With an average height above sea level of just one to three meters, Maldives is one of the lowest countries on the planet. The islands have long been a welcome sight on the horizon among mariners, positioned as they are along ancient trade routes and sea-lanes. Cultural diversity can be seen in everything here right from music to yachts building. Music is frequently played with a local bodu-beru, or a big drum, that has a strong resemblance to African drumming. The Maldivian Dhoni, a sailboat built locally by skilled craftsmen is strikingly similar to a dhow, the traditional Arabian sailing vessel.
Maldives has always been a favorite destination for honeymooners as well as sailors. You can snorkel around the reefs here as you spot the manta rays, turtles whilst sharks swim by. On a charter yacht you can can engage in the national sport: fishing. There are several lesser known shores in the Maldives which can only be explored by yachts.
Experience Under water Dinning at Kihavah
Dive and snorkel around the Kuramathi Islands very close to Kaadedhdhoo
Experience the bio-luminescent waves at the Vaadhoo Island
Mulee Point and Veyvah Point are a must-visit for anyone visiting Maldives