Maldives is an ideal place to visit for holidays with your family. The country offers excellent weather condition throughout the year. You will love the wide sandy beaches and you will have a smooth entry to the sea.
You will find plenty of large 4 and 5-star hotels with excellent amenities including clubs for children. You can leave your children above 4 years old where you will get a nanny or animators for them. There will be a service charge that will usually be included in your price. For younger children babysitting services are also available by paying an additional cost.
Maldives is also a popular destination for honeymooners and by taking the help of Zeldiva Travels you can visit Waldorf Astoria Maldives water villa. However, just knowing about the few best places for visiting in Maldives will not be enough.
While traveling with your children, you must know what to eat, various health tips, what type of clothes you must carry, etc. The following are a few things that you can do while you visit the island.
- Outdoor cinema
- Beachside dining
- Whale submarine
Places to Visit with Kids in Maldives
The following are few places where you can visit with your family and children.
- Ithaa underwater restaurant
Who will not like to dine and sleep under the ocean, and that too without getting wet? Thankfully, Ithaa underwater restaurant has constructed a glass restaurant under the sea, which is a very unique concept.
While dining under the glass roof it will offer a feel as if you are inside an aquarium, and fishes will be on the outside.
- National museum
You can also visit the National Museum, where you can get small, but complete historical documentation of Maldives. Chinese have given to the Maldives as a gift and it has been opened for the public on 11th November 1952.
Each display in this museum has a certain glorious story and walking through the various halls of the building will surely leave your child enlightened about the history of the Maldives.
- Artificial beach, Malé
Though you can find towering buildings, crowded streets, modern infrastructure, wide roads, and plenty of exotic restaurants, however, this island actually lacked white sandy beaches. Therefore, an artificial beach was built which is very similar to any all-natural beach. You can engage yourself in many different activities and water sports.
- Bioluminescent plankton beach
You can also visit Vaadhoo Island Beach for stargazing at this lovely beach at night time. By looking at the neon blue waters, you can get an amazing picture. Such a kind of wonder of nature can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
- Tsunami monument
By looking at the Tsunami Monument, you will feel as if you are looking at a small-sized steel beanstalk that is touching the completely blue sky above. This grand edifice memorializes those 82 victims who died due to the catastrophic Tsunami that took place on the Boxing Day of 2004.