With more than a thousand splendid islands and the 26 coral atolls, the Maldives are an exotic and beautiful collection of islands located right in the Indian Ocean. A dive into the deep sea or sprawling across the sun-lounger on the powdery sand, the reasons to visit Maldives are countless; let’s check out the most interesting ones below:
The Best Romantic Getaway
Imagine waking up on a remote island with your loved one, watching the sunrise and walking on white sand beaches hand in hand. Maldives is the ideal location for honeymooners as the islands offer opportunities and romantic set ups that one probably can’t have in anywhere else. There are nights that you can dine under a sky full of stars and evenings that render you and your partner speechless with the iconic sunsets.
Dhigurah Island is best for spotting sea turtles, Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru is best for accessible snorkeling, Reethi Rah has the most secluded beaches.
Maldives Is A Safe Haven
The Maldives unique location, one island – one resort, safe flights, arrivals & departure prevent contact between locals and tourists as well as tourists between two resorts. So, when you stay at your resort, you have no worries of local spread into the resort. The islands are beautifully socially distanced from the city and the crowd, which makes for a perfect holiday destination post the covid-19 pandemic
World Class Diving
Scuba diving in the Maldives is a memorable experience, because of the white sand beaches, coral reefs, clear warm waters, dive sites and vibrant marine life. it’s common to see sharks, turtles, whale sharks and a kaleidoscopic range of tropical sea creatures.
Unique Snorkeling Experiences
Snorkeling in Maldives is the easiest way to enjoy the underwater wonders. You simply need to bring your mask, snorkel and hit the house reef. You can expect to see Sharks, rays, turtles and schools of colorful fish. From June to October, you will have the chance to swim with manta rays and whale sharks, thanks to abundant plankton waters in marine parks and reserves such as Manta Point in South Ari atoll and Hanifaru Bay in Baa atoll, UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve
When To Find The Best Weather In The Maldives
A sun-kissed beach destination, Maldives is a year-round destination. No matter when you visit, you will fall in love with the wonderful weather. However, depending on what you want to do, here’s a monthly break-up of the climatic conditions in Maldives:
December – April: during these months, it’s summer season in Maldives and is also the peak tourist season. Dry weather, little or no rain shower, blue skies and low humidity. It is ideal for tourists to travel.
May – August: Mostly defined by the monsoons, there’s a high chance of rain during this time. Some resorts offer great deals during this time so that budget travelers can still benefit from low prices.
When To Visit The Maldives For Water Sports
If you’re looking to visit the Maldives for water sports, the surf season runs from mid-February through November, which is when the largest swells can be found. Waters are calmer during December and January which is a great time for canoe or kayak offshore.
How To Get The Maldives?
The island nation’s only international airport is in Male, the capital. From there, you will connect onto a small sea plane to reach your resort island. Male has direct connections to Doha, Dubai, and a few other hubs.
From the main airport, you will take a sea plane to the island your resort is on. Most resorts arrange the seaplane transfer for their guests. If you are planning to visit the Maldives on a budget, we can assist you with hotel accommodation and transportation from the airport to the Island.