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About Maldives

Simply put, the Maldives are paradise. The 1,192 coral islands which make up the islands contain such magnificent beaches, such pure blue water, that for many people the Maldives are heaven-on-earth. This is the picture you hang on the wall of your office as a dream holiday, a million miles from the cold, wet winter around you.

The capital city Malé offers a link to the modern world but to truly experience the Maldives you have to submerge yourself in the tropical setting. Diving and snorkeling are a must, as are other watersports such as surfing and fishing. With so many activities on offer make sure you don’t forget to spend some time on the beach with a book. After all, what’s the point of paradise if you can’t relax?

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We have over 170 gorgeous hotels and villas for you to choose from, spreading out over picturesque atolls and ranging from 5 star resorts, to houses in the capital, to an idyllic fishing villa. Filter your results to make sure you find the accommodation for your budget and needs.

When To Go

The temperature is consistently warm, normally staying just below the 30s, but with so many outdoor activities the last thing you want for your holiday is a wash-out. It’s therefore best if you miss the monsoon season, which runs from May to October, peaking around June. January through to April will find the Maldives at their driest and is generally the best time to travel.

Fast facts about Maldives

  • Capital
  • Currency
    Maldivian rufiyaa
  • Fly to
    Malé and then transfer to your resort by boat or seaplane
  • Official Language
  • Time
    Four hours ahead of the UK

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • Being pampered in a spa
    Many resorts across the Maldives offer spa treatment, and you really should take the time to indulge in a bit of pampering. Having a massage in the shade beside sapphire blue waters is what dreams are made of.
  • Pay your respects at the Tsunami Monument, Malé
    The Maldives were badly hit by the 2004 Tsunami, and this respectful monument in the southeast corner of Malé pays tribute to those who were affected by the disaster.
  • Surfing, North and South Malé Atoll
    The monsoon season is the ideal time to catch a wave in the Maldives, with some ranging between three to eight feet tall. While most resorts will give you a chance to try surfing, those near the North and South Malé Atoll are known as the best places to go.
  • Swimming with the fishes
    Scuba-diving is an incredibly popular activity in the Maldives, and most resorts can arrange trips for you to explore underwater where you’ll see Manta Rays, exotic fish and possibly rare whale sharks.
  • Visit oldest mosque in the country, Malé
    Hukuru Miskiiy dated from 1656, is made of beautiful coral stone and is intricately carved with Quranic script. If you’re looking for manmade sights away from your resort, this is a must.

Top destinations in Maldives

  • Noonu Atoll
    A honeymoon to remember
  • North Male Atoll
  • South Ari (Alifu Dhaalu) Atoll
    Something a little different
  • South Male Atoll