Have you ever considered to live a paradisiac holiday? Well Maldives are for sure the answer. A lot of people think that Maldives are extremely expensive and thus suitable for once in a lifetime trip. But if one digs a little bit, he will find out that there are a lot of affordable options, that have nothing to envy to costly islands. Once landed in the airport island, you will be guided to your destination either by speedboat, the local wooden boats named Dhoni or by the one of a kind seaplane (airtaxi).
If you are looking for the sunshine, the period with less precipitation probability is between January and March, which is often regarded as the high season. Anyway, the rest of the years is characterized by an average temperature of 30°C. Definitely tropical. Maldives are famous for their white sand beaches, extremely clear waters, palms, and coconut cocktails, but there is much more to this. One of their most valuable treasures is below the surface. Maldives' biodiversity is one of the most diverse and rich in the world, that differently from other destinations is two steps away from your bungalow's doorsteps. Have you ever heard of turtles, anemone fishes and puffer fishes? Well, they will all be your snorkeling and diving companions. In addition to house reef's fishes, for snorkeling and diving lovers that are looking for an amazing experience, there is the possibility of swimming with manta rays and whale sharks. If this is your dream, you should plan it ahead because they are not sedentary animals, they change feeding spot depending on the period of the year and plankton availability. Believe me when I say that the magnificence of the Maldives cannot be captured by any image.
Take in the highlights of beautiful Hangzhou on a private full-day tour from Shanghai. After hotel pickup and transfer by high-speed train to Hangzhou, your private guide takes you to visit city attractions, such as West Lake, Faxi temple. Moreover, enjoy a tasty lunch at a local restaurant before heading to Longjing tea plantation .
Todaiji Temple with the giant Buddha statue, pet the deers in the park, Kasuga Taisha Shrine and its thousand lanterns, visit the Kikuichi traditional Japanese knife shop. With a guide who will keep you safe and will show you the city in a very unique way, welcome to Nara.