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Tourism is the largest economic industry in the Maldives, as it plays an important role in earning foreign exchange revenues and generating employment in the tertiary sector of the country. The archipelago of the Maldives is the main source of attraction to many tourists visiting the country worldwide. Maldives is very famous for its natural beauty which includes the blue ocean and white beaches, accompanied by clean air and pleasant temperatures. The climate of the Maldives is ideal for visitors to get engaged in water sports such as swimming, fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, water-skiing. windsurfing and kite boarding. Due to its extraordinary underwater scenery and clean water, Maldives is ranked among the best recreational diving destinations of the world.



Maldives National Museum


National Museum of Maldives was established after republic in the location of Sultan’s palace, having a preserved collection of ancient times. In this museum the visitors have a great opportunity to watch the spectacular display of regal objects, coins, royal sunshades, jewelry, thrones and even the artifacts of pre-Islamic era over a thousands year ago. The museum has a collection of valuable objects that portray the history. It was introduced by the Prime Minister Ameer Mohamed Amin Didi in 19th November 1952 the main purpose to preserve the history of Maldives. The museum allows you to see the large number of sultan belongings such as ornaments, daily costumes of the king and queen, paper, stone sculpture, arms and armor and the old photography and many other objects that display the past life of Maldivian people. Apart from these it also contains the priceless statue of Buddhist cenotaphs. The visitors can take a look of the ancient objects from Sunday to Thursday as it remains closed Friday and Saturday. The museum opens from 9am to 5pm and tickets for visitors are- adults Rf 50 and children Rf 15, where as it charges Rf 20 for adults and Rf 5 for children they belong to Maldives.


Kurumba Village in Maldives


Located at a short ride of about 20 mins from the airport at Male lays the Kurumba village in the Kurumba Island, which is the first island resort in Maldives. It can be called a jungle resort. It serves as a magnet to tourists visiting Maldives. This place is filled with lush green coconut trees. The white sandy beaches and excellent calm lagoons make it a perfect place to spend a holiday. This village is supported by some of the finest villas and bungalows in Maldives. Excellent bars, spa and massage centers make this place more adorable. Water sports like snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking etc. are quite famous in this place.


Seenu Atoll Maldives


Atoll was formerly known as the Addu Atoll. It is located in the southern most part of Maldives Atoll. Unlike other Atolls of Maldives, this Atoll is a land locked atoll surrounded by islands from all the sides. Due to this geographical feature, Seenu Atoll in Maldives is protected to a great degree from the storms and bad weather of the Indian Ocean. The waters surrounding this Atoll have a very rich marine life. This place is famous for dolphins and whales.


Naifaru in Maldives


Naifaru in Maldives is located 142 kms north of Male. Naifaru is listed in the top 5 famous islands in Maldives. This island is a part of Laviyani Atoll and is a perfect place to relax and enjoy your life. It is considered as family holiday spot where you can enjoy climbing the sand mountains, taking part in exciting water sports, go shopping with your family, enjoy some exquisite dishes in the local restaurants and much more. Naifaru island in Maldives is much liked by kids. It has fabulous hotels and resorts which always serves the visitors with utmost care and hospitality.