WELLNESS RETREATS IN THE MALDIVES

A SUNSHINE ISLAND PARADISE

 

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WELLNESS RETREATS IN THE MALDIVES

A SUNSHINE ISLAND PARADISE

 

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We travel, some of us forever, to seek other places, other lives, other souls

 

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

IS THE MALDIVES DANGEROUS TO VISIT?

The Maldives is a very safe place to visit, most of the time. The excellent infrastructure within the country makes getting round a breeze, with none of the hair-raising journeys on pot-holed roads that you may be used to from traveling in other countries.

As with any destination, there are pickpockets in crowded areas but keeping your possessions close and your common sense to the fore will keep you safe. The country experienced some political instability in 2019 and with it an increase in rallies, protests and a police presence, but such incidents are unlikely to be of danger to tourists visiting the country for a holiday or retreat.

CAN UNMARRIED COUPLES STAY IN THE MALDIVES?

Yes! The island has some restrictive laws but these do not apply in practice to foreigners. So it’s fine to share a room as an unmarried couple, and it’s also no problem for same-sex couples to stay on the islands. As with visiting any foreign nation, it’s always wise to be discreet when it comes to showing signs of affection in public.

DOS & DON'TS IN THE MALDIVES

It’s worth being subtle when it comes to displaying affection, and also in what you wear. Bikinis and swim-shorts are fine round a pool or on the beach, but they’re inadvisable in towns, crowded places and around religious buildings.

Religions other than Islam are tolerated, but for safety’s sake, be discreet. Carrying a Bhagavad Gita, Bible or other non-Islamic text will be fine, but preaching your beliefs may be not.

It may surprise past visitors to the Maldives that alcohol is actually illegal. You’ll likely find it in most resorts and other tourist hotspots and have no trouble consuming it there, but outside of these havens the rules are very different.

Perhaps most important of all is to be aware that taking shells from the coral reefs is strictly illegal. Diving is an activity that many experience due to the beautiful scenery that’s to be found underwater on the islands, but removing a souvenir from this fragile habitat can land you in serious trouble.

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