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The Maldives! By: Gabbie Silva 6D
Transcript of The Maldives! By: Gabbie Silva 6D
Today I will be sharing with you the top five places to go see at the Maldives and some fun facts.
1) Bluetribe Moofushi
2) Sun Island resort and spa
3) Alimatha Island
4) Manta Point
5) National Museum
By Gabbie Silva
At the Sun Island resort you can go jet-skiing,canoeing,and windsurfing on the sapphire lagoon.The hotel has different lengths and depths depending on how many people are staying at the hotel.
Alimatha Island Resort is located in Felidhe, an area famous for its fish life and Scuba Diving. A paradise dream in real life, with more than 1 km of white beaches and aquamarine lagoons.
Alimatha is located on the eastern reef of the Felidhe, 40 miles north of the international Airport "Hulhule"
Sun Island Resort and Spa
The Bluetribe Moofushi is a place where you should go if you want to explore the underwater world in the Maldives.They have many trainers who would train you in scuba diving so that you can enjoy this beautiful sport.If you are already a pro at diving you can just head there to get your gears and take a dive in the ocean.
The National museum in the Maldives is one of the main tourist attractions. It is Located in the Sultan Park, which was a part of the Sultan's palace. The museum has a valuable collection of objects of the past history and rich culture background of the country.
The Manta Point is located on the inside of Faru,in a lagoon that reaches between 8 and 12 meters of depth.You can also be able to spot the mantas during your dive,as well from the surface.
Language: Maldivian and English
The Maldives is the lowest country in the world
99% of the Maldives is water
The Maldives was the first county to have a secret underwater cabinet in 2009
In the Maldives their weekend starts on Friday and ends on Saturday.
The Underwater Cabinet