A tiny, remote paradise located in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the Maldives are a collection of over 1200 choral islands and islets. A heaven for all things in summer, each one of the 1200 islands has a beautiful milky white beach, clear blue sea water, and many of them have numerous resorts and hotels.
The highly developed tourism sector of the Maldives ensures that most of the islands offer a wide selection of activities and holiday options. As every island is like a private holiday, the island you choose will greatly determine how you spend your vacation. Some of the islands are more luxurious than others, some are catered to people with a tight budget, some are tailored to families and kid oriented activities, in short there is something, or rather an island, for everybody at the Maldives.
Although the picturesque Maldives are a year-round destination, there are some differences based on the month you’re visiting. Even though there is no bad time to visit the Maldives, the tourist season, and the best weather, usually lasts from December to April, even though the Maldives can get a bit pricy in December. The busiest and hottest months are February and March, but the beauty of the Maldives shines on year-round and there truly is no bad time to visit them.
The main attraction of the Maldives is the sea, with its various plants and more than 700 fish species, coral reefs, and much more. With every island having its own beach, finding one that suits your needs isn’t a problem in the Maldives. If relaxing on a thousand beautiful beaches isn’t enough, the Maldives have a rich entertainment offer. What are especially popular are water sports, and water related activities. Explore the depth of the Indian Ocean and the numerous reefs while scuba diving, rent out a boat and visit as many islands of the Maldives as you can, jet sky into the sunset, take part in a game of water polo, kiteboard or windsurf and harness the power of the wind, or ride the waves on a surfboard – the options are almost as numerous as the islands.
When you get out of the water, why not go explore the beautiful natural sceneries of each of the islands? The lush greenery of the islands, and calming hiss of the waves will make you forget about all your worries and clear your mind. One of the most unique activities in the Maldives is dolphin watching. One look at these beautiful creatures is all you need to be encaptivated by their charm. During the evenings the sea lights up with a million blue lights as the organisms in the water react with oxygen and produce light and a magical, romantic atmosphere. It is no wonder the Maldives are one of the top places in the world for people looking to get married!
With over a thousand islands, a hundred resorts, beautiful nature, clear sea and a wide array of activities the Maldives are what holiday dreams look like. Catering to all sorts of people, it is guaranteed that your holiday in the Maldives will be one filled with happiness and magic the likes of which can only be found at these enchanting islands.