10 PLACES TO GO: (UNDERWATER) MALDIVES

Maldives has always been one of the top coastal vacation destinations around the world. One of the top Tour operators in Maldives Crown Tours Maldives also provide you the chance to explore the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean and experience the delights of underwater dining, spa treatments and diving in select Maldivian resorts and spas.

A unique dining experience is provided by the undersea glass restaurant, ‘5.8’ in Hurawalhi Island Resort Maldives. The ‘5.8’ ranks as the world’s largest undersea all-glass restaurant. It is designed especially for intimate conversations and seats no more than eight couples at a time, thus making it an extremely private and special place.

The Ithaa restaurant at Conrad Maldives Rangali Island is the world’s first undersea glass restaurant, situated five meters below the sea, surrounded by a colourful and vibrant coral reef. The restaurant offers a distinctive menu with a blend of local spices and western food, in a six-course dinner and a four-course lunch.

The Subsix Bar and Restaurant at Niyama Private Islands Maldives is situated six meters below the water. The restaurant can be reached by a speedboat and descend down a dramatic three-tiered staircase into the clam-inspired bar for champagne breakfasts, aquatic lunches, gourmet dinners and DJ nights.

The M6M|Minus 6 Meters at OZEN by Atmosphere at Madhoo Maldives is an exclusive underwater restaurant and is one of the best dining experiences at the OZEN. The specialty here is seafood and the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. This restaurant showcases beautiful underwater views while the guests enjoy their exceptionally exotic modern seafood cuisine.

At Huvafen Fushi Maldives, it brings you a surreal spa treatment with the world’s first underwater spa. Sink into relaxation in the underwater spa treatment rooms where angelfish gaze at you as you get massaged and scrubbed with sugar and aromatic body oils. Lose yourself in a multi-day journey of spa treatments such as massages, hydrating wraps, couture facials and underwater dream therapy to rejuvenate yourself.

The Amilla Fushi Maldives is home to the Blue Hole, an underwater biosphere reserve where the guests are allowed to go scuba diving. Underwater photography is very prevalent in this biosphere reserve as a variety of marine life such as whale sharks, manta rays and coral reefs can be seen.

The Hanifaru Bay located at Baa Atoll Maldives is also very famous for their underwater biosphere reserves. During the west monsoon season from May to December, a large amount of plankton gets trapped forming a lagoon in the bay. Professional underwater photographers prefer to take photos here.

Holiday Island Resort & Spa Maldives has been ranked as the world’s leading diving resort in the year 2014 for its clear topaz waters, teeming with varieties of marine life like barracuda, sharks, tuna and corals, and other colourful marine life. Scuba diving and underwater photography are famous activities on this side of the South Ari Atoll.

The Boutique Beach All Inclusive Diving Hotel Maldives is located in the most famous area for whale sharks in Maldives. The British whale sharks are found in this area and can be seen accompanied by trained scuba divers. There is around 215 whale shark in the area out of which only 8 are female.

The Providers Scuba Center at the Kuredu Island Resort & Spa Maldives lets you experience the sapphire blue underwater world around Kuredu. The guests can undergo training in scuba diving and also experience the underwater delights in the area with the guidance of trained instructors.

What better way to enjoy the marine life than to be in the most prestigious destination, Maldives. Book your stay at Crown Tours Maldives and create a lifetime of travel experience!

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