Packages to Maldives

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Maldives has deep blue seas, turquoise reefs, white sandy beaches and palm trees. It is also a place full of character, where its people have long spent their days languishing in the very essence of idyll living. While it is the perfect place to sit on a beach and watch a sunset with a cocktail balanced on your hand, it is also a geographical marvel, knowing that there are thousands of fish swimming around the vivid corals just a few feet away from where you sit.

The Maldives lies in two rows of atolls in the Indian Ocean, just across the equator. The country is made up of 1,190 coral islands formed around 26 natural ring-like atolls, spread over 90,000 square kilometers.

Each atoll in the Maldives is made of a coral reef encircling a lagoon, with deep channels dividing the reef ring. A string of islands take their places among this atoll ring; each island has its own reef encircling the island lagoon. The reefs of the islands, alive with countless types of underwater creatures and vibrant corals, protect the islands from wind and wave action of the surrounding vast oceans. This unique structure of reefs and channels makes navigation almost impossible for the passer-by without sufficient information about these waters.

Featured Resorts

Six Senses Laamu


Five Star Superior

Laamu Water Villa
Available meal plans: bed & breakfast, half board & full board.

Gili Lankanfushi


Five Star Luxury

Overwater Villa
Available meal plans: bed & breakfast, & half board.

Constance Halaveli


Five Star Superior

Overwater Pool Villa
Available meal plans: breakfast, half board, & all inclusive.

Property List

List of properties based on resort category


Gili Lankanfushi, Four Seasons Voavah, Joali, One&Only Reethi Rah, Veela Private Island & more


Amilla Fushi, Anantara Kihavah, Ayada Maldives, Baros Maldives, Cocoa Island by COMO, Conrad Maldives Rangali, Constance Halaveli, Fairmont Sirru Fen Fushi, Four Seasons Kuda Huraa, Four Seasons Landaa Giravaru, JA Manafaru, Kanuhura, LUX* North Male Atoll, Maalifushi by COMO, Shangri-La’s Villingili, Six Senses Laamu, The Residence Maldives & more


Amari Havodda, Anantara Dhigu Resort, Anantara Kihava, Anantara Veli Resort, Angsana Ihuru, Atmosphere Kanifushi, Coco Body Hithi, Constance Moofushi, Drift The Veliga Retreat, Dusit Thani, Hurawalhi, InterContinental Maldives, Lily Beach, OZEN by Atmosphere, Sheraton Full Moon, Taj Exotica, Velassaru Maldives, W Retreat Fesdu, & more


Adaaran Prestige Water Villas, Angsana Velavaru, Centara Grand Island Resort & Spa, Fushifaru, Gangehi, Kandima, Veligandu, & more


Centara Ras Fushi, Filitheyo Island Resort, Holiday Inn Kandooma, Holiday Island, Riu Atoll, Taj Coral, & more

Here are some frequently asked questions on travel to Maldives

Maldives FAQ

Q1When is the best time to travel to the Maldives?

The Maldives weather is tropical: hot, and humid. It enjoys pleasant temperatures all year round that feature two main weather conditions, the dry and rainy season. The dry season is between end of October until end of March and the rainy season is between end of April and end of October. As in most parts of the world, it is impossible to make precise forecasts, but even in the rainy season the sun can shine most of the time.

Q2One of our hotels is based on half board. What does this mean?

Half board simply means two meals will be provided. These meals are usually breakfast and dinner, unless otherwise specified.

Q3What kind of medical precautions should I take before visiting Maldives?

Specific vaccinations are not required for entry in Maldives. However, it is recommended that all of your vaccinations are up-to-date one month prior to your departure.
For further consultation, you may refer to one of the travel clinics provided by Health Canada.
For a more comprehensive guide to health travel in Maldives, you may refer to information provided by the CDC: Centers for Disease Control/Prevention.

Q4Can I charge my cell phone or camera in Maldivian standard outlets?

The electrical sockets use 220-240 volts. Type C (European two prong) is the commonly used outlet in Maldives. If it is necessary to use the outlets, we recommend bringing a universal adapter.

Q5Will I require a visitor's visa in Maldives?

No prior visa is required to enter the Maldives and based on immigration requirements, entry permits will be granted on arrival. Canadian passport holders must have a valid passport 6 months beyond the date of return.
Visitors entering the Republic of Maldives should fulfill the following requirement for the grant of an entry permit into the country:
– Possession of a valid international travel document issued by the Government of a Sovereign State.
– Possession of a valid return air ticket to a destination where the passenger has permission to enter, together with necessary visas for the onward journey to the next destination.
– Possession of minimum of US$150.00 per person per day or confirmed hotel reservation for the intended period of stay in the Maldives. Following are exempted from this requirement.
You may contact the Maldivian Embassy or Consulate if you have any questions or concerns regarding visa requirements.

Q6Is tipping appreciated in Maldives? If so, how much?

Yes, tipping is appreciated in Maldives. Luggage porters can be tipped around 1-5 USD. Transfer representatives also appreciate tipping as an incentive. As well, servers in restaurants appreciate 5% on top of a 10 % service fee from the bill.

Q7Can I drink tap water and other drinks? And what kind of food should I avoid?

It is recommended that you solely drink bottled or boiled water, beverages from cans or sealed bottles. You should avoid fruits that you cannot peel yourself, ice in beverages, and undercooked food or food that is no longer piping hot. It is also NOT recommended that you eat food from food stalls located in the streets. Also, avoid unpasteurized dairy products.

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