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Our Top 10 Maldives Instagram Moments on a Budget for 2022

Instagram is filled with amazing images of the Maldives, luxurious resort islands, white sandy beaches, aqua marine water, over water villas and colorful tropical marine life. Pretty much every view is worthy of a highlight on your social media feed!

However, you don’t need to spend a fortune to WOW your followers and make your friends back home envious! Travel local, explore local and discover local. You are still assured of experiencing the best of our island paradise.

We have selected our top 10 Instagram moments for your 2022 Maldives holiday. All of these images were taken by guides or guests of Secret Paradise travelling with us on a Secret Paradise tour.

SHIPWRECK SNORKELING

Whether you are in or out of the water, Vaavu’s famous shipwreck is a fun encounter. For sure it makes the perfect Instagram image but it also allows you to discover how marine life can takeover a location in a short period of time.

Our Shipwreck & Snorkeling Tour allows you this top rated and popular adventure!

OCEAN SWINGS

Ocean swings are getting full on attention on social media around the world. We think there is nothing better than gently swinging to the rhythm of the sea breeze while watching the sun slowly setting in a blaze of colour.

Many of our tours include local islands where you can swing in the sea breeze including at Gulhi on our South Male Island Hopping Tour.

WHALE SHARK ENCOUNTERS

What to say about this majestic gentle giant of the ocean. So often a first time encounter can leave guests speechless.

Join us on our Marine Life Break Tour to capture your wonderful whale shark encounter!

SNORKELING WITH MANTA RAYS

Manta rays the ballerinas of the ocean are the most graceful creature that you will find on the reefs of The Maldives. Like performers they will provide you a beautiful show!

Island hop with us in North Ari Atoll for the possibility of manta ray encounters almost all year round!

ROBINSON CRUSOE SANDBANK

Escape to a sand bank in the middle of ocean. Perfect for a romantic moment, a fun family picnic or just to encounter solitude. This perfect picture postcard picture moment is not to be missed.

Escape to your own private sandbank on our Beach Break Tour.

Guests sit on beautiful Maldives sandbank in a turquoise blue lagoon

SNORKELING WITH NURSE SHARKS

If you are a lover of sharks and are looking to experience and learn more about their behavior this is the perfect trip for you. Are you brave enough to overcome your fear?

Offered as an optional tour in our Shipwreck & Snorkeling Tour.

TROPICAL SUNSETS

A Maldives sunset has got to be one of the best back drops that you will find in the world. As the sun hits the water the explosion of colours will be one that you will never forget.

Every one of our tours comes with a free daily sunrise and sunset!

BEACH SWINGS

Chilling on the beach just moved up a gear. The Maldives have turned their traditional local swings into modern day ‘must try’ swings, all you need to do is lay back and relax.

Head with us to Thulusdhoo on our North Male Island Hopping to lie back and relax on this swinging day bed!

TURTLE ENCOUNTERS

Swimming or snorkeling with a friendly turtle is a magical encounter. We know just the place known as ‘the turtle sanctuary’. Come join us on this adventure.

Every tour we offer has snorkeling opportunities, after all who wouldn’t want to be in the water in the Maldives.

GIVING BACK

Join us to experience the journey of young environmental enthusiasts and hard-working NGOs. Learn how they are bringing about change to the community. Help them to grow and spread their word and leave your finger print on  their journey.

All our guided tours offer the opportunity to contribute and give back during your stay in the Maldives.

Why not check out our Instagram feed for more inspiration and don’t forget to share your experiences with friends and family on social media.

Feel free to tag us @secretparadisemaldives #letusguideyou

Contact us and allow us to shape your Maldives trip!

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