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Paradise Island Holidays

Holidays to Paradise Island

Paradise Island is an island that along with a collection of neighbouring islands makes up the North Male Atoll area of the Maldives.
It is one of the busier resorts in the Maldives with a more modern cosmopolitan feel than many of its neighbours. Whilst many of the islands in North Male Atoll are still rustically unkept, Paradise Island has been carefully landscaped to create beautiful gardens though it works hard not to lose its traditional charm.
Who is Paradise Island suitable for?
Many Maldivian resorts are said to be suited to couples and in particular honeymooners but Paradise Island is known for its child-friendly atmosphere, making it a popular pick for families.
Anyone looking for a relaxing beach break interspersed with water sports and trips to the spa won't be disappointed by a holiday to Paradise Island.
What are the beaches like in Paradise Island?
The wide beaches along the coast of Paradise Island are perfectly soft and the warm water of the Indian Ocean along with the rich vegetation makes the scene positively idyllic.
The shallow waters of the surrounding lagoon are perfect for swimming and ideal for water sports. Visitors can choose from a variety including canoeing, windsurfing and parasailing. The Maldives is known for its fantastic diving and diving on a Paradise Island holiday is hugely popular. Certified centres with qualified instructors offer sessions for people of all levels.
Evenings in Paradise Island
You'll find a variety of dining and drinking options on Paradise Island including both local and international choices. Many of the restaurants are located on the waterfront, making them perfectly placed for a romantic meal. Though a Paradise Island holiday is relatively quiet when the sun sets, if you're looking for a lively evening head to the karaoke bar and sing the night away.

Paradise Island is an island that along with a collection of neighbouring islands makes up the North Male Atoll area of the Maldives.

It is one of the busier resorts in the Maldives with a more modern cosmopolitan feel than many of its neighbours. Whilst many of the islands in North Male Atoll are still rustically unkept, Paradise Island has been carefully landscaped to create beautiful gardens though it works hard not to lose its traditional charm.

Who is Paradise Island suitable for?

Many Maldivian resorts are said to be suited to couples and in particular honeymooners but Paradise Island is known for its child-friendly atmosphere, making it a popular pick for families.

Anyone looking for a relaxing beach break interspersed with water sports and trips to the spa won't be disappointed by a holiday to Paradise Island.

What are the beaches like in Paradise Island?

The wide beaches along the coast of Paradise Island are perfectly soft and the warm water of the Indian Ocean along with the rich vegetation makes the scene positively idyllic.

The shallow waters of the surrounding lagoon are perfect for swimming and ideal for water sports. Visitors can choose from a variety including canoeing, windsurfing and parasailing. The Maldives is known for its fantastic diving and diving on a Paradise Island holiday is hugely popular. Certified centres with qualified instructors offer sessions for people of all levels.

Evenings in Paradise Island

You'll find a variety of dining and drinking options on Paradise Island including both local and international choices. Many of the restaurants are located on the waterfront, making them perfectly placed for a romantic meal. Though a Paradise Island holiday is relatively quiet when the sun sets, if you're looking for a lively evening head to the karaoke bar and sing the night away.

 

 

Paradise Island Facts
Nearest Airport
Male
Currency
Rufiyaa
Language
Dhivehi
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