With every resort being its own island, there is no shortage of tropical glamour and luxury. Home to some of the whitest sand, and the bluest waters in the world – it’s no surprise that the Maldives boasts some of the best diving and snorkeling spots anywhere. Whether you are looking for an epic honeymoon, a romantic getaway, active adventure, or simply up your Instagram game – the Maldives is your destination.
With its spectacular weather and breathtaking island scenery, the Maldives are an amazing destination bursting with tropical adventure. With warm temperatures year-round, the Maldives offer the most ideal weather from November to February. March to April is also a great time to visit, especially for surfers. Whereas May to October brings the wet season.
Located in the Indian Ocean about 700km south-west of Sri Lanka. Getting to this remote tropical paradise is fairly straight forward but will require some pre-planning.Upon arrival in the Maldives, guests will need to take a speedboat or sea plane transfer to their resort. These can be organised at time of booking.
While typically known as a romantic holiday destination, the Maldives is an amazing place for families with children of all ages. Thanks to the spectacular tropical weather, world-class resorts and beautiful beaches, there’s plenty of fun to be had for kids too. Additionally, the Maldives is a very safe country with warm and welcoming locals who will go above and beyond to make your holiday truly unforgettable.
Lightweight summer clothing is ideal with a wrap, sweater or jacket for cooler winter nights and air-conditioned premises. Although the dress code in the UAE is generally casual, guests in the larger hotels do tend to dress more formally in the evening. Since you are visiting a Muslim country, bikinis, swimsuits, shorts and revealing tops should be confined to beach resorts.
Women are usually advised not to wear short skirts and to keep their shoulders covered. Note that in Sharjah women are prohibited from wearing swimsuits on public beaches.
ATM machines can be found all across Malé and at the international airport. However, ATMS are limited and even non-existent on some resort islands. You can use your credit card for all purchases at your resort, and they will normally charge everything to your room for payment at checkout.
Passports are required for tourists visiting from outside of the Maldives. Tourists staying in the Maldives for less than 30 days will be issued a free visa on arrival. Extension stays are available for a fee of rf700. Foreigners who enter the Maldives are required to have a return or onward ticket and your passport must be valid for at least six months.
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