Fishing in Maldives

5 Reasons It’s a Must-Experience


Tales of this island nation is incomplete without chapters of the pole and line. For centuries,
fishing has been the main occupation of the island communities. It was tradition that men wake
up early in the morning to go fishing on a sailing boat while the wives wait for their arrival to
prepare a delicious dinner with it.

Maldivians were masters of the sea. They knew their waters thoroughly and enjoyed their
occupation heartily. Fishing has now become a popular adventure activity for tourists as well.
Here’s 5 reasons why you need to experience it.

Learn the Tradition
You get to learn and experience one of the most important part of Maldives’ tradition. The
traditional method of fishing, pole-and-line, has been passed down from generation to
generation. From riding a traditional boat to identifying fishing spots to catching them, your
guide will help you make the best of this thrilling activity.

Great Bonding Time
Adventures on the water bring people together. It’s a great experience for friends and families
travelling together. Sharing the thrill of your first catch can lead to bonds with your new fishing
friends that can last a lifetime.

Healthy Meal

Fish are low in fat and cholesterol and high in protein. Once you return from your adventure, you
can have your fresh catch cooked and enjoy it.

Fun Exercise
Fishing is a great way to be more physically fit, as it requires you to use your arms, legs, and
core muscles. That’s why Maldivian fishermen were tough and strong.

Fishing requires focus and awareness. This takes your mind off internal conflict and stress.
Studies have shown that fishing lowers your cortisol levels (also known as the stress hormone).Those are just a few of the many benefits of fishing in the Maldives. If you’re lured for it, get in
touch with us to arrange your adventure on water.


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