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The Maldives-Islands of Marine Magic

April 1, 2015 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , ,

The Maldives archipelago conjures up sublime images of sparkling white sand, clear and calm turquoise blue waters, grass roofed bungalows, a dazzling array of reef fish and sunshine all year round. A geological eccentricity nestled in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the Maldives are a series of ancient coral reefs that grew up and around the sides of towering prehistoric volcanoes.

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No amount of words or images can do justice to this stunning seascape. Like a swirl of diamonds scattered over the ocean, the Maldives is simply one of the finest island destinations in the world. Comprising 1196 islands on 27 coral atolls spread over 90,000 square kilometers of the Indian Ocean, cruising in a yacht is the ultimate way of discovering the marine magic that surrounds the Maldives.

Visitors are invited to let their imagination roam free and indulge themselves in style. The best experience is to break free of one’s boundaries and sail away to a new destination every day on a Maldives liveaboard to find the best surfing, snorkeling and diving locations.

If travelers come to Maldives especially for scuba diving, a liveaboard cruise is the best choice. A liveaboard, starting in the capital city, Male, can also be cheaper than an expensive resort as the diving packages are all inclusive. It will allow travelers to dive all of the most impressive sites and discover the best of what the islands have to offer, such as the most breathtaking underwater experience of all– snorkeling with manta rays and an enormous whale shark, the ocean’s largest fish.

For more information about the Maldives and liveaboard cruises, please contact [email protected].

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