The Maldives comprises some 1192 tiny islands, some only a couple of kilometres across or only higher than a few metres above sea level.
Maldivians are traditionally fishing and trading people and have been able to maintain their independence over the years.
There are two seasons in the Maldives - the northeast monsoon (or iruvai) from December to March, which are the drier months, and the southwest monsoon (or hulhangu) from May to November, which are the wetter months. Although there are the two seasons temperatures range from 30 degrees C to 31 degrees C throughout the year.
You can be as active as you want with diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, surfing, game fishing, or ...Read More