5 Best Romantic Places to Visit in the Maldives for Honeymoon

August 5, 2021

The Honeymoon is the beginning of a lifetime affair for a married couple. It is a moment full of love and romance. It is very important to spend the beautiful moment at a gorgeous place for maximum enjoyment and pleasure. The Maldives, a paradise of islands, is one of the most beautiful places to visit especially for couples and honeymooners. If you want to take ultimate pleasures then you must visit all-inclusive resorts and check Maldives Honeymoon Package. Below are the best romantic places to visit in the paradise world of Maldives

#1 Banana Reef

Another most fascinating site to visit in the Maldives for honeymooners is the Banana Reef, situated near North Male atoll. The reef is full of dense vegetation of banana plantations around the island. Other, the place is famous for its scuba diving avenues and many other thrilling sports. Why not go into the deepness of crystal-clear water with your partner and fall in love underwater, enjoying the beautiful marine life and species. You can excavate the beautiful water and spend some unforgettable moments with your sweetheart there. All facilities make it one of the best romantic places to visit and hence is a must include in while planning choices for your best honeymoon packages for Maldives.

#2 Jacuzzi Bath

The villas of love and romance are waiting for you and your partner to make beautiful moments there. These villas are becoming a thing now, nothing is better than to enjoy the pleasure of a jacuzzi bath with your partner in the beautiful villa. From your window, you can see various landscapes including the crystal clear saline ocean water, blue sky and enormous flora and fauna. The landscape and location of this resort make it the best place for a honeymoon in the Maldives. Meet the world-class ultra-luxury facilities and at the same time enjoy the indescribable beauty of nature. It is the best romantic place to visit in the Maldives for a honeymoon.

#3 Male city

The male city is an ultra-modern city of the Maldives loaded with world-famous monuments and structures, the city has an international airport which makes it your first and last destination during your honeymoon to the Maldives. The city has a neighbouring artificial island built for managing the increasing population of Male city. The city is full of resorts and villas to stay at night and if you have time you must visit the National Museum of Maldives, Tsunami monument and many other beautiful structures. The white sand of beaches with tall palm leaves makes it the best destination for honeymooners and couples.

#4 Bandaara Kilhi Lake

The largest freshwater reserve in the Maldives, The Bandaara lake is known for its enormous beauty and gorgeous landscape. The lake is surrounded by beautiful vegetation and wildlife especially ferns, banana frees, cheese fruit, screwpine, tropical nuts, mango trees and coconut palm trees. You will find exotic and beautiful species of endangered creatures. The place has a rare bird called "moorhen", the beautiful bird only found in the lake of the Maldives. The beautiful skies, vegetation and crustal class water freshwater lake makes it one of the best romantic sites to visit for a honeymoon. Also, as per Thrillophilia Review, the lake has been ranked as one of the top five places to visit in Maldives

#5 The Grand Friday Mosque

The place of religious interest, The Great Friday Mosque is an architectural monument in Male city. It must be mentioned in your list of honeymoon sites. This is one of the biggest mosques in the Maldives, submitting over 5100 people during the prayer. The mosque rather than a religious place is full of many other apartments including a conference hall, ceremony centre, Islamic library and a series of other offices. The mosque is the centre of attraction for tourists all over the world because of its landscape in Male city and beautiful architecture. The mosque is capped by a golden dome at the top, which also attracts thousands of tourists. The walls of the mosque are decorated with Arabic calligraphy and enormous wood carvings, which make it a famous spot for architecture and art.                   The Maldives is such a beautiful place full of scenarios and beaches where you can visit with your partner but unlike other tourist places you'll see rushed streets and crowdy here so you should plan accordingly and check out the best time to visit in Maldives.


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Carlos Diaz
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