Have you ever wondered what you’re going to do when you get beauty surrounded by sandy beaches, turquoise waters, and luxury treatment? Well, many people would think that such a place cannot be visited. However, such a place exists, and your paradise ticket is the cluster of more than 2000 tiny Maldives coral islands. While this is a great place to relax and rejuvenate, it won’t mislead those seeking passion and adventure. So why stay in a certain spot, when in the Maldives there are a lot of fun things to do?
The stunning seas and their incredible richness are among the greatest attractions of the Maldives. The Maldives is one of the most beautiful places to snorkel because of its fantastic flora and fauna. The Maldives are a group of islands in the Indian Oceans in Southern India that provide snorkeling opportunities. In Maldivian waters, the reefs are mainly hard corals, a mixture of the table, finger, horn, bottle, lobe, and brain corals.
You will also look at a wide range of fish and marine animals such as anemonefish, colorful giant clams, blacktips, whitetip coral sharks, hawksbill turtles, whale sharks, eagle rays, large schools of brilliant fusiliers, clowns, butterflyfish, and banners. If you ever want to go to the Maldives for snorkeling, March is the best month for your holiday.
- Tube Fun
Holidays are the perfect time to get out of your comfort zone and try crazy things around the world. One of the insane things to do in the Maldives is fun tubing. Do you love high speed and adventure—then like a little bit more than average speed. You have fun tubing. Tubing is the way to the stunning natural water parks of the Maldives by roller-coaster.
It is a powerless, inflatable tube that floats across the water at high speed when you are sailing over the waves. Tubing provides you with a fun and bumpy journey you can also enjoy with your children. Thrilled Eh! Thrilled Huh!
- Parasitic therapy
Racing in the air, feeling the sea breeze in the ears, aerial view of the sea waters. Anyone with an open parachute is attracted to the air at an incredible pace by motorboat glides.
- Skiing with water
Water skiing is one of Maldives’ simplest and most fun water sports. Water skiing is practiced two-way, one way behind a boat, and another way is cable skiing on ocean water. This is a fun sport and many lifeguards can be seen on the coast when appropriate.
The rain-skating season makes skiing challenging in high winds, wet rain, and hot ocean streams between June and September. It’s not a good option for water skiing.
- Kiteboarding or kitesurfing
The constant winds and the warm weather from June to October are perfect for kite surfing or children’s sailing. For the first few days, the environmental conditions are particularly favorable.
This sport is designed to balance the windsurfer (Kitesurfer or Kite Border) on a longboard that is flatter than a traditional surfboard, while at the same time carrying a triangular sail.
Fishing is a great water sport in the Maldives, as it is rich in marine life. In the Maldives, there are two types of fishing: morning and evening fishing. Morning fishing is fast, as you can find massive, exotic fish, such as sailfish, marlin, barracuda, wahoo, and swordfish just around the ATOL reefs.
Night fishing is an enjoyable sport since the natural world is enhanced by the star-studded sky. Fishes such as emperors, snappers, squirrelfish, jackets, and other fish can be found.
- Take a dive
The sport gives a fantastic view of life below the Indian Ocean. Scuba diving is the perfect way to bear witness to countless water species. Almost 70 separate coral reef types and over 700 species of fish and other marine animals can be seen. The warm ocean waters make the experience of scuba diving even more special.
Between June and October and December to March the perfect time to dive in the Maldives. The diving spots are the Lion’s Head, Kudu Haa, Girifushi Thila, Middle Position, Massimo Thila. Sunlight Thila. Napoleonic wrasse, parakeets, snappers, barracudas, jacks, cakes, hammocks, grey sharks, white tip coral sharks, eagles rays, manta-rays, frogs, triggerfish, and surgeonfish are a variety of aquatic species. Some of them are seafood.
- Sighting of Whale Shark
You should probably try it on your Maldives tour. This is an awesome thing. Trips and packages give you the possibility to visit Whale Shark in their natural habitat, the most majestic and magnificent animal. One of the best areas to see is the Whale Shark, one of the endangered and South Ari Atol species in the Maldives. These fish are very big and have massive mouths and thousands of teeth but they do not pose any human danger. These docile animals are used to swimming next to people, and you just have to do this once in your life.
- Tour on foot
If you ever visit the Maldives and expect a rich experience, it’s all you need for a tour like that. Explore Male’s past and culture with a half day’s walk through Male. This is a small group guided tour of different points of interest. Tours for couples to do stuff in the Maldives.
- Cruise Sunset
This is the perfect way to see the elegance of this magnificent island when you’re in the Maldives. Take a boat or local dhoni for an hour. It’s a typical small wooden boat. Watch your cruise at the stunning sunset. Alongside the breathtaking scenery, the cute creatures of the sea – the dolphins – are also visible. In the Maldives at night or just before sunset, this is one of the best things to do.