnic spots” (in the forms of resorts) which are left aside for the tourists.
 

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Three most vital and predominant things that prevail in the Maldives are:

  1. Diving
  2. Fishing
  3. Surfing

If you look at the resorts in Maldives, virtually, you will find that every single resort has its own “house reef” built close and a private professional dive center. This renders snorkelers and “kaleidoscopic collection of tropical fishes”.

The next very prevalent activity in Maldives is the “Windsurfing” which you will easily find in every resort, you come across. Speaking about the surfing world, the Maldives is the last secret alive. “Kanifinoihu”, Tari village and “Lohifushi” are superiorly considered when it comes to surfing trips.

You will come across the term “DHONIS” which is actually fishing when Maldivians do this with sailboats. Although if the visitors want, they can troll for martin, wahoo, sailfish, yellow fin tuna and swordfish via boarding numerous sport fishing boats.

In addition to this, if you don’t wish to sacrifice your time on beaches then you can go for the night fishing, where strips are anchored off with a gentle reef with a red snapper, underneath the wide open sky.

While the underwater riches of enthusiastic scuba-divers devote their time for diving, there is also a “Golden-domed mosque” which only opens on Fridays.

Taking you towards the climate in Maldives, it is wondrously war around the year with an average day temperature between 250c to 300c which might drop quite down in the night hours.  The water temperature hardly falls down below 250c whereas there is “8 hour sunshine”, every day.

Want to see the direr part of Maldives, and then go during the peak season that is between the month of December and April. It’s the time the temperature is less windy and much hotter as compared to other months.

You would be surprised to know that most of the immigrants feel it pleasant to arrive in the peak season. See the factors that can influence your decision with the time of visit is; microclimatic conditions, best value offers and of course the marine life.
 

Culture in Maldives


Ready to get into the culture of Maldives! Well it is multi-faceted. The culture practices in Maldives are incredible due to the influences of Malaysia, Sri Lanka, and India, Arab, Indonesia, African and even the Persian influences.

While you stay in Maldives, you will involve yourself in the hybrid yet comprehended culture which you haven’t been witnessed any before.

Serving as a crossroad between few of the islands from the southern India, Maldives serve as diversifying yet wonderful travel. The disclosed fact about Maldives is you will discover purely African rhythm, “Boduberu is the traditional dance of Maldives which can illustrate it all well.

Beside this dance you will listen, the language along with the rhythm of those perfectly played drums that will literarily take you to the eastern region of America.

If you are fond of the Indian origins of Maldivians, you can easily find it in some of the culinary specialties.

Just like Indian culture, you will see the Maldivians showing respect to their elders which further enhance their bond with the immediate as well as extended family members.

The role that women play in the Maldivian society is respectable and very well considered, especially when the laws of the society apply equally to both men as well as the women. However, the women maintain their maiden name even after the marriage. At most of the regions in Maldives, Islamic code of conduct prevail which every resident and citizen is anticipated to follow.

Another common fact between Indians and Maldivians is that, only after attaining the age of 18years, they can marry. It is quite common for the males to have 4 wives altogether. You will hardly encounter the practice of polygamy which indeed, is rare.

If any person gets involved in pre-marital sex, it is considered to be a crime and is well-punished with regards to the same. This is the reason for uncountable divorce cases in Maldives and is a place where homosexuality is banned and criminalized. The good fact is that due to these laws the rat of prostitution is really low.

Food in Maldives

Mostly fishes are the main source of protein and maybe that’s why it is added in every dish of Maldives which they believe to be the Maldivian’s touch. If we talk about the ceremonial seasons and occasions, Meat is consumed instead of pork.

You will encounter deficiency of vegetables in the cuisines as the land to grow and cultivate vegetables is little arable.

Maldives import rice, sugar, flour from other countries. For the consumption of adults, there is elongated pipe which is usually smoked which is called as the “Guduguda”. Another local brew that is consumed on a vast scale is, “Raa”.

One of its basic food items which are traditionally served is “Garudhiya”; it is basically a fragrant fish soup where fish is cooked with salt and water. This dish is served along with rice, lime, and onions and chilly.

Another food which is prevalent in Maldives is “Mas Huni” which is served with grated coconuts and smoked with shredded tuna. It is the most common eaten breakfast.

The next mouth-watering dish is “Masroshi” it is more like a chapatti stuffing which is again smoked with coconut and tuna. You will go “mmmmmm”! When, a flavor of curry is added to it.
 

Food in Maldives


Mostly fishes are the main source of protein and maybe that’s why it is added in every dish of Maldives which they believe to be the Maldivian’s touch. If we talk about the ceremonial seasons and occasions, Meat is consumed instead of pork.

You will encounter deficiency of vegetables in the cuisines as the land to grow and cultivate vegetables is little arable.

Maldives import rice, sugar, flour from other countries. For the consumption of adults, there is elongated pipe which is usually smoked which is called as the “Guduguda”. Another local brew that is consumed on a vast scale is, “Raa”.

One of its basic food items which are traditionally served is “Garudhiya”; it is basically a fragrant fish soup where fish is cooked with salt and water. This dish is served along with rice, lime, and onions and chilly.

Another food which is prevalent in Maldives is “Mas Huni” which is served with grated coconuts and smoked with shredded tuna. It is the most common eaten breakfast.

The next mouth-watering dish is “Masroshi” it is more like a chapatti stuffing which is again smoked with coconut and tuna. You will go “mmmmmm”! When, a flavor of curry is added to it.
 

Accommodations in Maldives


It’s a fact that no building can challenge the height of palm trees in Maldives. There are two most visible kinds of rooms available in the resorts of Maldives, they are:

  1. The water bungalow (well known as villas of suites)
  2. The beach bungalow

Coming to the categorizes of resort, you will often come across the resorts containing two storey blocks of rooms while some of them are having second floors and mezzanine.

The best rooms yet cocooned in comfort are those which gives you the feel of living in islands of Maldives. You may find it difficult to allocate resorts of these kinds but if you are lucky you will get one.

When talking particularly about the water bungalows, they are though well-furnished but are far away located from your diving school, reception of the resort or your place of dining.

Next one, “Green villas” are present in some of the resorts which are obviously not on the beach but somewhere around the island. These are economical only when the resorts are fully occupied.

Glad tidings! Many resorts also have the option of rendering a safari boat to you which is offered free of cost for 1 or 2 nights.
 

Learn the way of living in Maldives with a local


It will take some precious time of yours to actually understand the broad concept. Keeping the happy faces on white sandy beaches, aside there are so many pros and cons at the same time, waiting for you.

Yes the reality is much more complex than what you can estimate of! Maldives is not a paradise especially for its people. After the political crisis, Maldives became even worse. It takes a lot of sweat and blood for its citizens to survive and find a place to accommodate themselves.

If Maldives is the birthplace of any kid, then the future is contingent irrespective of the status of their family. A earning person is monthly rendered an income which is below the scale which means they can’t even afford to take their family out for dining, in a good restaurant on monthly basis. It further makes Maldives a tremendously miserable place.

The places that seems very happening and perfectly home to you can rarely be erected by the incomes of lower salaried people around Maldives.

Maldives holiday is only delightful to you but to live their way of life, it is next to impossible. You are right Maldives are famous for “Maldives holiday” but again it’s a source from where they derive their income.
 

What is Cultural Tour?


Cultural tourism relates to the majestic art, fascinating architecture, age-old customs, impeccable hospitality, authentic cuisines, thriving nightlife, and many more amazing and fascinating facts related to the country of Maldives. These compelling aspects build up the culture of the country.

The cultural tour also plays an influential role in developing and boosting the history of tourism in Maldives.

 

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