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Future travel plans to Maldives

Future travel plans to Maldives.

If you are a travel junkie and can’t stay put for a long period of time, but you’re  stuck indoors due to the Covid 19 pandemic, I am sure your mind must be wandering to adventurous places and daydreaming about sunny beaches, where you’re sipping on a cocktail and sinking your toes in powder white sand. Well, to be honest I feel the same way too… but here’s an idea, why not use the time you have and get a head start on planning a trip for your next vacation? I’ve been dreaming of a place which has been on my bucket list for eons and as soon as the world is back to normal, I will be travelling to the beautiful Island, Maldives. It’s the perfect place for anyone who is longing for a wonderful Beach holiday or any type of holiday for that matter!

So, if you’re ready to plan your dream beach holiday, a romance filled honeymoon or even a Family trip to Maldives – then you’ve got your mind landed in the right place!

With clear blue waters, warm sunny weather and overwater bungalows attached to many resort islands, the Maldives is a true paradise.

Maldives is a place for anyone and everyone. Depending on your budget, you could choose from the traditional resort route – suitable for honeymooners, families or even loners; or the backpacker local island route – for adventure enthusiasts or anyone on a low budget.

If you want all the luxury and experience Maldives in its truest form, an All-Inclusive Luxury Resort would be the perfect way to go and there is no better place to splurge than in the Maldives. However, more and more budget islands are being added into the Maldives, so it might not be as expensive as you think!

The best time to travel to Maldives is well, mostly anytime, and weather wise, it is practically constant 29-31 Degrees Celsius (80F) all year round – so any month is a good month to visit the Maldives! However, the price of the resorts may vary with the seasons. The dry season is from November to April, and is more expensive than the wet season, which is from May to October. Plus, the most expensive months fall between December and March.

If you’re thinking what to wear during your stay in the Maldives – a destination with wonderful warm weather and pleasant temperatures all year – pack light and flowing fabrics. For the ladies, swimwear, beach cover-ups, maxi dresses, and skirts; for the gents: smart shorts, skinnies, t-shirts, and collared shirts. However, depending on your resort, shoes may or may not be required, but flip flops and sandals will be sufficient for both genders.  

Maldives is a destination full of wonderful things to do. From swimming in the deep blue ocean, which is teeming with marine life and blooming corals to island hopping, many local activities can be enjoyed by anyone who has their heart set on a dreamy beach holiday.

So, once the world is back on its feet, the ability will commence, and if you have decided that Maldives is going to be your next holiday destination, then we at Travel Center UK, have come up with the best holiday deals and cheap flights. So, call us or send us an email and will be glad to assist you with your next holiday destination!

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