Unlike most countries, getting around the Maldives doesn’t involve cars, busses, or other forms of conventional transportation. After all, the Maldives is the complete opposite of a landlocked country; it isn’t composed of a whole mass of land, but rather more than a thousand small islands. These islands are too small that getting around them finds no use of buses or cars. There are also no interconnected highways from one island to another.
Getting around the whole country isn’t impossible. Tourists find it fascinating that they need to aboard ferries, speedboats or seaplanes to visit one atoll to the next. In the capital, Male, one can find out everything they want to know about the country and its people.
But, if you are in for what the country offers best—its white sand beaches and clear shores, here’s everything you need to know about getting around the Maldivian Islands: