Ninety-nine percent of the Maldives is made up of sea. The people of the islands are widely dispersed across the atolls, with about 200 inhabited islands.
About 90 islands are developed as tourist resort and the rest are uninhabited or used for agriculture and other livelihood purposes. Deep blue seas, turquoise reefs, white sandy beaches and palm trees. It is a place full of character, where its people have long spent their days languishing in the very essence of idyll living.
While it is the perfect place to sit on a beach and watch a sunset with a cocktail balanced on your hand, it is also a geographical marvel, knowing that there are thousands of fish swimming around the vivid corals just a few feet away from where you sit. The weather in the Maldives is usually picture perfect: sunlit days, breezy nights, balmy mornings, and iridescent sunsets.