See Top Aerial Views of the Maldives

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The Maldives from Above 🇲🇻

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The republic of the Maldives is an Indian Ocean nation made up of 26 islands covering just over 100 square miles. This small tropical destination has become one of the most sought-after travel destinations in the world. Watch this aerial compilation that counts down the top 10 reasons to visit the Maldives.

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Splendid Maldives

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One thing which stands out about the Maldives, the archipelago nation in the Indian Ocean, is the sheer geographic extent of the atoll.  While the total land area of the country is modest, the total area over which they are spread is enormous.  In this video, Aerial Entertainment Studios showcases 9 days worth of drone shooting of some of the most exclusive resorts located in what could be described as, "Paradise on Earth".

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Thoddoo Island Maldives | See from the Sky


The Maldives is a series of atolls in the Indian Ocean, spread over a huge area.  One of these is Alif Alif Atoll.  One of the islands in this atoll is Thoddoo Island.  In this video, surrounded by the crystal blue water of the Indian ocean, seefromthesky captures the breathtaking tropical landscapes and gorgeous sandy beaches of this marvelous speck of an island in the Indian Ocean. 

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A Maldivian Escape


The Maldives has become a popular beach destination because of its sandy beaches and torquoise waters, but also because of the accommodations available there.  The country's tourism business has fed on a series of luxury resorts which have been built across its atolls, over two dozen groupings totalling hundreds of islands.  In this video, contributor  Veerdonkvisuals takes us on an aerial tour of, the Angsana Velavaru, a luxury resort on the Velavaru Reef.

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Surfing in the Maldives


The Maldives, a group of islands in the Indian Ocean, are known as a top tropical beach destination.  What is perhaps less known is that they also offer some world class surfing, on a par with Australia, Bali, or South Africa.  Top contributor Drone Heroes, who has a large Instagram following and makes travel videos around the world, used a drone to capture the epic Maldives surfing scene from an aerial perspective. 

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Maldives - DJI Mavic Pro - 4K


The South Asian tropical destination of the Maldives is simply stunning from an aerial view. Contributor Th3venture captured drone footage and underwater shots to highlight this special place that's bursting with blue lagoons, diverse sea life, and endless white sand beaches.  Despite consisting of hundreds of islands, the Maldives is the smallest Asian country by area and population.  The aerial views of these tiny islands dotted about the stunning blue waters will leave you breathless. 

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Seaplane takeoff in the Maldives


The waters around the Maldives are calm enough at times to allow seaplanes to take off and land.  In this video, contributor AirFlix worked with the pilot of the plane to create an amazing aerial video of the plane slowly gathering speed and lifting off the surface of the Indian Ocean.  AirVuz would like to point out that flying a drone near any type of manned aircraft is extremely dangerous.  

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Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas

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One of the reasons why the Maldives have become so popular as a beach destination is the availability of seaside villas.  Some of these tiny islands are now essentially private resorts, where travelers can relax in an environment that comes very close to being the ideal tropical paradise.  Top contributor Fabio Knoll created this spectacular drone video of one of these resort-islands, the Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas.

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Ihuru Island Resort - Maldives


This drone video by contributor Timnevellphotography is an example of the type of private island resort which have made the Maldives one of the go-to destinations for travelers with ample resources.  The Ihuru Island Resort is one of the islands of this dispersed archipelago nation in the Indian Ocean, and as the name suggests it's its own island.   Whether it's a few days or a few weeks, travelers to this resort can enjoy their stay in the tropics in splendid isolation.

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Maldives like you've never seen before!


For an enticing aerial tour of the tropical paradise known as the Maldives, this video by top contributor DroneHeroes is hard to beat.  He shows us the impressive range of recreational activities available in this Indian Ocean archipelago.  The video features epic shots of luxurious villas on private islands, jetskiing in the blue waters of the Indian Ocean, kiteboarding, powerboating, and much more.  

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Sandrine Hecq

High above the Cinnamon Hakuraa Huraa Resort, Sandrine Hecq reveals the impossibly clear waters that surround the Maldives destination.  Long piers are lined with romantic huts that hover over the crystalline sea, where visitors relax and enjoy the tropical views. At one point, she chases a pod of dolphins with her drone as they play nearby. This remote island paradise is quite the sight from above.

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Angsana Velavaru Maldives MoodFilm


The Angsana Velavaru is a luxury resort in the Maldives, the archipelago nation located in the Indian Ocean.  Like many resorts in the Maldives, it features private villas which complete the feeling of being on one's own island.  Top content contributor Veerdonkvisuals, who ventures the world making travel videos, created this spectacular one of this amazing resort.  The video, which combines aerial and ground camera footage, may make you reconsider your next beach vacation. 


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Maldives Male Atoll

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Maldives- Vlog 1

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Paradise Maldives

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Maldives from above