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What To Do

The beauty of the Maldives of course, is that you don’t have to do anything. The utterly picturesque landscape and overwhelming tranquillity implores visitors to do nothing more than find a hammock and settle in. For those wishing for a little recreation and excitement, however, the Maldives also offers an array of activities to keep mind and body stimulated. Being an island nation, watersports is the predominant leisure outlet available. Many resorts only allow low-key watersports to protect the fragile environment, these include: kayaking, canoeing, catamaran sailing, windsurfing and paddleboarding. Keen snorkelers should also look out for resorts that boast a house reef for easy aquatic exploration right on your doorstep. Motorised watersports are also available at many resorts though, such as: jetskiing, wakeboarding, kitesurfing, banana boats and Seabob underwater jetskiing.

Diving is also a major attraction for visitors as the Maldives is home to some of the most diverse and vibrant marine life in the world, most resorts therefore have a PADI-certified dive centre. Keen fishers may also have the opportunity to be taken on big game fishing excursions, depending on their resort. The abundance of water activities however does not mean that the Maldives are devoid of culture, or that this culture is inaccessible to guests visiting resort islands. Many resorts offer excursions to local islands where handicrafts are sold and guests may take the opportunity to peruse and soak in the local Maldivian flavour.
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