The Maldives forms an archipelago of 26 natural atolls comprising 198 inhabited and 991 uninhabited islands stretching over 820 kilometers north to south and 120 kilometers east to west. The islands are small and low-lying with neither rivers nor mountains. That being said, its plain geographical features appear like bubbles on the ocean horizon.
Each island perpetually covered with fine pristine white sand. Each with a shallow lagoon, a harem for another mystical life beneath the water surface, surrounded by reefs of coral that danced under the warmth of the sun’s embrace, and glowing with perfection as it plunges into an infinite abyss. Even for poor swimmers, the lure of the calm waters becomes irresistible to behold.
The island resorts do not offer the artificial razzle-dazzle of Mediterranean beach strips. The theme is holiday, pure and simple. For the visitor, everything is easy and stress-free. Even if you do not want to laze in the tropical sun on a white beach, snorkel in clear blue lagoons, dive to discover fascinating reefs, go big-game fishing, wake-boarding, surfing or windsurfing, be marooned on a real desert island surrounded by candle-light or sip exotic cocktails before an epicure of quality dinner.