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Astonishing Holiday Packages to Maldives

A quintessential luxury Maldives holidays involve a picturesque, exclusive and secluded paradise that beckons beach lovers from all over the globe. From enjoying leisurely strolls over unspoiled white sandy beaches to romancing in sheltered azure lagoons, there are sensational experiences to be had in every corner of this Indian Ocean island. That’s not all! The more venturesome souls can indulge in some truly dazzling adventures that include but are not limited to parasailing and deep-sea diving, with turtles and spectacular exotic marine life all around them.

Admire the Luxury with a master in travel

Our crackerjack Maldives experts can help arrange exemplary getaways to the finest luxury resorts on the island and plan an idyllic holiday to the Indian Ocean exclusively for couples and families respectively. Relish every moment of your Maldives holiday as you sip on signature cocktails by the sea, and let the refreshing ocean breeze run through your hair while you relax on a hammock under the stars, all with our exclusive holiday packages to Maldives.

Inspirations

Holidays to Maldives need no motive. The spectacular islands which are home to top-of-the-range resorts are perfect for idyllic destination weddings and intimate honeymoons, as well as family or solo holidays. One look at the awe-inspiring water villas and beach resorts and you will want to fly to this enchanting island nation as soon as possible.

Best time to go

It is a year-round destination with moderate temperatures throughout. The period between November to March is considered the best to visit.
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Signature Collection Holidays to Maldives

Constance Moofushi

Maldives Moofushi Resort
Five Star Rating
A host of outstanding villas on the beach or out in the ocean, this really is resort that shouts Tropical Island.
from: £2599ppView Details

LUX South Ari Atoll

Maldives LUX Ari Atoll
Five Star Rating
This resort will truly be an experience in paradise with unspoiled beaches to the lush gardens.
from: £2699pp View Details

Cocoon Maldives

Maldives Cocoon Maldives
Five Star Rating
Truly spectacular beach resort is located in the Lhaviyani Atoll.
from: £1599ppView Details

Adaaran Vadoo

Maldives Adaaran Presige Vadoo
Five Star Rating
This stunning resort consists of fifty water villas decorated to the highest standards and luxury.
from: £2849ppView Details

Lily Beach Resort

Maldives Lily Beach
Five Star Rating
Lily Beach Resort & Spa offers guests the chance to holiday in style and luxury.
from: £2599pp View Details

Shangri-La's Resort & Spa

Maldives Shangri La Resort
Five Star Rating
This stunning resort ticks all the boxes in terms of luxury, romance, wedding or honeymooning.
from: £2699pp View Details
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Visiting the Maldives on Holiday

Any consideration of a luxury holiday in the Indian Ocean region must include the Maldives. As one of the hottest destinations for honeymooners and marine explorers, the Maldives offers hundreds of islands to explore along with some of the finest resorts in the world. White sand beaches and near-perfect weather year-round make a Maldives holiday even more inviting.

About the Maldives

The Maldives is an island nation that covers nearly 298 square kilometres in the Indian Ocean, off the coasts of Sri Lanka and India. It is made up of a series of 26 atolls and nearly 1,200 islands. And with a total population of just 427,700, it leaves plenty of open spaces for holidaymakers to enjoy.

Hotels in the Maldives

Hotels in this part of the world are more resorts than anything else. The Maldives features a full selection of three-, four-, and five-star resorts, including well-respected names like Lux, Constance, and Four Seasons. Maldives resorts are known around the world for their unparalleled hospitality combined with local culture.

Most of the four- and five-star Maldives hotels feature well-appointed rooms with amenities that make your stay comfortable and relaxing. Rooms typically come with private patios or balconies featuring great views of the ocean or the resort's gardens. As a rule, guests can choose from beach and water villas, garden villas, and standard rooms.

Onsite amenities generally include wellness spas, swimming pools, complementary and paid-for water sports, fine dining, and more. And because Maldives resorts are all very walkable, visitors never have to go far to find exactly what they are looking for. Whether it is a day soaking up the sun on a white sand beach or a cold drink at the swim-up bar, every need is catered to.

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Climate

Maldives has a tropical weather throughout the year but it receives a good amount rains during monsoon which comes towards the middle and the end of the year. here's an average of 8 hours of sunshine every day and the water temperature barely falls below 25°C.

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What to Do

Apart 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 in Maldives.

Getting There

British Airways runs a direct flight from London to Male, while other airlines like Emirates run a non-direct flight from London to Male via Dubai. Transfers from Male to individual island resorts is through seaplane, domestic flight or speed boat.

The Maldives's 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 greeted by resort representatives who then escort them to their resorts. Note that the airport is the only structure on this island. Getting to you resort will involve either a seaplane, yacht, or water taxi.

Visitors do not need to arrange a visa prior to arrival as long as they have a valid passport, proof of onward travel, and the financial resources to remain self-sufficient while in the country. An automatic 30-day visa is granted to visitors upon arrival, but that visa can be extended up to 90 days if necessary.

Entry Requirements

Passports must be valid for at least 6 months for visitors from date of entry in Maldives. All visitors must hold legal tickets and documents for their return journey or onward travel. Visitors must have sufficient finances for the duration of time in Maldives.

Cuisine of Maldives

The traditional Maldivian cuisine, also called Dhivehi cuisine, primarily consists of fish, coconut and curries. Delicacies made out of rice and other starchy food are also quite commonly served and consumed in the country.

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Dining Options at Maldives Resorts

A Maldives holiday is intended to be an all-inclusive holiday that allows you to spend all of your time at the resort. As such, nearly every Maldives hotel features at least one restaurant. Most of the four- and five-star properties offer multiple dining options.

Many of the restaurants feature regional cuisine that takes advantage of locally-grown produce and other ingredients. Resorts with more than one restaurant are more likely to feature a wider variety and may include cuisine from across Asia and the Middle East to European favourites like Italian and French.

If you are looking for something special, some of the Maldives resorts offer undersea dining for a truly incredible experience. And of course, don't forget dining alfresco on the beach. Nothing is quite as romantic as an intimate dinner for two as the sun goes down and the gentle waves lap against the shore.

Maldives Activities

Maldives holidays are centred around the water. So prepare yourself for some tremendous water activities regardless of the resort you choose. You will have access to snorkelling, scuba diving, sailing, parasailing, water-skiing, and more. You can take a glass-bottom boat tour or charter a yacht for a spectacular day of island hopping.

If you're staying on of the larger islands, you'll find plenty of opportunities to enjoy cultural experiences. There are plenty of shopping opportunities as well.

Why You Should Visit the Maldives

A trip to the Maldives can be truly unforgettable, especially if you stay at one of the luxury resorts. Maldives travel is absolutely worth the money spent when you consider what a unique environment this island nation is. Privacy is one of the big draws for honeymooners who want nothing more than to spend time alone soaking up the beautiful natural environment. For others, the Maldives represent sun, sand, and sea. Every guest walks away with a profound sense of relaxation and restoration. Its island geography and unique culture makes the Maldives a one-of-a-kind destination. For your next Indian Ocean holiday, the Maldives should be on your list of considerations. For more information about Maldives resorts, click on any of the links you see here on this page.

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