Maldives is an island nation in the Indian Ocean formed by a chain of 1,900 coral islands grouped into 26 atolls southwest of Sri Lanka and India. The archipelago has a strategic location astride and along major sea lanes in Indian Ocean. Truly a natural wonder, the height of the islands rarely reach above two meters. Formed above peaks emerging from the depths of the ocean, upon layers of both living and dead coral, and remnants of other marine life, the islands are generally covered with dense tropical vegetation. Coconut palms towering above dense shrubs and hardy plants protecting the shores from erosion are natural features in most islands. The islands are surrounded by shallow crystal clear lagoons enclosed by coral reefs that provide visitors with one of the most breathtaking views of underwater life in the world.
Also spelled Male’, island and atoll, capital of the Maldives, Indian Ocean. It lies on Male Atoll, about 400 miles (645 km) southwest of Sri Lanka.
The resort is just 8 kilometers from Malé International Airport, located on the exotic Emboodhu Finolhu Island, in the middle of one of the largest lagoons in the Maldives
Fly to Malé International Airport, from where you catch a luxury speedboat that takes 15 minutes to reach the resort, available 24 hours.
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Best time to visit
Maldives has two distinct seasons; dry season (January to March) and wet season (from mid-May to November). The weather in the Maldives cannot get better: sunlit days, breezy nights, balmy mornings, and iridescent sunsets. The temperature hardly ever changes, with the average temperature at about 30 degrees Celsius throughout the year, and the sun being a lovely lamp in the sky on most days.