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Located in the serene Indian Ocean, just 200 miles north of the equator, the Maldives is a true bucket-list destination. It’s formed of 26 atolls and almost 1,200 islands, and is everything you imagine it to be. Think powdery white sand, tropical coral reefs, and tranquil resorts surrounded by turquoise water.

All this combines to create one of the most beautiful destinations on the planet. With its picture-perfect beaches and five-star resorts, it's unsurprising that the Maldives has become a haven for honeymooners, searching for a luxurious week of uninterrupted isolation. But holidays to the Maldives aren't just reserved for couples. Families will also love the top-notch accommodation, incredible marine life and huge range of watersports. Plus, on your Maldives holiday, you can be as active or as laidback as you like. Explore the corals in a glass-bottomed kayak, or take scuba lessons at an official PADI dive centre and swim among sea turtles. Or simply enjoy a relaxing massage at the spa before unwinding on the beach – cocktail in hand – as you watch the sun sink below the horizon.

Fishing, golfing and surfing are others things you can get up to on a Maldives holiday. Or, if you fancy a spot of culture, you can listen to local music during a bodu beru performance. Even getting to your accommodation is a thrilling experience in the Maldives. After landing in the capital Malé, you’ll have to board either a speedboat or a seaplane to transfer to your island escape.

Because most resorts in the Maldives have their own private island, you’ll find they vary somewhat in terms of size and facilities. But whether you're looking for a luxury overwater villa, a romantic hideaway or a family-friendly hotel, our experts can help plan the Maldives holiday that’s right for you.




The Maldives is a nation of islands in the Indian Ocean, that spans across the equator. The country is comprised of 1192 islands that stretch along a length of 871 kilometers. While the country covers an area of approximately 90,000 square kilometers, only 298 square kilometers of that is dry land. The islands are grouped into a double chain of 26 atolls.



While very little is known about the ancient history of the Maldives scholars and historians believe that the Maldives is an old nation populated well over 2500 years ago. The Maldivian race is the result of several waves of settlement from various parts of the Indian subcontinent and thousands of years of interactions of people of different races and ethnicities that crisscrossed the Indian Ocean over several centuries.



Although home to just over half a million people the Maldives has its own unique culture and traditions. While heavily influenced by various cultures around the rim of the Indian Ocean, the Maldivian culture, craft and traditions have been shaped by the island environment and the seas that surround us.



The Maldives has one of the most delicate environments anywhere on the planet. Coral reefs are the foundation of the islands. They offer protection to the tiny islands as its natural defense system, and the country’s economy depends heavily on the health of its reefs and ecosystems.

How to Reach Maldives from India

By Air

Taking a flight to Maldives is the only option for those planning about how to travel to Maldives. Malé Airport is the largest airport in the country. There are 2 airports which carry international flights. Malè Airport on Male’ island and Gan Airport in Addu city are the international airports. Domestic airports are Hanimaadhoo Airport, Kaadedhdhoo Airport, and Kadhdhoo Airport. British Airways, Air India, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Jet Airways and other flights arrive and

By Rail

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By Road

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