Maldives is a place that’s full of surprises. Let’s take the example of one of its magical beaches in the Mudhdhoo Island which is also called the Vaadhoo Island. This beach glows during the night and yes the sight is unimaginable and mesmerizing. After all, who would have thought that there can be a beach that glows at night!
Of course, this magnificence cannot be skipped and it may be difficult to reach this place, but it is not at all impossible to view this enigmatic beauty with your naked eyes. Honeymooners must put this in their priority list as a visit to this place brings in a lot of romance in one’s married life.
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Although science speaks that this light is due to phytoplankton, the tiny little creatures that best glow in the dark. After all the hard activities that you may have done during the day, this vision at night will keep the spark of action alive in you.
However, this you cannot catch this vision every night. Only if you are lucky enough you should be able to see these creatures. When you see these not so little blue creatures carrying the bright blue light with them walking towards the shore, it looks like a battleground of aliens.
The visitors mentioned that the sight becomes extremely magical as Vaadhoo gets illuminated during the night time. The edge of the ocean looks blue as these blue organisms walk towards the shore.
It looks like millions of stars walk towards the shore. Not only the water, but if you walk along the beach even your footsteps will be marked blue.
How to Reach from Male Airport
There should not be any problem to reach this one of the magical beaches as this island is strongly connected to the other islands of Maldives. The island Vaadhoo is situated around 8 km away from Male International airport. You can take a speedboat that will make you reach this place in just 15 minutes.
The best part is that you can visit this place anytime throughout the year. The climate is friendly throughout.
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Article first published on April 5, 2020.