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Tourism In Maldives

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Resorts

In the Maldives, a visitor can find different types of accommodation to suit his or her needs. The resorts of the Maldives are located in self-contained islands and offer wide choice of rooms. Even though there is no official star rating given to the resorts, there are resorts providing facilities and services equivalent to levels ranging from two-star to five-star. There are 87 resorts for you to choose your dream island.

For a different experience, the Maldives offers the opportunity to spend your holidays in liveaboards. These vessels are specially designed to accommodate tourists on board and provide diving, cruising and other activities. The liveaboards vary in the size and facilities provided onboard. Some may have merely six beds while others can accommodate over hundred people. There are more than 100 vessels to choose from.

There are over 90 resorts which vary from extravagantly luxurious to fairly simple. Accommodation almost invariably consists of thatch-roofed coral cabanas with ensuite facilities. Most of the resorts have air-conditioned rooms with mini-bar, although some of the resorts still have fan-cooled rooms. Many resort groups have recently installed desalination plants to provide clean tap water. The resorts are fully integral communities with sport and leisure facilities including scuba-diving and snorkeling, restaurants and bars and, in some cases, a shop and/or disco. A few islands have more than one resort and these generally range in size from six to 250 units, with most having 30 to 100 units. There is a shop on every resort island. Different islands tend to attract different nationalities.

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For a long time, the Republic of Maldives was one of the best-kept secrets in the world; a beautiful string of low-lying coral islands in the Indian Ocean, a paradise for scuba divers, water sports enthusiasts and sun seekers alike. All of these attractions are still very much in evidence but, in recent years, the tourism potential of the country has been developed in the form of a large number of island resorts. Several tour operators have added the Maldives to their programs, and since the introduction of direct flights from Europe, the islands have become an increasingly popular long-haul destination.

CHEVAL BLANC RANDHELI HERATHERA ISLAND RESORT

VILU REEF BEACH & SPA RESORT OLHUVELI BEACH & SPA RESORT

VAKARUFALHI MIRIHI ISLAND RESORT

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