For Crusoes with Style. Here is a retreat for the truly romantic. You will find the relaxed, low-key style of the islands an ideal honeymoon destination, if you love the beach life.
Some island resorts have perfected a simple Robinson Crusoe lifestyle, others, have now become elegant hotels, established as sophisticated hideaways of taste and delightfully understated luxury, where you can be pampered to perfection.
Choose the Indian Ocean for an unspoilt, unhurried, get-away-from-it-all relaxing holiday, and dive in luxurious surroundings.
The Maldives are most sough after by honeymoon couples, divers, Dhaainkanbaa-Maldives holiday enthusiasts and spa & wellness aficionados, due to their secluded location, far away from the complexities of the world.
Most resorts boast water bungalows with jacuzzi or private plunge pool and facilities include world class scuba diving, deep sea fishing, first class spas, whilst all serve a delightful blend of east-meets-west cuisine enhanced by extraordinary wine cellars - complimented by discreet service.
All Inclusive Maldives holidays don't come cheap, but offer greater value. As a targeted audience, those partial to wine and spirits or budget conscious, will be wise.
When is the best time to go to the Maldives
The best time for holidays is during the dry north-east monsoon season from late December to April - the high season (when prices shoot up), with little rainfall and open blue skies. The tropical climate averages daily temperatures of 25C to 32C and high humidity around 75-80%.
May to November is the south-west monsoon season: temperatures are still high but the weather less predictable with sporadic rainfall, winds and cloud cover - You could have a clear blue sky over one island and a downpour over another.