Anyway I’m here and I want to tell you about this earthly paradise.
I heard many people saying that they would not stay in a place like this for more than a week (after this time they find it boring), actually, I would love to live here for a while (a couple of years?).
It’s wonderful to have a bath in a crystalline water and then rest under the palms on this little piece of earth in the middle of the Indian Ocean… far from everything…
There are a few things I’ll never forget of this experience, all the shades of turquoise, underwater life and my enthusiasm for swimming with sharks.
At the bottom of this article, you can find some of useful informations abaout this destination.
Bye bye Maldives, hope to be back soon.
– remember to don’t touch the coral reef fishes and other animals
– the best period for visiting Maldives is november-april
– use high protection suntan cream
– leave heels and formal clothes at home (actually you won’t need even the shoes)
– if you want to keep in touch with your friend, buy a local mobile sim (I was spending 8$ for 40 minutes call to Italy)
– topless is forbidden (respect the religion, customs and traditions of Maldivians)
– don’t take away shells, corals and other forms of life (it’s punishable by law)
– take a waterproof camera (test if it works before you leave, I didn’t and I have only few focused pics)
– don’t forget fins, snorkel or diving equipment