The country of calming islands, and the capital of tourism in the world. The Maldives is the most mesmerizing and hosting place for water Lovers, which receives thousands of honeymoon trips. It is the land of universal love, relaxation and peace of mind that is far away in the middle of the ocean.
The Maldives is surrounded by the Indian Ocean and Sri Lanka's islands in the southwest, Malé is the capital of the Maldives.
Although it is one of the smallest cities in the world, it is the largest glamorous resort, it also contains the heritage of the state because of its variants mosques, as well as it's museums that preserve the Maldives ancient treasures.
The Maldives consists of 26 islands, and all of the coral islands depend on fishing and tourism. The size of the cities is so small that the entire country has a population of 360,000 and the islanders are friendly and loving, that why the Maldives considers a piece of heaven.
For the people of Maldives tourism considered everything, and they're used to live with many cultures. Sri Lanka has the greatest impact on the Maldivians because most of them came from the descendants of Sri Lanka's Sinhalese people, so this is the first culture of the Maldivians. South India caves another color to the city and its citizens by their brown skin and permanent wood. the other culture that affected the Maldivian is Arab merchants, as the Maldives became Islamic for the longest historical period.
Visiting the Maldives is a dream of everyone. Therefor Visitors to the islands increase each day. The number of honey-moon trips around the state economy, and the reason for the active tourism in the Maldives is due to the warm and sunny weather during the winter, also swimming and snorkeling and other sports, which is not available in any other coastal place.
The Climate Of Maldives:
The appropriate and moderate climate throughout the year is the secret of increasing tourism in the Maldives, where the Indian Ocean absorbs and stores the sun's heat, acting as a barrier to high degrees, so that the temperature swings to 24 degrees Celsius.
In a period of low temperatures, rain and wind blowing from December to April across the world, especially in Europe, but the Maldives is sunny and the weather is pleasant.
And the period from May to June you'll find wind, rain, and storms, plus the humidity rises to the highest degrees, that's why it is the least time tourists visit the islands. But this does not last long because August is hot again, as are spring, autumn and winter, and you have a sunny atmosphere again.
Most recommended places to visit in the Maldives:
-Headingley Island Resort:
Dolphins what make this resort special, Enjoying watching them while making their extraordinary show. Of course, the resort offers frequent diving trips, that it becomes the most popular diving resort there. The resort offers you the right place to learn diving techniques, where the latest technologies used in this field, as well as the most famous international restaurants.
The Global Water Sports Center, it offers visitors the largest number of kayak boats used for ice-skating. As well as plenty of clubs to play table tennis, also golf courses are offered in this fantastic resort, and small waterfalls fill the resort as a natural unique landscape, in addition to practicing yoga. It is the perfect place to relax and break out.
This resort is one of the best when it comes to sports and leisure offers. activities at this resort are limitless. The beach at this resort is a suitable place for great aerobics and enjoyable diving trips. Paradise island attracts many visitors and adventure enthusiasts around the world. Therefore it participates increasing tourism in the Maldives by a large percentage.
Learning to dive in the Maldives:
Diving in the Maldives is not difficult, but it requires some knowledge and attention. It does not require tremendous strength or fitness, once you do specific things with a minimum of energy, your fuel will reach the maximum air.
There are intermediate levels of training courses, from beginners -diving in a lake or swimming pool- to free diving -which gives an internationally accredited certificate-. Otherwise, there are advanced training courses especially for obtaining a master degree in diving and qualification to become a certified diving instructor.
And the best way to develop diving skills is through Good equipment and temperate climatic conditions, for example, if you trained at home it will take longer to practice actual diving than coming to the Maldives.
Equipment for diving:
All diving schools in Maldives rent diving equipment, but most divers prefer to own their own equipment. It is better to have your mask, breathing tube and fins to use for diving, and the cost of diving always includes the weight belt and the gas tube so it is not necessary to bring them during your trip.
-Wetsuit (Diving suit):
The water's temperature gets between (27: 30)° C, so "3mm suit" should be sufficient. But when you dive deeper or dive more than once per day ''5mm suit'' will be more sufficient. Moreover, you can practice diving activity with your T-shirt if you don't feel so cold or not getting so deep.
-Regulator & BCDs:
Many divers have their own pressure regulator "Which reduces compressed breathing gas to the surrounding pressure that reaches the diver" it is a safe way with those who are used to it.
The BCDs "floating controller", it is a screw that is controlled by expanding and narrowing it and thus increases or reduce the level of your buoyancy level, Its necessary tool for safe driving.
Both instruments are usually included in the full package of tools, and serious divers used to bring them all the time.
Bringing this device became mandatory in the Maldives. The rental price ranges from US $ 5.10 per plunge, or as part of the full toolkit.
once again: serious divers used to bring them every trip.