For Bipasha Basu, Maldives is an irresistible charm

For Bipasha Basu, Maldives is an irresistible charm

Bipasha Basu and husband Karan Singh Grover are a nomadic couple. Their travel photos keep social media abuzz. The latest tranche comes from the Maldives. The actor has shared her photo along with hubby from an emerald pool on the island. The post has drawn numerous celebrity comments.

Bipasha Basu had earlier shared her photos of celebrating birthday in the Dhaalu Atoll in the archipelago. She also shared a video of the celebration in the resort frequented by several celebrities.

Maldives is a favoured holiday destination for a bunch of Bollywood celebrities including Sonakshi Sinha, Alia Bhatt, Saif Ali Khan, Kareena, Malaika Arora, Shahid Kapur, Katrina Kaif and Akshay Kumar.

The islands also get several visitors from Kerala. It is a two-way traffic. Many islanders regularly visit Kerala for various purposes.

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Most visitors to Maldives are thrilled by the opportunities for diving, snorkelling and other recreational sports. Honeymooners make up a large bunch of tourists to Maldives. A latest trend is the rich and famous flocking to the island resorts to celebrate their weddings.

The vast expanses of the islands are bereft of hills or rivers. Wherever you look, you see the azure sky and white sandy beaches. Hit the sea and you would be amazed by fish of all hues. Add to it fresh fish to eat. Maldives boasts of its own sweets and savouries.

Maldives gets busy just before the winter. Tourists from cold climes escape to the balmy weather of the tropical islands.

Maldives climate is more or less the same through the year. Temperature ranges from 23 degree Celsius to 31 degree Celsius on average. A good time to visit is between November and April. December to March is the peak season. From May to October, rains could play spoilsport.

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