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It's time to book your flight to the Maldives. The Maldives is the smallest country in Asia; one made up of hundreds of tiny islands in the Indian Ocean. This is a country where over one hundred of these magical islands maintain resorts and luxury hotels along the virtually undistrubed white sand beaches. Numerous marine ecosystems and vast tracks of delicate and colourful coral reef make the Maldives one of the most magnificent places in the world for snorkelling and scuba diving.
Calling the Maldives a tropical island paradise is a compliment, but there is much more to this island nation. The Maldives is a holiday destination for your bucket list. The island’s pristine powder-white beaches and crystal clear waters are inviting for any traveller. Imagine snorkelling next to your luxurious overwater bungalow.
The Maldives is the perfect choice for honeymoons, birthday holidays, family holidays or single travellers. Whatever your reason, this is a superb destination for switching off from the hustle and bustle and everyday life stress. You will feel the calmness from the moment you arrive at the resort. You could chill on the beach or snorkel next to your villa and explore the beautiful sea life to start. Perhaps you would also try your hand at fun water sports like water skiing, surfing, kayaking and paddle boating?
Are you considering ticking a magical holiday experience off your bucket list by travelling to the Maldives with cheap flights and every other benefit of a holiday package?
The islands are quiet and relaxed and most contain just a single resort meaning the activities are mostly geared around the one property. This is a destination where visitors come to relax, enjoy the beach and tropical climate. While there’s isn’t much in the way of night life and what the Maldives lacks in shopping or night clubs, is more than made up for in its natural beauty, gorgeous white sand beaches, thrilling water sports and delicate underwater ecosystems.
How much would a trip to the Maldives cost from South Africa?
The cost of your trip depends on the resort, room type and meal basis. Nevertheless, you could work with approximately R25,000 per person on average.
What month is the cheapest to book flights to the Maldives?
The best time to go is between November and April. Their peak months are December and March. So any other month that does not fall over school holidays should be fine.
What is the best time to go to the Maldives?
November to April is the best time to holiday in the Maldives.
What are the top attractions to visit in the Maldives?
All resorts are based on tiny individual islands, so you will rarely find that a client will leave the resort to go to the mainland, not that there is much to do or see on the main island. The top attractions from the resorts are the Dhoni Sunset cruise or Robinson cruise. Generally, snorkelling, diving and surfing on the coral reef breaks are the top attractions. Most of the resorts feed small sharks at certain times, which is a popular attraction.
For what is the Maldives most famous?
It has to be the clear blue waters, the most fantastic snorkelling and diving, as well as the over-the-water villas.
Do you need a visa for the Maldives?
South African passport holders don’t need a visa.
Is the Maldives safe?
Yes, it is a safe holiday destination.
What do I need to bring to the Maldives?
In general, you don't need to bring anything, other than a swimming costume, sunhat and suntan lotion.
Which part of the Maldives is best for a holiday?
Pro divers prefer the north. The southern part of the island has a more relaxed ocean current, and the water is more shallow. But any island in the Maldives is impressive.
What currency should I take to the Maldives?
Their currency is Maldivian Rufiyaa. Most of the resorts accept payment in the US Dollar and the Euro.