peak season

Nov - Apr


The sunny side of life

The most tranquil cluster of islands in the Indian Ocean spanning across the equator, this small country consists of 1192 small islands stretching along a length of 871 kilometres. The total area of the country is 90,000 square kilometres, but only 298 square kilometres of that is dry and, with the remaining 99.7% of the country submerged in its trademark turquoise waters. The countries unique geography is as mesmerising as it is tranquil, with rainbow colour reefs glistening its calm shallow waters with bands of jewel like colour, while the whitest of soft sand is layered between the shallow waters and the tropical Maldivian sun. Only 200 of the islands are inhabited, ensuring the preservation and conservation of the remaining 80% of the countries islands. What makes Maldives truly unique is that it is home to around 5% of the world’s reefs, home to thousands of species of stunning tropical fish. The rich nutrients in the warm waters also lure in larger pelagic fish, with manta rays and whale sharks also making the Maldives their home.

2021 COVID updates
last updated 11/11/21

All visitors (except children under the age of one) must present a negative PCR test for COVID-19 on arrival to Maldives. The test and negative PCR certificate must be issued no more than 96 hours prior to departure. Tourists will be tested for COVID on arrival to the Maldives and if the result is negative, are not subject to the mandatory quarantine. Once at their destination island, guests will not be allowed to transfer to another island unless they are fully vaccinated (apart from Male when they depart).

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