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The Maldives is a collection of gorgeous islands that are surrounded by the stunning turquoise ocean. It is home to some of the most glamorous resorts that you’ll find anywhere on the planet. A Maldives holiday offers something for everyone, there are beautiful sandy beaches, sailing, diving, sightseeing and even surfing to entice the entire family. For those who love the sun and want to experience what is often considered to be the best of Maldives weather, it is generally best to visit from December to February, which is the sunniest part of the year and also high season. There should be lots of sun, blue skies and low humidity at this time of year.

Maldives Holidays

However, any time is a good time to visit the Maldives, as temperatures remain warm all year round. From March to April, which is still a popular period, you are heading into the hottest part of the year, and the surfing season begins in March too. A Maldives package holiday will probably cost a little less at this time, though prices can rise at Easter. Both February and March are considered to be excellent months for scuba diving as the visibility is very good.

May to November is considered to be the low season, although the weather is still lovely and warm. Maldives weather may feature the occasional storm or rain, but resorts offer their lowest prices at this time of year. Scuba divers may also see a greater variety of marine life at this time of year too. The Maldives celebrate Independence Day on July 26 each year, so if you like parades and local festivities then that is a date to put in your holiday calendar.

Where is the Maldives located?

The Maldives, officially known as the Republic of Maldives, are an archipelago located in the Indian Ocean. Part of the subcontinent of Asia, the country lies southwest of India and Sri Lanka. The country consists of nearly 1,200 small islands which are grouped in 26 atolls, forming a double chain. More than 80 per cent of Maldives land is comprised of coral islands that are only about 1 metre above sea level. The Maldives span the Equator although most of the islands sit slightly to the north of it. The climate is classified as tropical monsoon, which means that it’s generally hot and humid. With India and Sri Lanka to the north, the African continent lies to the West and Malaysia sits to the East.

Unforgettable Maldives holidays

Find the perfect Maldives holiday for you here at Away Holidays, including luxury holidays to the Maldives and family-friendly resorts. We spend a lot of time evaluating each of the Maldives holidays we offer to ensure that we only present holidays to the Maldives that represent excellent value, and deliver unforgettable experiences to our valued guests.

Whichever holiday you choose, you will find the Maldives breath-taking and you will be warmly embraced by the genuine hospitality that will greet you on arrival. If you want to experience the ultimate Maldives holiday in 2022 or 2023, then please get in touch with a member of our expert team today and start planning a holiday that you’ll never forget.

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