The Maldives is a well known honeymoon location, idyllic with its turquoise waters, white sandy beaches and colourful coral reefs. It’s the perfect setting for couples to celebrate an amazing time together. Flights start at around £400 a small price to pay to experience a little bit of luxury.

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  • The Maldives have the perfect climate to house over 3000 amazing coral reefs home to over 1000 species of tropical fish and other underwater creatures. If you love to dive and explore the colourful scenery and creatures the coral reefs are full of in abundance of then the Maldives is the perfect place to take your honeymoon.
  • If a traditional relaxing beach honeymoon surrounded with white sands and nothing but the sound of waves is your idea of heaven then the Maldives is where you can experience all this and more. Why not have a little help relaxing in one of the many amazing spas the Maldives Islands all have to offer, designed with couple in mind they are the perfect place to experience total relaxation and happiness together.
  • Dining in the Maldives is a truly magical experience whether you choose a meal together under the stars on a moon lit beach surrounded with nothing but lapping waves and the flicker of a candle or whether you want to be wined and dined whilst touring the islands turquoise waters on a cruise ship. The Maldives offers just about any cuisine you can think of so it’s just a case of picking the perfect spot to share it together to make the experience truly memorable.

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Best Time of Year to go to the Maldives

sunshineThe best time of year to visit the Maldives is during their dry season which starts the end of October and lasts until the end of March. Visiting the Maldives any other month of the year will be hot and sunny however it’s also monsoon season and showers have been known to last from a couple of hours to several days. With the uncertainty of when a shower could fall it’s best to avoid the wet season.

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