10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!


A honeymoon is the one thing which both bride and groom look most forward to as soon as they get hitched. You and your other half are in love and there’s nothing better than spending time with him/her at a special place. This is a known fact that all the brainstorming goes in planning a perfect wedding and then there’s hardly any time left to further plan a honeymoon. Maldives is a stunning place which has white sand beaches, colored waters, exciting water sports and a lot more. Maldives is the perfect destination for all types of couples and we’ve come up with 10 superb reasons why you should go to Maldives for your honeymoon.

Visit Different Islands

10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!-1 Maldives has in total 1,192 coral islands (JUST IMAGINE!) and you can visit a few of them every day with your loved one! Go island hopping and explore the best of Maldives. You can also get to witness the famous sea deep wish there. Oh, and don’t forget to go to the Male Island which is a special one for the honeymooners. You can go for a swim in the protected ocean pool called the Artificial Beach and indulge in exciting water sports there. Visit the Biyadhoo island which is popularly known as the scuba island. Oh, and definitely Fihalhohi island has beautiful overwaters bungalows.

Ride on Dhoni

10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!-2 For those of you who know only one Dhoni (calling out to the cricket lover), the Dhoni found in Maldives is a multi-purpose sailboat which works on a motor. This boat is handcrafted and is just perfect if you’re looking for some relaxation time with your loved one. What can be more fun than riding on one of the oldest and most exotic boats! Oh, and you’ll come back with tons of stories and memories to share with your friends.

Together Watch the Sea Life

10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!-3 You won’t be able to find a sea life like the one found in Maldives. You’ll have a delightful experience watching beautiful coral reefs, whale sharks, manta rays and much more such sea animals. Explore the underwater world with your hubby and become friends with one or two of these creatures. Oh, and you can also sleep and dine with the fishes in this nation. In Maldives, you can opt for total relaxation right by the sea. Imagine how romantic it will be to experience something which is so magical with the one person you love so much!

Water Sports for the Adventure Lovers

10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!-4 If you’re an adventure lover and swear by the water then Maldives is the place for you and your soulmate. Go for diving and snorkelling amidst gazillion coral reefs and crystal-clear waters. Explore the divine sea life and have as much fun as you can with your loved one there. And not just diving, you can also go for snorkelling where you’ll be able to swim with the dolphins, sea turtles, eagle rays, colourful fish etc. Befriend these water animals and have the time of your life. Your honeymoon will turn out to be just splendid!

Pay the Glowing Beach a Visit!

10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!-5 If you thought that a glowing beach only existed in fairy tales then you’re in for a treat because Maldives is home to a glowing beach. It’s gorgeous, to say the least. Informally, it is also known as the “firefly effect”. This is the perfect place to spend intimate moments with your loved one which you’re going to cherish forever. And just imagine, how pretty the pictures will turn out to be (friends and family will die of jealousy!)

Cruise Through the Country

10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!-6 Break the monotony. Don’t stay inside your resort and pass your time. Instead, cruise through the beautiful land of Maldives. The ship takes it’s passengers to remote islands, deserted beaches and also sails between the enchanting garden island of Kuda Huraa and the pristine hideaway of Landaa Giraavaru in the Baa Atoll UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. You’ll find loads of services here like laundry, sundeck massage area, water sports, spa services etc. Have an amazing experience of the sea like never before!

Hunt and Cook your own Fish

10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!-7 Go for a night reef fishing trip where you can catch fish and later get to cook them too. Surprise your other half by doing something fun and exciting and later reward them by serving the fish you caught and cooked. There will be nothing more romantic than cooking a good meal for your soulmate. After all, they say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach!

Ride on the Seaplane Taxi

10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!-8 Nobody can go to Maldives and miss out on the seaplane taxis. They are the fastest and the safest transportation in this island nation. The De Havilland Twin Otter is a versatile, twin-engine turbine powered aircraft and is suited to operate in all kinds of temperatures and climates. With a fleet of 48 de Havilland Twin Otters, Trans Maldivian Airways operates the largest seaplane operation in the world. Now, who would have thought that taxis only run on the road?

Candle Light Dinner Under the Stars

10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!-9 As cliché as this sounds, a candlelight dinner under the stars in Maldives is possibly the best thing couples can do when there. And not just a candlelight dinner, you can have one on the white sand at one of the beaches in Maldives or enjoy a sunset dinner on a dhoni. The sky will be your limit and you’ll get to spend the mother of all romantic dates with your other half! And don’t forget to pack that hot cocktail dress for this specific night.

Adopt Your Own Coral Reef

10 Reasons Why Honeymoon in Maldives is SO Amazing!-10 Only in Maldives you can adopt your very own coral reef. The concept is simple- to protect the earth by adopting your own coral reef. For US $150 per coral reef, you can watch yours get submerged in the water with your name tag attached on it. You will then regularly be updated with through email photos of their artificial coral reef. This will be the most meaningful thing one can do on his honeymoon and can remember every bit of it later on as well!

There’s no better place that you can find other than Maldives if you’re a sucker of sea life, nature and animals. You can do fun, adventurous things as well as indulge in some good quality time with your other half. So don’t wait a second and head to Maldives for your honeymoon!


Shweghna Gursahaney

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