Indian Ocean

The Maldives

The Maldives is a place that lends itself to complete and utter relaxation. Stay in a stunning water bungalow and take in some of the world’s most beautiful sunsets. Savour delicious cuisine and experience world-class water sports, or for something really special, delight in total seclusion on a desert island escape. With over 1,000 coral islands to enjoy, there's no shortage of things to see or do on trips to the Maldives.

Average Temperature (°C)

Spring

Spring

24.7

Summer

Summer

21.3

Autumn

Autumn

22.7

Winter

Winter

25.0

Interesting Fact

The Maldives is made up of 1192 islands, which group into 26 atolls and span over 90,000 sq km

The Maldives combine picture-perfect beaches, friendly locals and waters teeming with wildlife. where fish swim happily in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, where the weather is a dream, and the deep rays of the sun wait to engulf you in their arms. For those seeking relaxation, an all-inclusive Maldives holiday takes the hassle out of holidaying and is one of the best ways to experience some of the world's best beach resorts.

Something Different

Take a Dive Beneath the Indian Ocean The waters around the Maldives are abuzz with colourful shoals of fish but particular focus is merited towards Maaya Thila and Banana Reef. You'll find whitetip reef sharks, giant trevally, barracuda, nurse sharks, a variety of stingrays, and colourful coral that is regularly frequented by sea turtles.
Rejuvenate with a Spa Treatment Home to some of the world’s finest spas and magnificent settings to match, many of the islands’ spas incorporate traditional local therapies into their range of treatments to give a uniquely Maldivian experience.
We swam with Nemo, Dory, blacktip reef sharks, turtles, crabs, lobsters and every type of ray you can think of. Every moment was a wow moment! If you try the Maldives, then an island that has its own house reef is a huge bonus.
Sally
Travel Counsellor
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