The climate of Maldives, the tropics is evident from its most beautiful side: the temperature between 26 and 31 degrees, the water temperature is at 27 to 29 degrees mind you these are the extreme values in the course of the year. No wonder that the atolls of the Maldives are a paradise for divers and snorkelers. The underwater world is truly exotic – manta rays, whale sharks, dolphins, and sea anemones are only a small selection of the regional aquatic fauna. Also for sailors and surfers there is hardly a better atmosphere for the practice of sport as the atolls of the Maldives. (Not to be confused with Tony Parker!). And there’s plenty of space for all: the land area of all atolls together makes only 1 per cent of the Maldives State of 99 percent is water. “If the name paradise” at all for any region on Earth is appropriate, then for the Maldives.
Clearly, they are a very earthly paradise but: Maldives travel bring also insights into deficits and problem areas. So the press and freedom of expression of the population is limited, the distribution of wealth is very unequal. Some Maldivians have become rich through tourism, the standard of living is low for most of the others. In addition to these political and social Problems the country is under existential threat but from a completely different direction: A rise of in sea levels due to climate change could easily overwhelm the islands which rise mostly barely a metre above the water level (the highest natural point in the Maldives at all is 2.4 meters high),. The Government of the Maldives is seriously considering systematically buy land in other regions (especially in India), to relocate their entire people in case of emergency to. In October 2009, the Government of the world appealed to halt climate change. The Cabinet meeting was held for exceptionally under water in 6 feet of water. Maldives Travel travel to another world, so many travellers find it. There are trips in an endangered paradise. Maldives travel worth the long flight.