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You will often see photos of Bollywood celebrities holidays in the Maldives. Recently, Shilpa Shetty had shared photos from the Maldives on social media. Earlier, Sonakshi Sinha, Radhika Apte, Kareena Kapoor and her family also went to the Maldives for the holidays. Tell you what is there in Maldives that everyone is crazy here.
1. Visa on Arrival facility
Preferred Destination among the Maldives Indians is also for this reason because Indians here get Visa on Arrival facility. That is, you do not have to take a visa beforehand to go to Maldives. You can get your visa by showing your passport after reaching the Maldives.
2. Beautiful and romantic Maldives
The Maldives is a perfect romantic Dream Island destination that is famous all over the world for the beauty of its beaches. On the beaches of the Maldives, you will get clear and crystal clear sea water. Seeing sunset from here is also very beautiful and exciting
3. Water sports fun
The beaches are very clean where you can enjoy hours sunbathing and swimming. Apart from this, you can also join water sports and many underwater activities in the Maldives.
4. Direct flight
From now on Mumbai and Delhi, the service of direct flight for the Maldives capital Malé has begun. Flats will be operated twice a week for Delhi to Mali, while flights from Mumbai for three times a week will be operated for Mali. Earlier, flights to Delhi and Mumbai stopped at Kochi or Colombo, from where connecting flights were available, it took 1-2 hours.
5. Not much difference in currency
The currency of the Maldives is stronger than the Indian currency but there is not much difference between them. 1 Rufiyaa of Maldives is equal to 5 rupees in India. From this point of view, spending holidays in Maldives is not very expensive.
6. It is also connection
The number of Indians living in the Maldives is 25 thousand and it is the second largest community there. Of the tourists coming to Maldives every year, 6 percent of them belong to Indian tourists. There is also language, culture and religious links between India and Maldives.