On a resort there are lots of lagoon based activities, from snorkeling and scuba diving to deep sea fishing or, for the less energetic, hook and line fishing from the side of a Dhoni and having the resort prepare your catch for dinner. There are facilities for windsurfing, paragliding, waterskiing, kayaking, paddle boarding and, for enthusiasts, some enticing surfing.
Resorts arrange gentle dhoni cruises to spot dolphins leaping and visits to local islands to see the traditional Maldivian way of life or to picnic on a sandbank. There are spas where trained therapists offer a variety of treatments including Ayurveda, a natural herbal system of wellness, and Yoga. For exercise, most resorts have a gymnasium and walking around the island is a fine way of learning about the tropical flora and fauna
Some resorts organize lessons in cookery or wine tasting or feature talks on the environment, while others have displays of local handicrafts or a mini-museum of ancient maps and artifacts. A visit to Male’ is a chance for shopping and exploration, or to go underwater in the Whale Submarine or take to the air on a chartered photo-flight by seaplane. There are sports such as beach volleyball and futsal to play, and many resorts have billiards and table tennis, as well as indoor games. Satellite television keeps guests in touch with the world, and resorts have WiFi access as well as libraries of movies, magazines, and books
Contrary to the notion that the Maldives is all about its beautiful shorelines and ocean-villas, as well as the activities you can do when in the country is limited to watersports and activities, there are many other things you can do to further know the fastest emerging tourist spot in the world.
Contrary to the notion that the Maldives is all about its beautiful shorelines and ocean-villas, as well as the activities you can do when in the country is limited to watersports and activities, there are many other things you can do to further know the fastest emerging tourist spot in the world. Snorkeling in the Maldives does not require to possess any specific qualification. Snorkeling is perfect for exploring the house reefs of resorts at a leisurely pace.
Para-sailing, jet-skiing, wake-boarding, water-skiing, catamaran sailing, canoeing, wind-surfing, kite surfing, etc.. are all fun-filled water-based activities to indulge in at your selected resorts. At Maldives, these adventures and moments are the reason why our country boasts such attractions, and right now most of all resorts have water sports centers with professional instructors and guides that also offer courses of different levels of water sports requiring skills and ability such as wind-surfing and wake-boarding.