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WHEN TO GO TO THE MALDIVES

Hot all year round, the Maldives can be enjoyed at any time of the year. It has a beautiful tropical climate and the best of the best time to visit is our winter between October - April. The south-west monsoon, traditionally between May - September, brings a little more frequent tropical rainfall but is one of the most popular times to visit. Our favourite months to visit are May and September, which fall in low season and offer remarkable value, but still endless days of sunshine.

Maldives Flight Information

British Airways offer a direct non-stop service to the Maldives from London Gatwick 3 times a week when travelling between the months of October and March. Alternatively you can fly indirect to Male from London Heathrow or Gatwick which combines a great city beach itinerary. Emirates fly via Dubai, Qatar fly via Doha, Etihad fly via Abu Dhabi and Sri Lankan Airlines fly via Colombo.

Maldives Travel Tips

Health Requirements - No compulsory vaccinations. Typhoid vaccination is recommended - seek advice from your doctor.

Visa Requirements - A Tourist Visa (30 days validity) is issued on arrival free of charge.

Time Difference - GMT +5 hours

Travel Time -13 hours from the UK

Currency - Maldivian Rufiya. Payments in hotels can be made in US Dollars or major credit cards.

Language -The national language is Dhivehi. English is widely spoken.

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Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!

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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!