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MALDIVES
  • CURRENCY Malaysian Ringitt
  • LANGUAGE Dhivehi
  • WEATHER
  • FLYING TIME 10 hrs 10 mins
  • TIME ZONE GMT + 5
  • AIRLINE British Airways

In the Maldives you loose your sense of time. By day 5 you will not even know what day of the week it is.

Holiday Offers

Below is a selection of our most popular Maldives Holiday Offers. At Inspiration Holidays we take pride in not only offering an exceptionally high standard of service, but also the best value for money on Maldives holidays. You will be able to view more Maldives holiday deals on the offers page. If you can't find the Maldives deal you are looking for, please call one of our Maldives reservations consultants on 0203 51 51 651

Destination Overview

About 30 years ago, a group of scientists said the Maldives would disappear within 20 years. For many, a holiday to the Maldives become epitomised as the ultimate must visit destination because within a generation it simply would not exist.

Fortunately for us today, Maldives holidays are still an option, and hoteliers continue to expand with multiple new developments scheduled for opening over the next 5 years reaffirming their faith in the future of this island nation. But don’t get too complacent. Sea levels are still rising, and that means that land mass is still being consumed yearly. Whilst we are probably in no danger of loosing the Maldives within the next 30 years, as more land is lost, land that remains will become more expensive. It should not them come as a surprise, that within a generation, prices for Maldives holidays will be as outrageous as the ostentation that has over taken the resorts that make up this island paradise.

Unlike the islands of the coast of Malaysia and Thailand, the Maldives is not a volcanic Island that has risen as a result of colliding plates. The Islands that make up the Maldives are actually deposited on the tops of coral reefs, which means that the highest place in the Maldives is a mere 8 meters above sea level- a holiday to the Maldives will certainly not satisfy mountain enthusiasts. This unique geography has allowed for some outrageously luxury resorts to open over the last decade. Each tiny Island is home to a single resort, and each resort is spread out across the island with villas ranging in size and facility options. And because each resort is its own island, most villas are either on the beach or a few seconds walk from it.

Those that have been on holiday to the Maldives will describe the crystal clear waters, and the unique shade of turquoise that colours the water surrounding the islands. Even those who have never been on holiday to the Maldives will recognise images of the Island paradise instantly as being something quite different to every other island resort the world has to offer. And this is perhaps the crux of it. The Maldives is truly unique. There are many islands in tropical climates with nice beaches and hotels- but the combination of sugar white sand, warm waters and secluded islands protected by coral reefs is unique to the Maldives.

Another unique characteristic of the Maldives is the loss of a sense of time. Go on a two week holiday to the Maldives and by day 5 you will not even know the day of the week without asking- that is, if you even remember how many days you have been on holiday! Loosing track of time however in no way means getting board. Cheap Maldives holidays do not exists, and the hoteliers know that- so they make sure that their guests get everything that they would expect for the sums they have spent. This means the resorts are packed with facilities from Water-sports to land based group activities. Dining on most Islands is an event in itself, and one that can easily take out 2 hours from your schedule. Considering that you do this three times a day, you are only left with 10 hours to lounge by the pool or the sea under the sun!

There are of course some people who simply cannot fathom the idea of being stuck on an island for two weeks- however beautiful the surroundings. Even these people however love the Maldives but as part of a multi centre holiday rather than a holiday in its own right. With an increasing number of airlines flying to the Maldives, you have the choice of a stop over in Dubai, Abu Dhab, Istanbul, Singapore, Sri Lanka and various cities in India. Sri Lanka tends to be the most popular combination choice destination with the Maldives, but Dubai is probably the most popular actual stopover destination because of the number of flights on offer combined with the array of hotels available.

Our Recommended Hotels in
MALDIVES

Coco Bodu Hithi

£1845.00
7 nights with flights

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When to visit Maldives

Do you need inspiration for when to go on holiday to Maldives? Give the team of experts at Inspiration Holidays a call and we will help you plan your Maldives holiday at the best time of year for your requirements. Although our Maldives holiday search tool will allow you to search for Maldives holiday prices upto 11 months in advance, we can also price holidays to Maldives for 2020 and 2021. We can advise on the best time to travel on your Maldives holiday based on Maldives weather, special events in Maldives or even when the crowds in Maldives are at their lowest.

LATEST NEWS

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The Waldorf Astoria is coming to the Maldives

Waldorf Astoria sits at the top of the pyramid in the Hilton group’s portfolio of brands for luxury, decadence, service and style. Hilton Hotels have signed an agreement to manage a brand new r...

Posted 14/01/2019 12:25