These beautiful islands are located in South Asia gracing the Indian ocean with their gorgeous white beaches’ natural mangrove forests and breath-taking blue ocean. Visitors to the Maldives are granted a free tourist visa or visa-on-arrival status regardless of their country of origin for 30 days. Provide a valid passport, money to be self- sufficient while in the country, and proof of onward travel you are good to go.
Honeymooners love the Maldives for the privacy, resorts in the Maldives are all private atolls or islands. Luxurious private villas and private pools make it hard to leave your room. Most villas have a private butler to attend to your every need. The rooms are air-conditioned and spacious, satellite tv for your indoor entertainment, packed minibars, and delicious Maldives coffee. The private pools are increasingly popular even in water villas were warm lagoons are easily accessible. The emphasis on privacy, imagine taking a plunge splashing around or sipping on a fruity cocktail with your significant other. Talk about honeymoon goals.
Despite the privacy of these islands there are tons of activity for honeymooners to enjoy. Romantic bike rides around the island you are in, aerobics, volleyball, and table tennis. You can also enjoy water sports like swimming, fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, water skiing, windsurfing and kite-boarding you can also enjoy luxury surfing with some boat made waves. Heeeey!! a wave is a wave we do not discriminate; boats make some good waves too. Honeymooners can enjoy private dining on a 2 person Maldivian sailboat taking you on a cruise around the lagoon, or watch the sunset while dining in island restaurants facing the ocean, sipping on some champagne, what can beat that?!
The Maldives generally has a low crime rate despite personal belongings being stolen on the beaches, which is probably wise to never leave your belongings unattended. Resorts are mainly occupied by visitors and the workforce with no local people or houses. This unique condition is that one island is one resort meaning one hotel occupies the whole island. You can move from one island to the other and get a different experience unique to the island. Some islands are marshy while others are higher owing to sand and gravel having piled up by wave action. Inhabited islands have small groves of banana, papaya, drumstick, and citrus trees while uninhabited islands have different kinds of bushes and mangroves with some coconut trees along water lines. Instar ready don’t you think?
In the Maldives honeymooners get good packages with a whole lot of extras because most resorts compete to give the best deals like, rooms decorated in rose petals, free sunset cruises, all-inclusive stay with full access to at least three restaurants with buffet meals as well as la carte dining. Some offer private yoga sessions at sunset on sandbanks, wow talk about luxury. We have to list a few on we have on offer.
Meeru island resort, white sand beaches, laid back atmosphere, excellent snorkeling, and barefoot philosophy.
Hotel Riu Atoll a 4 star, 24-hour all-inclusive hotel. Connected by a walkway with the neighboring Kedhigandu island, where the Riu Palace Maldives hotel is situated so that you can enjoy an exclusive holiday in this unparalleled destination.
Olhuveli Beach and Spa resort the resort occupies a small, narrow island surrounded by snow-white beaches and is in true Maldivian style with soft sand walkways, frangipani trees, and beautifully appointed accommodation on both land and water.