The Maldives is beautiful all year round, but visiting Maldives during November-April can be worth due to dark winters at home.
The Maldives, dotted with ink stains in the clear tropical waters of the Indian Ocean, is an archipelago of more than 1,000 islands, 200 of which are inhabited. A historic honeymoon destination, with intimate privacy on the island, natural beauty, breathtaking sunsets and the next level of service, several new facilities have taken the Maldives to the next level, opening up more solo travel and multi-year holiday vacations. Between the always warm weather, untouched sandy beaches, designer hotels and award-winning restaurants, it is difficult to find fault with this small but great competitor in the winter sun.
When is the best time to travel to the Maldives?
Not a bad time to visit the Maldives, but few places offer such a perfect antidote for long, gloomy winters in the UK. It really has it all: up to eight hours of sunshine a day, an average temperature of around 28 ° C, an ocean full of wildlife and some of the most amazing hotels in the world. The dry season in the Maldives lasts from December to April, and low rainfall and low humidity lead to clear blue skies, cloudless days and still mild evenings. The rainy season begins in May and ends in October, when much more rain falls, and sometimes a strong wind. For divers and divers, visibility is also particularly good during the dry season due to currents coming from the northeast (eastern atolls have the best visibility with whales and rays). Manta is most often observed in August-November). November and April are considered the “idle season” when room and flight prices are lower, and passengers can save a lot of money, and the average temperature is still 31 ° C.