This island in the Kaafu Atoll is a perfect destination for newlyweds seeking solitude. The lack of vacationers leaves the powdery-sand beaches, fringed by lush tropical vegetation, only to you and a few other travelers. So, if wading, diving, and snorkeling are among your favorite activities, Hulhumale Island should be among your shortlisted options for a Maldives honeymoon. What's more, the island is near Male, the Maldives capital, with engaging sightseeing and shopping options most other islands and atolls lack.
Located northwest of Male, Baros Island is among the top honeymoon destinations for romantic couples. Here you can have a sunset dinner on the beach while bathing in candlelight. The island teems with small white-sand beaches, verdant vegetation, and luxury restaurants, and snorkeling around a nearby reef reveals corals and harmless nurse sharks. Baros is only a short ride by boat away from Male, the cultural and commercial center of the Maldives.
If you and your partner are passionate divers and enjoy wellness treatments when out of the water, consider spending your Maldives honeymoon on Alimatha Island in the Vaavu Atoll. Azure waters and lagoons of Alimatha abound with hammerhead and nurse sharks, rays, tuna, and barracudas, while the island's spa centers offer Ayurvedic treatments. Exploring the nearby barrier reef, canoeing, and windsurfing are other top activities around the island.
Active couples who are nature lovers should think about spending a honeymoon on Milaidhoo Island in Baa Atoll. This UNESCO biosphere reserve features lush vegetation and white-sand beaches ideal for a honeymoon in seclusion. Explore the coral reef surrounding Milaidhoo to see manta rays and whale sharks and join a dolphin-watching cruise. You can also enjoy sailing, kayaking, and yachting among other leisure activities around the island.
To spend a relaxing honeymoon with great photo opportunities, consider spending your Maldives honeymoon on Mirihi. Located in Alifu Dhaalu Atoll, this tiny island brims with exotic vegetation flanking white sand beaches, which makes for postcard-quality photos. The emerald sea surrounds you, allowing you to feel as if there is no one else in the world except you. Besides exceptional diving and snorkeling, you and your partner will cherish the sunsets beyond description on Mirihi Island.