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Webcam on the Maldives shows the beach of the Vodi resort on the shores of the Indian Ocean. As you can see in the online broadcast, the coast is rocky, there are sun loungers on the left and there is a sandy area for recreation.
The Maldives in live stream is one of the best exotic destinations. All 1190 islands (atolls) are blue lagoons, sandy beaches, unique vegetation, and a rich underwater world.
The capital of the Maldives, the city of Male, occupies almost the entire territory of the island of the same name. Other islands of North Male Atoll are resorts or are offered for rent to wealthy tourists. South Male Atoll has become popular for divers for its marine reserves, caves and wrecks. Surfers also come here.
The most popular pastime in the Maldives, where the online broadcast is conducted from, is diving among the coral reefs.
The Baa and Raa atolls are famous for their secluded atmosphere and picturesque landscapes: Baa is even included in the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves, along with Niagara Falls and the Amazon forests. Watermelons grow on the Ari atoll, and very original jewelry from pearls and coral is produced on Lhaviyani.
On the Maldives with the coastline online, all roads lead to the beach: fine white sand, blue waves, huge palm trees. The coast is wide, spacious almost everywhere, equipped with amenities and umbrellas.
On Male Atoll, the most popular beaches are Naladhu and Banyan Tree, and on Ari Island – San and Nika. Turtles nest on the shores of Lhaviyani, dolphins live in the waters of Maafushi. Wealthy travelers prefer the islands of Hadahaa (Gaafu Alif Atoll), Kunfunadu (Baa Atoll) and Veligandu (Ari Atoll).
Swimming at night on the “luminous” beach will give tourists an unforgettable experience. This effect is produced by underwater microorganisms and luminescent algae on the Vaadhoo (Vadu) coast (South Male). They shimmer in the dark with blue lights.
In the Maldives, where this webcam is located, there are interesting places worth visiting. For example, the Embudu National Reserve with an amazingly diverse underwater world, the Felivaru and Halaveli wrecks with giant rays, the Maayaa Thila Reef, the channel between the Fushi reefs with many inhabitants, the Rakido dive site, sheltered from prying eyes, the Guraidhoo Protected Marine Area, the “shark” site Miyaru.
Popular surfing spots in the Maldives are Sultans, Pasta Point, Police Island. The best time is from June to September.
For those who are fond of cultural recreation travel to the live broadcasted Maldives will also be interesting. You can visit the National Museum in the picturesque Sultan Park, the Islamic Center under the golden dome and the Presidential Palace in Male. The capital is also home to the country’s oldest Old Friday Mosque of 1656 with a unique minaret and the tomb of Mohammed Takurufanu, the legendary warrior of national resistance. The ruins of a Buddhist temple from 90 BC lie on the Ari atoll. BC, on the island of Matirah (Haa Alif atoll) there is a mausoleum with a sacred tomb, which is a place of pilgrimage for Muslims.
The climate on in the Maldives with this beach in web camera is warm and humid. The air temperature during the day is +30 C, at night +26 C, and the water warms up to +26 C. Since the islands are located almost at the equator, seasonal changes associated with monsoons are almost imperceptible. During the southwest monsoon (May to October) it is often rainy and windy. During the northeast monsoon (November to February), the Maldives is not as humid as usual. Weather forecast on Maldives for 7 days is available on our website online.