Enriched with enchanted turquoise waters and fascinating coral reefs, Maldives islands are famous for it’s unique beauty.Once visited travelers definitely visit these mesmerizing islands again.
“I first came to the Maldives with no idea how different it was to the rest of the world, how fragile or challenging life seems here at the mercy of the sea, with so few resources locally available. I instantly formed a bond of respect and friendship with the people who make these inhospitable coral islands home. It’s such a contradiction that this is also where to find some of the world’s most luxurious hotel properties, and this is a paradox – among many – that I continue to enjoy every time I return to this astonishing, beautiful country.” (Lonely Planet-Tom Masters, Writer)
Maldives usually has 8 hours of sun per day and it’s difficult to predict the weather.Rain can happen in no time without a warning.As maldives is located in the equater it gets sunshine throughout the day.Daily temprature ranges from 31c at day time to 23C at night.Usually the peak season in Maldives wil be November and April.