Best Photo Location At The Maldives.

If Maldives was a movie It would be a classic adventurous story of a magical journey into wander land a never-ending story of fantasy, history and adventure. Maldives gives you a feeling that never fades no matter how many times you have visit.

Right from the mesmerizing glimpse of the atolls from the plane, to it’s brilliant turquoise ovals set against the deeper blue around it. Maldives brings unforgettable memories and it keeps drawing you into a magical experience. As you step into what looks like a desert island, taking your shoes off, not to be worn again until you leave.

Your toes begin to sink into impossibly white, icing sugar sand. The incredible range of blues stretching as far as your eyes can see. And those first steps into the crystal-clear water envelops you like a warm bath.

Then you’ll notice tiny, brightly colored fish flit through the water, or a baby shark practicing his swimming in the shallows, and you think, this must really be the most beautiful place on the planet.

These and so many other reason is why it is clear to see this island as one of the most desired bucket-list destinations for a holiday.

To help you capture the most awe-inspiring pictures we’re sharing some of our favorite photo worthy spots in the magical Maldives

Experience life under the sea with the world’s largest all-glass underwater restaurant

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This restaurant sits 5.8 meters under the ocean, below Hurawalhi Maldives. To gain access to it, Dinners would have to walk across a pier towards the resort’s over-water Aquarium Restaurant and head down a separate path to a long, winding staircase.

It is a place where people can sit and have a whole theater of things going on, Not only with the fish outside, but also on the plate as well. You can call it a multi experience extravaganza.

The Lovely Swing Hanging from a Coconut Tree at Kagi Maldives Spa Island

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There is a folklore about the coconut trees on the Maldives island it is said that very, very long ago the first people who came to the Maldives couldn’t survive on the islands because there were no coconut palms and no coconuts. The coconut palm is a marvelous tree.

Food, drink, shelter, utensils, wood for boatbuilding, firewood, medicines, toys for children, whistles, baskets, cooking oil, lighting oil, hair oil, brooms, rope and shade – these are just a few among other benefits that can be got from the wonderful coconut tree and its fruit.

The very first men and women on the Maldives Islands found it so difficult to live without those essential things that they died in great numbers. Their short lives were harsh and there were deaths on every island and in every family.

Among these first Maldivians, there was a great fandita man (sorcerer), whose name has been lost. He was full of anguish seeing that too many islanders were dying every day around him.

Fearing that the islands would become depopulated, this great man determined to do something to save the helpless islanders. After much searching in his books, he prepared a secret magic mixture. Then he went to the graveyards and, before burial, he put a bit of that mixture in the mouth of every dead man, woman and child.

During the following weeks the deaths continued unabated. But before long, out of the mouth of every buried skull a green shoot came out that grew into a young coconut palm.

As time went by the trees began to develop. Some were big, others small, some fairer and others darker, depending on the colour and size of the corpse from which they had originated. In this manner the Maldive islands was soon covered with coconut trees.

The Ocean Pool Villas at Hurawalhi Island Resort

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If all you want to achieve is to let others know you are having the time of your life. Then The Ocean Pool Villas at Hurawalhi Island Resort is all you need on your feed foe the conviction. It has one of the best views in Maldives and spectacular photo opportunities.

The Walkways Connecting the Overwater Villas at Komandoo Island Resort & Spa

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Nothing tells a better story of your experience like taking a long stroll down the wooden walkway connecting the overwaters villa at Komandoo island and spa with your girlfriends or your significant other. 

The Blue Lagoon at Innahura Maldives Resort

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If all you just want to do is to fill your Instagram feed with magical blues, then go no further than paradise of Innahura Maldives Resort

Kalabash

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