Things to know before you travel to Maldives – plan your holiday in the earthly paradise…
On your way to Maldives, there is no doubt that your next stop is going to be paradise, but still, there might be a fact or two that you need to know before you pack your bags and go. Follow the simple rule of knowing where you go, and you can be sure that there will be no trouble in paradise. First, plan your trip and find a good Maldives island resort or two to stay during your holiday. There are plenty of options like Adaaran Club Rannalhi for you to choose from, depending on your budget and the requirement. Remember that not everything is cheap in Maldives, just to avoid unforeseen surprises on your credit card. Then, decide how you want to spend your days in Maldives, whether you want to go surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, island hopping, or just lay back and relax on a pristine beach.
If you are more of a city person, loving the bee and buzz of the city life, Maldives is not the place for you. There is very little chance of having a good shopping spree or enjoying the nightlife, except in the capital city of Male. And also there is the traveling issue; that is if you are not so fond of frequent short trips via the sea or the sky to and from the islands of your choice. You can do some research on your own to find the specialties of each island in Maldives. For example, if you are out on your honeymoon you will be more comfortable in a small, secluded island with minimum distractions, whilst you are more likely to enjoy some activity like water sports on a casual holiday. The food and dining is highly commendable, with a decent array of Asian cuisine. The best thing is that you don’t have to dress up for dinner, smart casual is pretty much accepted everywhere on the island. With these things in mind, now you are ready for the best vacation in your life!
Damon Starky is a creative nomadic travel writer, who is well informed and experienced on a wide range of interests that would connect to the needs of any type of traveler. Google+