Hello! Aloe!

It is no joke that Maldives is sunny all year round but this is when it gets a little too warm so you have to be careful not to spend too much time in the sun. Even in the shade it is almost 34 degrees Celsius too warm for clothes and too risky for prolonged exposure. Last year I had a friend from Australia come over and he was literally burnt to a crisp after spending a day on a Sandbank wearing Tanning Oil, the mother of all bad ideas. This is not the time or the place for Tanning Oils this is when you bring out Sun block, Sun Umbrellas and A ... read more

The Sunny Side of Ice

 

Maldives is dreamy all on its own naturally blessed with Sunny skies and warm waters all year round it is a great escape and when you an add an ice skating rink to the mix it becomes a Sunny winter Wonderland. You heard it right! Maldives has opened its first ever ice skating rink and grabbing this honor is the luxurious Jumeirah Vittaveli.

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Sweet Spring! In Sunny Maldives!

Here in the Maldives everything is a little bit smaller than average, from the friendly hobbit sized folk to the tiny islands that measure less than a university campus, so it is not a surprise that our fruits are fun sized too. Allthough our fruits are half the size of what is considered normal believe me when I say they twice as tasty.

In Maldives this time of year is called “Bahaaru Moosun” or Spring. Ripe M ... read more

Under the sea….

The Maldives maybe famous for its beaches, but the fact remains that it is 99 percent salt water. The sea is the first thing you see when you come to the Maldives and the last thing you see when you leave it. Even when you land on the airport it will appear as if you are landing on the water. Turquoise shallow lagoons, and clear blue reefs give way to the deep blue seas. The Aerial view of the Maldives is exquisite but you have seen nothing, till you dive into the crystal clear waters and experienced what lies beneath.

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Winter is coming! I think not!

 

Sophie Turner, best known for her role as Sansa Stark is enjoying some down time in Sunny Maldives. The recently engaged, young actress posted a snap of her on instagram, wearing a black and white striped swimsuit, sipping on a tropical cocktail while sprawled on a white sandy beach. According to Sophie’s post she is vacationing at the ultra-exclusive private island, Coco Privé.

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Robin Thicke with The Summer Lovin’ 1 OAK Finolhu Beach Festival 2017

1 OAK ISLAND AT FINOLHU MALDIVES LAUNCHES SUMMER LOVIN FINOLHU BEACH FESTIVITIES WITH PERFORMANCES BY ROBIN THICKE & MORE

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Glorious Gourmet Experiences at The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi

The Sun Siyam Iru Fushi offers a glorious array of gourmet experiences from around the globe and their newest offering will delight wine connoisseurs and gourmands alike. Flavour’s restaurant overlooking the radiant blue of the Indian Ocean houses The Wine Cellar. Offering 180 degree views of the ocean, this stunning wine cellar has launched its Wine Academy 2015. Created by the creative F&B team the W ... read more

Centara Maldives Stretching the Mind and the Body

Wellness and fitness are becoming more integral dimensions in many people’s lives.  Centara Grand Island Resort & Spa Maldives also believes that they are important parts of the overall holiday experience.  In order to help balance the mind and soul, Centara Grand Maldives has introduced their new award winning and internationally recognised Yoga and Fitness instructor, Dr. Lijoy Raj.

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Aggressive species of fish commonly found in Maldives

Underwater coral gardens and marine lives are one of the main tourist attractions in the Maldives. Most of the tourists are none divers, they discover beauty of the underwater world by snorkeling. What they don’t know is not every fish in the sea are free from harm. In fact some are deadly. You should know which fish are aggressive and how to stay safe while snorkeling. Even the aggressive fish are beautiful and with proper caution you can explore their beauty without putting yourself at risk.

Unlike snorkelers, divers are generally well aware of marine lives as they go throug ... read more

Baros voted as the most romantic resort for the third consecutive year

Baros Maldives has just been officially acclaimed as the Indian Ocean’s Most Romantic Resort 2015 by the World Travel Awards. This is the third consecutive year that this private, locally owned resort island in the Maldives has won the award.

The World Travel Awards was established in  ... read more

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