Top 6 Most Beautiful Beaches in Maldives

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  1. The Mudhdhoo Beach on minuscule Mudhdhoo Island may be small, but it certainly deserves to be protected by Unesco as part of the Baa Atoll's biosphere reserve. The island's halo reef, which is home to clownfish, stingrays, and spectacular reef sharks, can be seen from its snow-covered shoreline.

    There is a special type of phytoplankton and numerous rare species of algae in Mudhdhoo's coastal waters that can carry out photosynthesis. When they come across a barrier, they usually emit a glow; similarly, microbes warn one other when a predator is approaching. Couples in love who visit one of the Maldivian islands' most romantic islands will be able to diversify their trip by walking along a unique shimmering seashore.

    The charming Mudhdhoo Beach is able of surprising even the most seasoned and picky travelers. The beach is stunning during the day, but its true beauty is seen only after night arrives. Millions of shellfish reside in the beach's shoal. They generate a blue flicker in the dark. They transform the beach into a night sky speckled with dispersed dazzling stars. You can keep watching this fascinating mystery till the sun comes up. Evening walks on the beach don't get much more romantic than this. The beach, which is adjacent to the premium Dusit Thani Maldives resort hotel, has become a world-renowned destination.

    Location: the Baa Atoll, Maldives

  2. This stunningly beautiful island - Cocoa Island, also known as Makunufushi, is a quick boat journey from Malé's city. It's a little more than 100 steps wide and no more than a soccer field, and it's home to uber-luxe. One of the Maldives' first luxury resorts, Como Cocoa.

    Its wrap-around beach looks precisely like the images, but the shifting sands of its 2625ft (800m) sandbar are what really catch the eye. Not a bad spot to spread out a blanket and eat a papaya dish. It only takes around ten minutes to walk from one side of the island to the other. The island's two reefs are home to eagle rays, playful blacktip sharks, and squid. The beach's nice slope seems to be limitless, and the quiet waves appear to be licking the white, powdery sand. COMO Cocoa Island is essentially only tens of meters of soft shallows that allow you to wade from one end of the atoll to the other.

    Coral reefs are easily accessible and teeming with tropical wildlife. Hundreds of fish of various colors and patterns, as well as huge turtles and small reef sharks (harmless to people), can all be found here. Vadhoo Channel, one of the top dive locations in the world, is only a ten-minute boat trip away.

    Location: the Maldives' South Malé atoll
  3. You can get to Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru in 25 minutes by speedboat from Velana International Airport. Vabbinfaru's velvety sand, almost a complete circle, frames the entire coastline, with the best of the beach on the western side, which fades into the largest part of the island's huge lagoon. Begin your day with some seaside yoga, and then explore Vabbinfaru's marine life: A fantastic coral reef that provides some of the best snorkeling within easy reach of the Maldivian capital. There is plenty of pufferfish, turtles, and tiny sharks.

    The tourists can snorkel along the island's extensive coral reef with angelfish, butterflyfish, parrotfish, pufferfish, turtles, and tiny sharks is beautiful. You can also participate in marine conservation activities at the resort, such as coral planting and reef cleaning, which are led by the resort's resident marine biologist. Boating, canoeing, wakeboarding, waterskiing, windsurfing, catamaran sailing, and island trips are among the other sports available. Back on dry land, you can go fishing or observe the stingray feeding sessions that take place every day.

    Location: Kaafu Atoll, North Male Atoll, Maldives
  4. Long Beach on the javelin-shaped Dhigurah Island in the South Ari Atoll is as popular with residents as it is with nature-loving tourists. Take a seat at one of its picnic tables and spend the day doing nothing, or go on a tour to view the whale sharks - it's the greatest site in the Maldives to watch them.

    A massive lagoon protects the west side of the island and is one of the more consistent spots to see manta rays in this area, especially during the southwest monsoon. The name of the island can be immediately translated into 'Long Island' in the native language, Dhivehi, and it has the atoll's longest beach as a result. Its surrounding seas are well-known for being a whale shark haven.

    The beach's bottom is sandy and suitable for swimming and perfect for children. A route through the woods extends along the southern side of the beach. The entire journey is around 3 kilometers long. The island concludes with a large sandbank leading to the nearby island of LUX South Ari.

    You can grab your snorkeling gear and head into the neighboring lagoon, which is a haven for sea turtles. If you want to see them up close, the island has its own dive center, and neighboring cafes and stores provide an ambiance reminiscent of a vibrant Thai island. The locations are exceedingly attractive, and very few people visit them. The greatest amount of privacy will be granted.

    Location: South Ari Atoll, Maldives
  5. If you are at the Seaside Finolhu, try enjoying the water by using the wind's power or your own. Kayaking, stand-up paddling, windsurfing, or catamaran sailing - whether wild or relaxed, wet or dry. It's recommended for the tourists to visit Water Sports Center in Palm Beach located directly across from the Milk Bar and is open every day from 9 a.m. to 18 p.m. By the way, all non-motorized water sports equipment is free of charge.

    The Finolhu resort is located across four islets in the Baa Atoll Unesco Biosphere, with 1.25 miles (2km) of pristine beach and an amazing 1.1-mile (1.8km) sandbank - the longest of any Maldivian island resort. While the resort is comfortably classified as "ultra-luxe," it is also eccentric, with VW campers parked on the beach and antiquated phones for ordering Champagne. In terms of water, the local osmosis facility converts seawater into drinkable water, so there's no need for a plastic bottle.

    Location: Finolhu, Kanufushi Island Baa Atoll, Maldives
  6. The dreamy, wild, and far from crowded features of this Northern Atoll will entice travelers seeking desert island privacy. Only a few loungers beneath bamboo umbrellas are available on the beach. You may wave at the local fisherman, who reside in a little village to the east, as they bring in the night's catch from there.

    Fulhadhoo is ideal for anyone seeking tranquil repose and joy in nature. The island will also appeal to families with children because one of its lagoons forms a tiny natural pool with shallow water that is as warm as the air that surrounds it. Despite the fact that Fulhadhoo is part of the Baa atoll's administrative area, it is geographically isolated from the majority of other inhabited islands, as well as from active marine and tourism routes. This implies that the ocean near Fulhadhoo island is teeming with coral reefs, and hundreds of equatorial fish congregate here, while dolphins and turtles are unafraid of humans.

    This is an ideal location for folks who enjoy snorkeling and freediving. More than fifteen deserted islets surround Fulhadhoo, delighting visitors with sandbanks where they can swim and relax away from civilization. A speedboat takes two hours to get there from Male. There is a medical center on the island, as well as some rural stores.

    Location: Southern Maalhosmadulhu Atoll, Maldives

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