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The Maldives are an archipelago of 1,192 coral islands grouped into 26 coral atolls in the Indian Ocean and are considered a part of Southern Asia. The atolls are all coral reefs hundreds of kilometers away from any major landmass which mean excellent water and abundant life underwater. The most popular of these are the Manta rays, sharks, etc. Baa Atoll is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, where protected waters harbor an extraordinary diversity of marine life, including some 250 species of stony and soft coral, over 1,000 types of reef fish, as well as the endangered Hawksbill and Green turtles. The primary activity in the Maldives is scuba diving and snorkeling, and the Maldives is now becoming an increasingly popular surfing destination. Turquoise water and perfect waves makes it an ideal and uncrowded destination for surfers looking for smooth surfing conditions.

The local currency is the Maldivian rufiyaa and the national language is Maldivian Dhivehi, a close relative of Sinhala (spoken in Sri Lanka), though English is widely spoken. The Maldives are tropical, with plenty of sunshine and temperatures around 30°C throughout the year.