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A host of outstanding villas on the beach or out in the ocean, this really is resort that shouts Tropical Island.
£2599 pp7 Nights, Water Villa - All Inclusive
LUX South Ari Atoll
This resort will truly be an experience in paradise with unspoiled beaches to the lush gardens.
£1749 pp7 Nights, Half Board - Free room upgrade
Truly spectacular beach resort is located in the Lhaviyani Atoll.
£1899 pp7 Nights, Half Board Plus
Many variants of rare and luxurious vegetation are washed by the Indian Oceans warm waters.
£1939 pp7 Nights, Bed & Breakfast
Lily Beach Resort
Lily Beach Resort & Spa offers guests the chance to holiday in style and luxury.
£2399 pp7 Nights, All Inclusive
Shangri-La's Resort & Spa
This stunning resort ticks all the boxes in terms of luxury, romance, wedding or honeymooning.
£2749 pp7 Nights, Half Board - Honeymoon & Anniversary offer with room upgrade
Guests have a wide choice of places to stay. Choose anything from private manors to luxury island resorts — most of them set amidst the turquoise wonder of the sparkling ocean. The wonderful nature all around is so very beautiful. Water sports can be enjoyed too like windsurfing to banana pontoon rides. Explore the underworld wonder in the aqua waters. Its magic never ceases to amaze. A wedding or celebration can be enjoyed in this Indian Ocean locale by booking a holiday to Maldives. White sands, blue skies, sparkling waters and immaculate climate all year make the Maldives a truly welcoming attraction. It consists of approx. 26 atolls and almost 1,200 islands. With a population of only 427,700 people there is a lot of open spaces for visitors to appreciate. Explore the towns to enjoy some exceptional culture.
Maldives is an all-year travel destination with moderate temperatures all through. The period between November to March is viewed as the best to visit. The dry season has little downpour and lower stickiness; and it stretches from December to April.
The wet season is much wetter, as there are more grounded breezes and downpours and stretches from May to November. There is an average of 8 hours of sunshine every day and the water temperature barely falls below 25°C.
How long is flight from UK?Direct flights between London and Malé take between 10 to 11 hours. Connecting flights can be over in as little as 12 or 13 hours, depending on the length of the stopover.
Getting ThereBritish Airways runs a direct flight from London to Malé. Other airlines like Emirates run a non-direct flight from London to Malé via Dubai. Transfers from Malé to the different island resorts are through seaplane, domestic flight or speed boat. Country status as an island nation makes getting around quite interesting. There is only one airport, and it is located on Hulhulé Island. Upon arrival at the Malé International Airport, guests are met by resort staff who then escort them to their resorts. Note that the airport is the only structure on this island. Getting to your resort will involve either a seaplane, yacht or water taxi. This makes for a very scenic water trip.
What to DoApart from relaxing and basking in the sun at one of the many surreal private islands, travellers can indulge in extraordinary fine dining experiences (underwater), do thrilling water sports on azure beaches, and explore beautiful marine life among other fabulous things, when on holiday.
Entry RequirementsPassports must be valid for at least 6 months for visitors from the date of entry. All visitors must hold legal tickets and documents for their return journey or onward travel. Visitors must have sufficient finances for the duration of their visit time.