The Maldives is one of the best places in the world to see marine life because it is home to many diverse marine animals, whether those that live on the surface of the water or in the depths, for example, Ari Atoll, which is located in the south of the Maldives, is famous for its many Whale sharks and dolphins, which makes it a great place to enjoy watching and discovering these creatures up close.
The island of Mali (in English: Male Atoll) located on the northern side of the Maldives group is famous for a large spread of manta rays, and as for Rasdhoo Atoll, it is famous for being one of the very few places in the world that contain Hammerhead shark, and in addition to the above, the Maldives is also distinguished by its presence of endangered sea turtles, as well as many colorful fish and others.
The shimmering beaches
The Maldives is one of the rare places in the world that is characterized by the phenomenon of shimmering beaches at night, because it contains phytoplankton with a biological composition that causes glow and magical natural lighting for beach water throughout the year, as the sea waves appear on the beaches like a mirror that reflects the light of the stars of the shimmering sky, Therefore, the Maldives is a unique destination and an unforgettable experience to enjoy this phenomenon, especially at certain times.
The Nature of the Flat Earth
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the Maldives is the lowest level and lowest country in the world, with the highest elevation above sea level being approximately 2.4 meters.
Some of the strict laws for which the Maldives is famous
Among the strict laws that the Maldives is famous for are the following:
Preventing alcohol carrying in the country: The Maldives is a country with an overwhelming majority of Muslims, so the traveler is prohibited from bringing alcohol with him into the country, otherwise he may be exposed to alcohol confiscation from him or a requirement to pay a financial fine due to his breach of the state’s norms that prohibit alcohol in it.
Preventing damage to the environment: The ecosystem in the Maldives is characterized by being fragile in general, so many island resorts resort to continuously implementing environmentally friendly initiatives with the aim of preserving the environment from exposure to damage, and among these initiatives are: preserving coral, reducing the use of plastic materials, Preserving water, in addition to that, there are strict laws that prohibit taking shells, sand, and coral, but rather leaving them in their original habitat to preserve the natural, charming image of the beaches.
Preventing the use of drones for filming in many resorts: Visitors to the Maldives have a desire to photograph the picturesque natural beauty that combines pure white beaches and luscious blue waters, but many island resorts prohibit the use of drones designated for unmanned photography in order to preserve the privacy of individuals. It should be noted that their use may lead to violations of laws and thus exposure to legal accountability
The conservative culture for which the Maldives is famous
The Maldives is a place visited by tourists from all over the world, and it is worth noting that in the case of residing in the local islands, it is necessary to observe adherence to their laws and not to offend the local residents, by wearing modest clothes, especially when passing by homes or moving in the capital, Mali, and it is worth noting that The Maldives contains many resorts that can be wandered in swimwear, but if you want to walk on the beach, you must first verify that these beaches are for swimwear or not.