A collection of private island resorts speckled throughout the tranquil Indian Ocean, a luxury Maldives holiday will open your eyes to impossible beauty and captivate you with its island paradise.
An obvious choice for a holiday of a lifetime, expect crystal clear waves which you can dip into from your overwater villa, sand that’s as soft as clouds and a diverse range of restaurants and amenities that caters to all visitors from honeymooning couples to families with young children.
For romance, you’re quite simply spoilt for choice. All resorts provide secluded havens which are perfect for couples who want to reconnect. Whether you opt for a beach villa, a bungalow perched on stilts over the sparkling lagoon, or even a private island away from the main resort that’s only accessible by boat, you’re sure to never want to leave. It’s an ideal choice for a honeymoon destination
On the other end of the scale, what many may not know is that Maldives is also exceptional for families. Many islands provide dedicated children’s facilities including kids’ clubs, healthy child-friendly menus, and entertainment. From learning about the rehabilitation of turtles and how to grow fresh herbs to playing games and being creative with arts and crafts, there’s a programme designed to educate and fascinate all ages while at the same time ensuring that everyone is having fun.
If your dream holiday is centred around food, you’re in the right corner of the world. The Maldives has an exciting medley of food types, taking influences not just from its neighbours but also your favourite culinary nations. And, to enjoy the gastronomy to the fullest, you’ll be pleased to hear that there are dedicated all-inclusive resorts, as well as full board and half board dining options at many islands.
There’s an abundance of activities for all ages to enjoy while holidaying in the Maldives. The most popular activities are water-based and include stand-up paddleboarding, canoeing, surfing and more. Beneath the blue waters, Maldives is a vast wonderland of enchanting coral reefs and fascinating marine life including manta rays, sea turtles, whale sharks and more. You can discover this magnificent scene through the looking glass in one of six underwater restaurants, on a snorkelling adventure or supervised scuba diving excursion. On dry land, you can also turn your hand to cookery classes, relax with a spa treatment, enjoy an outdoor cinema experience on the beach or embark on a Robinson Crusoe adventure with a private picnic on a neighbouring sandbank. You can holiday at your own pace, eat until your heart is full and return again and again as no trip to the Maldives is ever the same.
The Best Time To Visit The Maldives
The best time to visit the Maldives is between November and April which is considered the dry season. You can expect clear blue skies, warm waters and little-to-no rainfall. The average temperature for Maldives all year round is between 25°C and 30°C so don’t forget to pack your SPF, even if you’re travelling in the wetter months. To discover our month-by-month weather guide to Maldives, click here
Maldives Twin Centre Holidays
The Maldives complements a range of other destinations and combines well with the United Arab Emirates – namely Dubai
– Sri Lanka
, South Africa
. Winged Boots personal travel managers each hold a minimum 10 years’ experience in organising luxury travel and can create the perfect itinerary to suit you and your travelling party. Alternatively, why settle for just one island? We are experts in planning island-hopping adventures to let you sample the different atolls and give you a true taste of the Indian Ocean.
Maldives Island Transfers
All Winged Boots Maldives package holidays include resort transfers from Mahé. These can vary from seaplane flights direct to your resort, boat transfers (usually a speedboat, catamaran, or yacht) and also a domestic flight with either a speedboat or shared luxury yacht transfers. Your transfers will be outlined to you by your dedicated personal travel manager at time of quotation.
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