Visiting in Maldives
The coral country Maldives is filled with thrilling activities for all tourists. Maldives offers natural sandy beaches, blooming reef fishes, lucid lagoons, palm-fringed islands, and splendid water villas. The country of Maldives is perfect for luring honeymooners and holidaymakers with family or friends. Adventure seekers in the Maldives can engage in deep-sea diving, and yacht sailing on Bandos Island, romance seekers to enjoy a couple massage and candlelight dinner on Vilingili Resort Island, and shopaholics to enjoy shopping in the famous local market, and food lovers to dine with a view at Ithaa Undersea Restaurant. The HP Reef and Banana Reef make the perfect destination for diving, Grand Friday Mosque and Islamic Center for spirituality, Majeedhee Magu and STO Trade Centre for shopping, and Mulee'age Palace and National Museum for glorious insight into the past of Maldives. You can check on major places to visit in Maldives.
Best Time to Visit Maldives
The Maldives loves a hot, warm climate adjusted by cooling winds. We will experience balmy mornings and sun-filled days which are followed by star-filled nights. The temperature stays at about 30 degrees Celsius year-round. The Maldives has a very unique wet and dry season. The months between May and November are the damp months with naturally higher rainfall, particularly on the Southern Islands. During this time, we may also sometimes experience quite high winds and stormy conditions. Saying that, during these months, the temperature is still lovely and warm and we will also have a good chance of sunshine between the showers. The dry season is between January and April. It is also less humid during this time.
Maldives Visa Information
Tourist Visa is granted for all nationalities on arrival so foreigners traveling to Maldives does not require pre-approval for visa. On arrival, the Department of Immigration will cross-check and verify your details, and if your information and documents look good, you will be granted with tourist visa to enter Maldives. The travelers must meet basic entry requirements on arrival.
A valid passport with at least one month of validity
Confirmed accommodation proof in Maldives
A recent passport-size photograph with a white background
Bank statements indicating sufficient funds for your stay in the Maldives
Return flight to your origin country
Vaccination against covid-19
Food And Accommodation
Food in Maldives
While traveling in Maldives, Food is the main thing for any traveler. The traditional cuisine of Maldives is called Divehi Cuisine which holds a wonderful array of tastes and flavors. Since Maldives is mostly at sea, the major food in Maldives is sea fish. Coconut is a major part of Maldivian food used in different forms like milk, oil, or grated on the top of dishes.
Since the food in Maldives is a fusion of its neighboring countries like India and Sri Lanka, Maldivian foods are generally mild and spicy. While eating in local areas, be prepared to indulge in spicy curries, fish soups, wonderful crunchy snacks, and delicious Chapati bread. Besides this, fruits such as mangoes, papayas, and pineapples grow abundantly, as a result, you'll get unique, fresh, and tropical-style cuisines.
Accommodation in Maldives
Accommodation in the Maldives is offered at resorts, city hotels, guesthouses, and safari vessels for luxury to budget travelers. Whether planning a solo trip, honeymoon, or get-together with friends or families, you'll stay in resorts or hotels that offer great amenities, and scenic, views, and are close to beautiful beaches.