Paradise Island Resort – A Photo Essay

I could go on and on about Maldives & never get tired of it. Here i am with another photo essay dedicated to this beautiful island nation that got me mesmerized.

From the moment i stepped into Maldives i was head over heels in love with this island nation. It is known to be the smallest Asian country with 1192 coral islands grouped in a chain of 26 atolls, out of which 185 islands are home to its inhabitants while the rest are used for tourism. When a hotel staff told me this i was shocked, my reaction was “one resort is one island?” It is also the lowest country in the world but the most beautiful one.

With captivating ocean views of Indian ocean, deep blue lagoons, white sandy beaches and first class accommodation, Maldives is surely an unforgettable experience. This post is a photo essay of our journey in this island.

The dock outside the Airport..from where a speedboat takes you to the resort

The dock outside the Airport..from where a speedboat takes you to the resort

Some resorts have Sea plane service to ferry their customers to the hotels.

Our resort from the speed boat.

Our resort from the speed boat.

We stayed at Lankanfinolhu island , which is in North Male atoll . Our resort was called the Paradise Island Resort and it was the best choice we ever made.

I loved spending time by the poolside.

I loved spending my time by the poolside.

Our over water villas with steps down to the crystal clear water.

Our over water villas with steps down to the crystal clear water.

View of water villas from the beach villa.

View of water villas from the beach villa.

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I spotted so many of these outside my room.

It was a soothing experience relaxing  just a few feet above the Indian ocean, watching the sky merging with the blue water.

The sit-out outside our room.

The sit-out outside our room.

This was my favourite place.

This was my favourite place.

And his too 😉

With beach just a few steps away, fishes all around you, crystal clear water where you can see your reflection and ocean right outside your room but yet so private, we certainly did feel we were in paradise.

Our Resort

Our Resort

The never ending beachside.

The never ending beachside.

I could never get enough of  Maldives and i definitely want to go back again , maybe to another island , another paradise.

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