The Maldives is known as a natural paradise and also this place is famous for Islands. The two famed Islands of the Maldives i.e. Fuvahmulah and Addu Islands is open a nature park in the month of June.
Boardwalks have been constructed in Fuvuhmulah’s Eydhigali Kilhi and Addu’s Koattey included regions to provide bicycling, hiking, and snorkeling, as well as mangrove canoe tours and reef diving. Also. in the secured areas of visitors could be able to explore the lagoons and mangroves on guided the canoe tours. Tourists can be able to dive and snorkel at coral reefs teeming along with juvenile fish and other marine life, where the mangroves meet the oceans.
Atolls are just 2.4 meters above from sea level with the higher point. The islands are uniquely at risk of rising sea levels limited supplies of clean and fresh water. So that an emergency fund has been established by the government for a new place of origin for the peoples of the Maldives in the occasion that the islands are absolutely inundated.
The environment expects the nature parks “will help to create a new brand for secured areas management is that brings together the community, management authority, private sector, and other stakeholder organizations.”
This project was started with support from European Union, Australian Agency for International Development, and World Bank. As a share of Maldives US$4.2 Climate Change Adaptation Project, designed to defend the low-lying islands of the most pressing outcomes of climate change.
Tour Guides has announced a training programme earlier in this week with an application closing date of April 18.