Discover the sunny side of life in an island nation of tropical bliss, embraced by a crystal clear ocean that attracts travellers seeking tranquillity and peace from every corner of the world. The Maldives is also famed for its idyllic honeymoon atmosphere, as newlywed couples flock in search of romance and adventure in the sun.
Sunshine and Joy
Wondering what is the best time to reserve luxury villas in Maldives for travellers? Honeymooners are at an advantage as the island nation is blessed with tropical weather all year long and therefore, adventurous lovebirds can set off on their next adventure in Atmosphere Kanifushi soon after their nuptial ceremonies. However, the best time to visit the Maldives is often considered as the time between November and April to steer clear of the monsoon season.
Experience boundless holiday options in the Maldives. A honeymoon on one of the islands will be nothing short of aquatic fun in the sun, as you will be spending a considerable portion of your time connecting with the ocean. Some of the most sought-after water sports in the Maldives are flyboarding, kneeboarding, banana boat riding, kite surfing, jet skiing, parasailing and snorkelling, among many others.
The Instagrammable Clicks
The Maldives is home to views that take your breath away. So, why not click an Instagrammable picture or two to spice up your photo grid as you walk down the road of love? Sail away to the Banana Reef, explore the small town of Male, visit the ever-so-blue Bandaara Kilhi Lake, pay your respects at the Tsunami monument and dine underwater at the Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, taking home memories to savour for a lifetime.
A Unique Culinary Expedition
The Maldives has their own way of expressing themselves through food. The island nation is an expert in cooking up traditional food, also known as the Dhivehi cuisine, infused with intense traditional flavours, garnished with influences from neighbouring countries. Some of the most popular dishes in the Maldives are Garudhiya (fish soup), Mas Huni (shredded smoked tuna), Boshi Mashuni (banana flower salad), Reef Fish Cutlets, Kulhi Boakibaa (fish cake) and many more.