Maldives (South-Asia) Vacation Travel Wild Video Guide

This is the Maldives a country that is made up of over 1,100 coral islands that have formed around 26 natural ring-like atolls and is spread over 90,000 square kilometers. Most of this country comprises of ocean and this ocean attracts millions of people every year. Within this ocean also swim exotic marine creatures like Matarays, dolphins, turtles and Whale Sharks but what would happen to the tourism here if these animals were to disappear from our seas.

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16 thoughts on “Maldives (South-Asia) Vacation Travel Wild Video Guide

  1. BIG BOSS says:

    i want to visit Slovenia . can you give me one idea ? how can i get visit visa from there . i am a Bangladeshi passport holder . and i am living in united arab emirates

  2. Eric Colvin says:

    It's sad that the marine life are disappearing so fast. I love tropical islands an I would hate seeing paradise vanished before our eyes. I wish more people would care for our ecosystem like the marine life but we are burning more fossil fuels and polluting our beautiful planet. I love the marine life and tropical islands. I also love our planet

  3. Tuấn Cường says:

    Thanks so much Expoza!
    It's not just traveling, but learning how to live sustainably and aware how important the wild life is.

    Maldives is such a heaven to experience, but I hope that the development of tourism industry will protect its beauty, not to damage it or to cause pollution.

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