Maldives Vacation
The Maldives has a wide variety of accommodation for the visitors coming for vacations. There are as many as 80 resorts to choose from, Hotels and Guest Houses in Male', Yachts and Yacht Dhoni's, (a specially converted Maldivian vessel), which are built and designed to accommodate visitors. Its a hevenly experience to stay in the island resorts. Built on an uninhabited island, each island is just one hotel, exclusively maintained in immaculate form and serviced for only a limited number of guests. The untouched white beaches are perfect for relaxation and a healthy tan under the sun. Crowned by majestic coconut palms which distinguishes the island Maldives, the vegetation on all islands is quite similar, rings of tropical vegetation adapting to a variety of environments, salt resistant and hardy varieties close to the beach line giving way to shrubs and plants, and more delicate and dense greenery towards the centre.
Along the beach in a typical resort island.The rooms of the resorts are mostly shaded by trees and clear view of the beach, the lagoon and the horizon beyond. All modern conveniences & facilities.Local and continental cuisine is available .

In the evening, when wining and dining under the stars may be the choice for most, there is never enough time to exhaust the wonders of the sea.The reefs around the islands are excellent for diving and snorkeling. Activities such as water skiing and wind surfing are very exciting. Water sports equipment and facilities are available for hire on all resort islands.Lawn tennis, football, volleyball, and indoor games such as billiards, table tennis, darts are usually available free of charge in many of the resort islands.
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