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Situated in the Indian Ocean and known for its luxurious water villas, this archipelagic state is a tropical heaven of white sand beaches, ideal for an adventure, honeymoon, or leisure holiday.

What you will find

Maldives is home to perhaps the best beaches in the world. They’re on almost every one of the country’s nearly 1200 islands and are so consistently perfect that it’s hard not to become blasé about them. While some beaches may boast softer granules than others, the basic fact remains: you won't find consistently whiter-than-white powder sand and luminous cyan-blue water like this anywhere else on earth. This fact alone is enough to bring well over a million people a year to this tiny, remote Indian Ocean paradise.


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What makes Maldives special?

The Maldives is an archipelago on India's coast famed for its gorgeous water villas. The tropical paradise of white beaches sits south of Sri Lanka and is ideal for an active vacation, honeymoon, or peaceful vacation. The Maldives is a coral island archipelago comprised of 1.219 coral island groupings organized into natural atolls. There are now 400 islands in existence. In general, all resorts take up a whole atoll. Unrivaled luxury, stunning white-sand beaches and an amazing underwater world make Maldives an obvious choice for a true holiday of a lifetime. This is also the ideal place for diving, since you can admire corals and every kind of marine fauna just a few steps from your hotel room.


Indian Ocean

The Maldives is an island nation in the Indian Ocean. The Indian Ocean is the world's third-largest oceanic division, encompassing 70,560,000 km2 or 19.8 percent of the water on Earth's surface. It is limited to the north by Asia, to the west by Africa, and to the east by Australia. To the south, it is surrounded by the Southern Ocean or, depending on the term used, Antarctica. The Indian Ocean features several significant marginal or regional seas along its center, including the Arabian Sea, the Laccadive Sea, the Somali Sea, the Bay of Bengal, and the Andaman Sea.

Scuba diving in beautiful Coral Reefs

Discover the underwater life of the banana reef located in Male atoll. It is one of the famous major attractions for Scuba diving. Sea turtles, reef sharks, and whale sharks can be seen in this area.

Vacations and honeymoons

The Maldives is a world-renowned island resort known for its golden pearls. Consider turquoise water surrounded by moon-shaped islands with white sand beaches. You'll have a hard time meeting another soul if they don't appear to be you. The towns of the nation provide short and scenic seaplane and boat tours just outside Male, the country's principal airport and tourism hub. It is the world's most isolated island, hidden inside a vast mountain range in the seas.


Climate and weather (when to go)

The Maldives has a year-round hot tropical climate. There are two distinct and dominating seasons: a dry season (November to April), punctuated with northeast winter monsoons, and a wet season (May to October) associated with southwest monsoons and strong winds. Generally, the southwest brings more wind and rain in June and July. Due to this, this time is popular with surfers, as areas see bigger waves and larger swells. January to April is typically known as peak season, as they have little rain and low humidity. The temperature rarely falls below 25°C (77°F).

What to pack

Lightweight cottons and linens throughout the year. Light waterproofs are advised during the rainy season. More modest clothing when visiting local villages and cities outside of the resorts.

Medical requirements

This information is not intended to replace the advice of a travel medicine professional. Not all of the vaccines listed here will be necessary for every individual.

Some vaccines are recommended or required for Maldives. The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for Maldives: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, yellow fever, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza. Chikungunya and dengue are present in the Maldives. Make sure to bring and use mosquito repellents and netting.

COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for travel to all regions, both foreign and domestic.


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