Maldives Tours

Maldives Tours

Maldives is one of the most exclusive destinations in world renowned for its romance, luxury and underwater adventure.

Maldives is made up of picture – perfect beaches, psychedelic seas and lavish resorts which makes it a perfect bucket list destination for your dream island escape. Maldives is a remote archipelago perched on the equator in the middle of the Indian Ocean and is made up of nearly 1,200 islands across 26 ring-shaped atolls. 

The islands are located to the South of India and west of Sri Lanka, the chain of the beautiful islands extends for 823 kilometers covering an area of just 298 square kilometers.

The Maldives is a tiny paradise dubbed as “the Jewel in the Ocean” renowned for its spellbinding beaches with some of the finest sand in the world and world – class diving in the crystalline waters and dazzling coral reefs.

Holidays on the Maldives Island start by flying into the capital city of the archipelago – Male using Velana Inernational Airport, from the airport you will head to your private lodge or resort for your holiday.

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Things To Do Maldives

The islands of Maldives are famous for their luxury resorts surrounded by pristine nature, this famous paradise offers a number of amazing activities to do on your holiday. Here are our 4 favorite things to do in the Maldives to make most of the dreamy beaches and underwater worlds.

Underwater Adventure

The Maldives boasts some of the best snorkeling and diving experiences in the world, the island’s warm, clear waters and calm seas make it the best perfect destination. Some of the great encounters while in the blue waters of the Indian Ocean are the huge shoals of technicolor fish, beautiful coral gardens, mysterious caves and huge populations of green turtles, manta rays, whale sharks and dolphins.

Also, you can take part in marine conservation programs, venturing out on guided snorkeling tours with marine biologists, tracking and photographing turtles as you track their population.


Maldives is filled with enticing waters from the surface, most of the resorts offers array of watersports including kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, hoverboarding, jet-skiing and wake boarding.

Also, you can take traditional fishing trips, go sailing into the sunset or surf in Ying Yang.

Gastronomic delights

The exquisite cuisine is a highlight for your stay at most of the luxury resorts in the Maldives, each island making up the archipelago contains multiple restaurants and bars ranging from dining to breakfast buffets.

During your Maldives holiday and stay on the luxury resorts, you will enjoy seafood on restaurants overlooking the ocean, private candlelit dinner under the stars, picnics on a deserted island and special treats such as the bottomless ice cream stand at Six Sense Laamu, the creative pancake station and Thai cooking class at Dusit Thani or the decadent chocolate hour at Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru Maldives.

Spas & Wellness Centres

Your holiday on the Maldives can never be over without indulging in a massage or spa treatment. All luxury lodges in the Maldives feature sumptuous spas offering award – winning services and personalized treatments set in gorgeous locations.

On your gateway, you can get various treatments such as a manicure in a deluxe pod suspended in the air among the palm trees at Dust Thani Maldives.

Best Time to Visit The Maldives

The Maldives Islands are a year – round destination with balmy temperatures and near perennial sunshine, on the archipelago there are two distinct seasons with dry season running from November to April and the wet season from May to October.

The best time to visit the Maldives is during the dry season which has constant sunshine, very little rain and low humidity. November to late December still sees frequent showers however they typically last for a few refreshing hours.

Dry season also presents better diving conditions, February and March are the best months for clear waters and abundant marine life such as Manta rays, whale sharks, dolphins, tropical fish and green turtles.

Still, the wet season is still warm however visitors should expect daily downpours and possible tropical storms. It is possible to swim and dive during the rainy season as the temperatures are at average of 25-29°C.

However, the visibility in the waters is reduced from June to November due to a buildup of plankton.

Diving between September and November, you will have the best chance to spot whale sharks and Manta rays in the Hanifaru Bay, surfing is also best during the wet season.

What to Pack for the Maldives Holiday

The Maldives experience balmy temperatures sitting around 25 to 30°C throughout the year, while packing you need to be prepared for the tropical climate and any dress codes for fine dining restaurants.

Note: The Maldives archipelago is a Muslim country and you will need to dress conservatively while outside of the resorts, also domestic and sea plane flights usually have luggage limit of 20 kilograms per person and it is best to use a soft case to maximize the space.

Here is what you should pack for a holiday in the Maldives

  • Long, loose fitting clothes in light colors and fabrics to protect you from heat, insect bites and more conservative dress when outside the resorts
  • Fine dresses for fine – dinning experiences
  • Light Kaftan or scarves to cover up after a day in the sun
  • Hat and sunglasses
  • Sandals or flip-flops
  • Waterproof day bag
  • Toiletries such as sun scream, insect repellent, after – sun, bite relief cream and lip balm.
  • Camera, extra memory and waterproof equipment for taking pictures underwater
  • Reusable water bottle to minimize waste
  • Multi way travel adaptor, the Maldives uses plug type D (three large round pins in a triangular pattern) and operates on a 220V to 240V supply voltage and 50HZ.

Resorts in the Maldives

The Maldives are famed for their luxury exclusive resorts offering unrivalled luxury in a spectacular natural surroundings, each resort on the archipelago is located on its own private island and the only way to reach the islands is by seaplane or speedboat transfers.

Some of the favorite resorts on the Maldives focus on sustainable and socially responsible practices without compromising on the first-class standard of luxury.

Six Senses Lamu

This is the only resort in the Laamu Atoll, the resort runs a range of fantastic environmental initiatives throughout their property while offering superb luxury. 

Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru Maldives

The resort is located on a private island surrounded by deserted islands, the resort features private plunge pools, private wine cellars, glass bottomed villa floors, outdoor showers, direct ocean access, beachfront gym and unique dining experiences.

Lux* South Ari Atoll

This is the only resort on the stunning Dhidhoofinolhu Island, the resort is surrounded by astonishing natural beauty. There is a 5-star PADI Dive Centre, a resident whale sharks and dazzling marine life and one of the largest watersports sites in the Maldives, all accompanied by luxurious overwater villas and exceptional service.

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