Explore Honeymoon in Indian Ocean Hidden away in the Indian Ocean These dream like islands are like Paradise The worlds most dreamed honeymoon destination, turquoise sparkling waters and pristine white beaches envelop this dream like collection of idyllic islands and exclusive resorts. Each of the islands or mainland resorts have a unique character and charm reflecting the heritage of each region. A collection of idyllic islands dotted within the Indian Ocean with pristine beaches. The Maldives are located southwest of Sri Lanka, on the equator. There are 1,190 coral islands, forming an archipelago of 26 major atolls, 202 islands are inhabited, 100 are exclusive luxury island resorts. Many of these islands offer a serene paradise, making it a perfect destination for a honeymoon. This part of the world is simply paradise. The Maldives is a desert-island dream where tiny islands are scattered like jewels across the ocean, each surrounded by a turquoise lagoon and diamond white sands. The perfect honeymoon and diving location, you’ll find resorts that exude romance and have a choice of luxurious villas, from retreats with a private stretch of beach to over-water hideaways with their own private infinity pool. Turquoise lagoons, white sandy beaches and over-water villas are dotted throughout the dreamlike honeymoon destination, known as the Maldives. Island resorts offer honeymooners total relaxation and privacy. The Maldives is one of the most romantic locations in the world. Photo by Asad in Maldives with Jessica and Randal Honeymoon in Maldives #VisitMaldives #Travel #honeymoon #Paradise #Indianocean #Asia

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