The Maldives has a long and proud history, from its formation by prehistoric volcanoes millions of years ago, to the vibrant communities and luxury resorts found there today. 2021 would be a hopeful year for the Maldives as tourism is booming again.
It is the opinion of many a holidaymaker who visits the Maldives every year, and the opinion of many a young Maldivian themselves, that the tourist industry has always been here, and has always flourished under golden sunshine.
Tourism in the Maldives is starting to increase in the wake of the global coronavirus lockdown and many travellers are once again setting out in search of paradise. The island nation is getting with more and more travellers flocking back to its pristine shores.
After gradual reopening of most resorts, precautions are being implemented to protect both locals and tourists. Guesthouses has just started hosting guests again from yesterday. Here are actions should to be taken before and during the stay in Maldives.
Maldives consists of 26 natural atolls. Today, Addu Atoll, the southernmost atoll in the Maldives, is a mix of sleepy villages and untouched islands. But in 1941, it became one of the British Armed Force’s most important strategic outposts.
In the two weeks spent in Keyodhoo, two excursions to the deserted island of Bodumohoraa, located in the southern part of the Vaavu Atoll, could not be missed.
During our holiday in Keyodhoo, at the Guest House Maakanaa White Lodge, we could make several excursions, since our stay at this guest house lasted two weeks.
Anbaraa is a little desert island and it’s situated about an hour by boat from Keyodhoo, to the south-west, on the west side of the Vaavu Atoll. It’s consider
Hulhidhoo is a small island close to Keyodhoo, about a quarter of an hour sailing with a dhoni, and it is a nice, beautiful deserted island in Vaavu Atoll.