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Maldives Holidays | Luxury Sailing | Weddings & Honeymoons
Maldives Holidays | Luxury Sailing | Weddings & Honeymoons

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The islands of the Maldives are scattered across the ocean, perhaps the best way to explore this unique archipelago is on a Cruise Boat.
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Peace, quiet, privacy, seclusion – sometimes to appreciate all those qualities you need to step away from the norm - to find somewhere that is more than just a destination, somewhere that reflects the sense of the place where local traditions and an interaction with the environment add to the understanding of where you are and why you are there.
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Straddling the Equator, washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, The Maldives is surely everyone's idea of an idyllic tropical retreat. With it's closest neighbors, India and Sri Lanka to the east, the Maldivian archipelago has 1,190 small and low lying coral islands strung over 90,000 square kilometers of tropical sea offering an astounding variety of attractions that is unparalleled elsewhere.
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Something handy for the incoming holidays... Lonely Planet's guide to hangover cures around the world. Suggestions welcome!

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A retreat experience can evoke different expectations; but whether you are looking for a spa experience or want to take away a new skill or gain a better understanding of a place, our secluded resorts offer the opportunity to relax and unwind.
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Six Senses Laamu, Maldives
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If you think palm trees and sand is all that a beach can offer, think again. Check out our selection of the world's most unusual beaches.

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Pulling in Nets, India Strength in numbers enables villagers to pull in nets on the west coast of India, where people have “all things different from ours,” wrote Marco Polo. Eluding pirates and cannibals, the great traveler, homeward bound, uncovered both the material and the spiritual riches of South Asia.
Photograph by Michael Yamashita
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