Clear blue skies and turquoise blue Oceans and the warmth of the temperate sun is this what you visualize when you think of Maldives? To be honest this is not the climate Maldives always has. Read on to know more about the climate of Maldives.
The archipelago is located close to the equator features stable temperatures throughout the year. The archipelago’s location protects itself from cyclones and the reef formations barricade the islands from rogue waves. Their climate in the Maldives is tropical comprising 2 seasons called monsoons.
Things to remember and accommodation options
Weather forecasts in Maldives are mostly inaccurate and it could rain at any time of the day during both monsoons. Best Maldives resorts the likes of Adaaran Select Meedhupparu have been constructed to accommodate guests during all both the wet and dry season and visiting here during each of the seasons will give you a unique vacation experience.
The summer monsoon in the Maldives is known to be rainy and windy. The season starts around May and extends up to September. During this season, Maldives weather becomes unpredictable and can change in just a few minutes.
Clear skies with less frequent rains and Calm seas are the things you should expect during this season. Even though most of the days during this period will be sunny, few showers and winds are expected. The season extends from late October till the end of April. This is the time visitors can enjoy the perfect tropical weather conditions as seen on media
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