Adventures you will cherish – Exhilarating holiday experiences!

Maldives has secured its status as one of the world’s foremost holiday destinations among many a tourist. On your visit to this island paradise, you’ll find the below adventures to keep you occupied!

Snorkelling | Image Credit: <a href="">Angelique800326</a>, <a href="">Snorkel-xel-ha</a>, <a href="" rel="license">CC BY-SA 3.0</a>

Snorkelling | Image Credit: Angelique800326, Snorkel-xel-ha, CC BY-SA 3.0

Paddle away via kayak

When it comes to one of the best ways to explore Maldives, kayaking is recommended. It enables you to discover the wonders of nature at your own whim. If you ride a canoe or a kayak with a transparent bottom, you’ll be able to spot the fascinating marine life below. The best time to enjoy this thrilling watersport is from April to October.


The clear and spotless waters of the surrounding islands in Maldives makes it a delightful setting to go on snorkelling. There are plenty of breathtaking sea creatures that will certainly arouse the interest of snorkellers. As you enjoy these interesting activities in Maldives, a choice of accommodation that you could consider would be Adaaran Prestige Vadoo which is one of the Maldives 5 star hotels ideal for some snorkelling adventures.

Catamaran Safari

This is one of the enjoyable water sports adventures that you can experience while holidaying in Maldives. During the safari, you will witness the spectacular blue waters around the ocean, adorable dolphins and the clear infinity sky above. When it comes to the best water sports in Maldives, catamaran sailing is enjoyed by many tourists due to its journey filled with excitement.

Jet Ski

Gather unforgettable memories while spinning around the blue turquoise waters by a water scooter. This activity allows the tourists to view Maldives from a different perspective.

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Beginners guide to windsurfing – getting to know you gear


Windsurfing | Photo via Pixabay | CC0 Public Domain

With its clear water, agreeable wind conditions, and lagoons which surround many of the coral islands, the Maldives has earned itself a name as a windsurfing hot spot. The sport has slowly grown over the years to become a much loved Maldives tourism attractions, with several resorts ideally situated, such as the Adaaran Prestige Vadoo, for instance, to provide ample conditions for guests interested in trying windsurfing. The best time to try windsurfing is during the wet season, between May to October, when the weather conditions are much windier.

Windsurfing is a combination of sailing and surfing – because of the ability to be pulled at high speeds across a great distance, unless experienced, the activity should never be attempted without an instructor nearby. When the sport first began, windsurfers reached modest speeds, and only close to the shore. Nowadays, with more developed sailboards, windsurfers can reach a speed of up to 40 knots and cover great distances over sea.
A basic sailboard has a board and a sail rig. Steering is done, much like a normal sail, by moving the sail to adjust with the wind. The practice is similar to sailing, in terms of technique. A beginner will start on a large board with a small sail. Once skill with activity increases, the board size can be reduced, while the sail size can vary based on weather conditions. Because windsurfing is more aligned with sailing than surfing, learning to windsurf takes longer than other water sports.
Once mastered, windsurfing has several sub-disciplines to choose from, these include freestyle, big wave and course racing, to name a few. One of the best things about this sport is that it can be enjoyed at any age. As long as you have an experienced instructor to guide you, accidents are rare.

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