for Guests, Visitors, Travelers’ who want experience the Maldivian culture and the way of Maldivian traditional life, in its true sense ……………………
Although the Maldives is amongst the smallest Asiatic countries, the spectacular scenery filled with miles of white sandy beaches around every island make-up for this. At low tides, you can walk in the shallows all the way into reefs with water that reach only upto your ankles, even find drop-offs that create natural pools in the warm sandy waters.
Where can we find such a place, you may ask? just a short boat ride from your room at a private beach island! Coconut palm trees speckled along the shores of the roughly 1200 island archipelago, every beach of the Maldives is a scenic delight, making the country one of the most fabulous places to be.
Diving and watersports can give you adventure and thrills, but if you’d rather relax, you’ll still be at the perfect place for that. Spend your whole Maldives beach holidays watching vivid sunsets, sun bathing and working on your tan, and learning the “intricate techniques” of the laid back Maldivian lifestyle.
The Maldives is one of the world’s most exclusive holiday destinations but it has quietly opened up to backpackers in the last five years. Most visitors arrive at the country’s Airport island, take a speed boat or seaplane to their expensive coral-fringed private resort and spend the next week relaxing in blissful ignorance of the country around them.
It has been this way for decades, the result of a deliberate policy of keeping, the wealthy holiday makers – mostly westerners and often newly weds – on inhabited islands separate from the local Muslim population.
Resort dominate the mainstream here so finding budget-friendly accommodation in the Maldives is not easy. Yet, you’ve done it! Affordable dream vacations are now an option in the Maldives thanks to guest houses popping up on local, inhabited islands.
Guest houses on inhabited islands provide quality amenities and keep guest satisfaction in mind, by communicating the humble local Maldivians. They offer access to the same beautiful lagoons as island resorts and offer all the modern facilities and comforts, like air conditioning, at a fraction of the cost a resort holiday.