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Posted by on Mar 28, 2012 | 2 comments

Best Beaches in the Maldives

If you are looking for seriously beautiful beach holidays, the Maldives are the place to go. Found around 430 miles from Sri Lanka, Maldive Islands boast breathtaking beaches that will not disappoint. Whether you are looking for a lovely spot to sunbathe, a thrilling area to scuba dive or the ideal fishing location, Maldives has all of the perfect traits. With soft sand and sparkling blue waters, Maldives is an idyllic place for a holiday. Although all of the beaches in the Maldives are marvellous, below are a few of the best beaches. Browse and book the cheapest holidays now to spend hours soaking up the sun or swimming in the sea.

Cocoa Island Beaches
Found on Cocoa Island, these Maldives beaches are known for being exotic. Ideal for scuba diving, Cocoa Island is close to the Kandooma Channel and the Guraidhoo Channel, where you can witness a wide variety of marine life including turtles. Not only that, you can find luxury in the resort which provides spas and yoga facilities. Whether you are looking for a relaxing vacation spot, a thrilling scuba diving area, or a beach to soak up the seemingly endless ocean views, Cocoa Island beaches are some of the best in the Maldives.

Cocoa Island Beach

Nika Island
Surrounded by a reef and shallow lagoon, Nika Island is full of sun, sand, and sparkling waters. Nika Island is perfect for scuba divers, snorkellers and sun worshippers alike. There is no sea current meaning that snorkellers and swimmers can enjoy a safe environment during the day before sampling Maldivian dishes during the evening. Escape from real world concerns on a fantastic island getaway and you simply won’t want to leave.

Nika Island

Island of Vabbinfaru
A tropical haven, Vabbinfaru offers a sprinkling of villas as well as several romantic beaches. Surrounded by corals with brightly coloured fish, excellent international cuisine, dinners lit by the stars, and a ton of activities, this island certainly does not disappoint. Marine life conservation and research is also based out of Banyan Tree at Vabbinfaru – animal lovers will be in heaven here! For amazing views, fun activities, great food, and a lot of relaxation, Vabbinfaru is the place to go.

Vabbinfaru Island

Have you visited the Maldives? Let me know in the comments section below.

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2 Comments

  1. I already smell the sun on my skin. Summer is almost here. And I want to visit Maldives, walk on the seashore and swim in the blue water of the beach.
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  2. nice blog, i am greatly appreciated, i have just come back froma trip to Maldive, the beach and resort are awesome and i loved it so much, the Vabbin Island was my favourite one, again thank’s

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