“The man can only be a guest in this paradise” said the famous explorer Cousteau and he was truly right, for the conservation of nature and tranquility further define one of the most precious places on the Earth: the Maldives.
Maldives is indeed a paradise of incredible beaches of fine, white sand and palm trees swaying gently in the breeze, with turquoise lagoons and coral reefs reservations, home of a splendid mosaic of multicolored fish.
Maldives archipelago is located in the Indian Ocean south of India and Sri Lanka, on both sides of the equator, formed by an impressive collection of over 1,190 islands scattered in the ocean. Only 200 islands are inhabited, and of these about 80 are tourist resorts, each located on one island and having maximum 100 bungalow rooms, making the Maldives a unique destination in the world.
Due to its geographical position, the Maldives is a recommended destination throughout the year due to the fact that temperatures remain relatively constant between 30° -32° C during the day and 22° -24° C at night. Still, the peak season is considered to be the one from December to March when the climate is influenced by the dry northeast monsoon.
World Travel Awards Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony revealed on this Saturday who are the most important regional players of the tourism market in 2016
With a fatuous ceremony in Zanzibar, Tanzania, the Gala is one of the most prestigious tourism events of the year, known worldwide as an exquisite hallmark of excellence.
The Indian Ocean’s Leading Destination goes this year to the Maldives, thus giving the island a recognition not only of the huge number of tourists that it hosts annually, but rather a recognition of the quality offered to every single tourist welcomed on the island.