Maldives Luxury Holidays
Maldives offers some of the best luxury holiday spots on earth, with its megnificent luxury resorts, and its facilities. Today Maldives has indeed very high demand for these resorts which comprise of the some of the world most famous luxury brands, hotels chain. view luxury resorts»
Maldives Honeymoon Holidays
Spend your precious honeymoon in Maldives, for an unforgettable experience with your spouse in a romantic atmosphere, where every setting is a paradise. Maldives offers unparalleled beauty, romantic islands, hideaways, retreats, resorts, and lagoons view honeymoon resorts»
Maldives Family Holidays
Are you willing to take all your loved ones to an unforgettable journey of your life time, yes indeed Maldives is for you, spend with your family in a private islands, a resort beach, eat from azure lagoon view restaurants, go see manta rays with your kids view family resorts»
We have some of the best Boutique Hotels in the world, ideally designed for you, luxury setting, handmade lifestyle, stylish rooms, natural settings, superb restaurants, filled with best amenities, many celebrities already visited these resorts view our boutique resorts
Maldive Diving Holidays
One of the great attractions of the Maldives is the seemingly endless number of top-quality diving options. When combined with its unique islander lifestyle, it is not surprising that divers are lured back again and again to this Indian Ocean Archipelago. Maldives Diving Resorts»
Maldives Surfing Holidays
99 Pecent of Maldives is water and hence there is abundunt availability of water sports facilities in resorts, these include wave surging, windsurfing to many more. We recommend these hotels for serious water sports lovers. view surfing resorts»
The general accommodation types available in the hotels are single and double rooms and the room types can range from simple cottage styled standard rooms to beach front villas and water bungalows. Most of the luxury Maldives spa resorts do have extra definitions into their accommodation facilities, such as a private residence in a tropical small forest or in the lagoon and under water dining restaurants.
Holidays in the Maldives were made for sun, sea and lazy days in tropical climates. You will love the sugar soft sands and magical underwater worlds that await you. The Maldives are famous for their luxurious hotels and beautiful surroundings.
The Maldives are made up of 1,190 coral islands that form an archipelago of 26 major atolls. Each one is fringed with exotic colourful coral and a rainbow of marine life. Step onto the pure white powdery soft sands. Swim in the turquoise lagoons of the Indian Ocean. Dive beneath the enchanting seas and gaze at the schools of kaleidoscopic fish that weave past you.
North Male Atoll - which has the largest number of resorts - is in an idyllic setting, fringed by deserted beaches and peppered with verdant palm trees. The blissful Raa Atoll is also perfect for isolated, un-interrupted holidays to the Maldives. South Ari Atoll and South Male Atoll are also popular destinations.
So other than doing nothing, what else can you get up to here? Why not participate in some watersports? Have a go at surfing, snorkelling or fishing? Also, a trip to the capital, Male, is a must. Pick up some local crafts and souvenirs or visit one of the many historical sites including the old Friday Mosque or the National museum.
If it's paradise on earth you seek, book yourself an all inclusive summer jaunt or last minute winter-sun holiday to the Maldives. You won't be disappointed.
Find the cheapest late deals to Maldives leaving in the next six weeks. Ever since the first resort was unveiled back in the Seventies, people have flocked to the Maldives in their thousands, In fact, more than half a million visitors touch down here every year. And it’s not surprising really - the whole place is paradise on earth. It’s one of those fantasy destinations where white coral beaches are washed by neon-bright turquoise. Where coral reefs teem with weird and wonderful fish. And palms rise up like supermodels over tropical canopies. Add the trademark water-villas-on-stilts to the mix and you’ve pretty much got the Maldives in a coconut shell. Honeymooners love it here. Sun-worshippers do, too. And a glance into the deep blue will reveal why it’s such a hit with scuba divers. As to the islands themselves, there are hundreds of them, they’re spread out like a string of pearls in the middle of the Indian Ocean - tiny dots often no more than a bouquet of palm trees and a mound of pure white sand. As such, transfers to these castaway shores tend to be by speedboat or even seaplane, which is something of an adventure in itself. Nothing quite prepares you for that initial glimpse of the Maldives as you fly in. From above, it’s as if someone’s piped splodges of cream on to the deep blue of the Indian Ocean. And there’s usually only room enough for one hotel so each island’s effectively a resort in its own right. Every one’s different, every one’s got its own vibe - whether that’s out-and-out luxury or back-to-nature simplicity. But wherever you go, you’re safe in the knowledge the Maldives is the place to discover the art of doing nothing.