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4 Astounding Destinations You Must Visit In Maldives

The heavenly country of Maldives is perfect for spending the sizzling warm brought by the sun during summer. Although it is quite expensive, I am 100 percent sure that your vacation will be worth it and satisfying. The islands might be small, unlike the others, but you can see here the most beautiful things around it, such as earthy sea shacks, powdered beaches, and fishing hamlets. Most of the tourists never miss the chance to take the throbbing city of Male, which is loaded with exquisite mosques and spice-scented markets. If you want to include the Maldives as part of your around-them-world travel story, then try to check the lists of destinations that you should visit in the Maldives.

Hulhumale Island

Hulhumale Island lies across the scintillating waters from the stunning capital of Male. This fastest growing land is mended as to house the sprawling metropolitan tendrils of the city. The ravishing Velana International Airport is also located here, which serves as the primary gateway to the blissful islands. You can find all of the more beautiful things from it – a glass-topped mosque, dazzling beach on its eastern haunch.


The incredible site of Utheemu (northernmost of all the Maldivian island series) possesses a particular spot in the history of the archipelago empire. If you are thinking about how did it happen, it is because it once became the hometown of the revered Sultan Mohamed Thakurufaanu – the leader who guides the battle about driving out the Portuguese invaders during the late 16th century. You can find the typical white-sand beaches here, but these heritage sites are a must-see.


Maradhoo is located at the seaside causeway, which runs preceding the coral-fringed banks of the Seenu Atoll. It is liked a fantastic finger fringed into the Indian Ocean with vibrant grooves comes from the coconut palms. The residents in this dramatic spot are kind-hearted, and hospital plus, the cuisine that they are offering are flavorful (comes with spicy kinds of seafood). Don’t miss the opportunity to visit here while staying at the Maldives.


Self-proclaiming as the jewel of the beauteous Lhaviyani Atoll, Kuredu is home to the central-north influences of the Maldivian archipelago. This region is somehow unique due to its boomerang shape, which is entirely incorporated by a single beautiful resort. It provides rustic bamboo huts and rows of those omnipresent over-water bungalows with verandahs preceding the waves. Kuredu is also well-known as the most advanced snorkeling and SCUBA destination. Better to grab your photo capturing devices and treasure all of the scenic backdrops you will encounter here. Continue

World’s Most Fascinating Locations

Some tourist spots in our world are strange and weird due to its physical appearance; however, these places are too beautiful that makes them unique and attractive to our eyes. Here are the example places to prove it:

1. The Nasca Lines, Peru

One of South America’s greatest mysteries is the animal figures and geometric shapes etched by the ancient Nasca into Peru’s barren Pampa de San José. These forms are only visible when you are in the air or from the metal viewing tower beside the highway. Some of the unexplained shapes are up to 200m in length; each of them executed in a continuous line. Some conspiracies said that aliens make these lines, shapes, and figures. However, no evidence discovered, so it is still a mystery for the people how and why it had been drawn.

2. Socotra Island, Yemen

Most of the plants in this island grow very weird, and it seems like you are in a sci-film movie while entering this area. It was now separated from mainland Africa more than six million years ago. Socotra’s incredible and unique biodiversity means that there are plants and trees here not found anywhere else in the world. Two examples are the twisted dragon’s blood tree and the bulbous bottle tree which are very different from a typical tree we see.

3. Red Beach, Panjin, China

It is nice to see and get to a beach with a crystal clear and blue or somehow blue-green water but seeing a red sea is uncommon. This beach is covered in a type of seaweed called Sueda, which turns bright red in autumn. The wetlands are also a famous nature reserve for migrating birds.

4. Plain of Jars, Laos

According to theory, these large cylindrical jars were made for ancient funeral ceremonies though local legend says that the giants use these to brew rice wine. When you plan to visit this place, it is undoubtedly amazing and perfect to get photographs.

5. Goblin Valley State Park, Utah, USA

The park tends to appear like in mars but is an uninhabited valley 216 miles southeast of Salt Lake City in Utah. Bizzare formations are due to the soft sandstone that has been eroded by wind and water for many years to form strange pinnacles or hoodoos that some think resemble goblins. You might believe that humans made this kind of structure, but the real thing is that it is built naturally.