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Maldives Travel Tips


Best time to visit the Maldives:

With average temperatures in the 80s year-round, If you're looking for fabulous weather, relaxation, or just an all-around fantastic vacation experience that will have your social media page buzzing, then the Maldives is the place to be. The best time to visit the Maldives is from November to April during the island's dry season.



Why visit the Maldives:

We have all seen the awesome photos and videos of the Maldives on Instagram, Facebook, or TikTok of people living their best life on these fantastic vacation experiences. From the overwater villas with the plunge pool to the white sand beaches and spectacular blue water, the beauty of the Maldives is unmatched and is one destination that should be on everyone's list of places to visit.


The Maldives is extremely popular with honeymooners and travelers looking to explore the depths of the sea while scuba diving or snorkeling. However, the Maldives is also very popular for families looking for a more luxurious or private vacation experience.


Travel Tip: Consider doing a split stay (example: 4-nights in the Maldives, 3-nights in Dubai). Speak to one of our Destination Experts, and ask about our "Maldives Plus" package. 


Best Beaches:

Most island resorts offer their own private stretches of sand, complete with lounge chairs and umbrellas. 


Best Hotels in the Maldives: 

  • St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort

  • One & Only Reethi Rah

  • W Maldives

  • Hurawalhi Island Resort

  • Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort

  • COMO Maalifushi

  • Jumeirah Vittaveli

  • Conrad Maldives Rangali Island

  • Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort 

  • Hard Rock Hotel Maldives


Best Way to Get Around:

The best way to get around the Maldives is to walk. Whichever resort you pick will be walkable. Island-hopping at leisure isn't the best option since the ferry network is not very extensive.


Best Places to Eat:

Cuisine in the Maldives relies heavily on the region's available ingredients, which means seafood, coconut and starches feature prominently in many dishes. Tuna, wahoo, and mahi-mahi are a few of the fish you can expect to find on menus in the Maldives. Keep in mind, because the Maldives is an Islamic nation, the population does not drink alcohol. However, you will be able to enjoy alcoholic beverages at most resorts.


  • Ithaa Undersea Restaurant

  • 5.8 Undersea Restaurant

  • Subsix


Top 5 Excursions/Activities:

  • Scuba Diving at the Maldives Victory wreck

  • Snorkeling

  • Parasailing

  • Submarine Tour


Travel requirements:

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