Experience the ultimate island getaway and discover a dream-like paradise with luxury holidays to the Maldives.
Each resort offers astounding residences bordering soft sanded shores or atop the rippling waves of the ocean, complimented by decadent dining and unforgettable marine explorations. Spend your time lounging in your private pool, or swim in waters filled with tropical fish. From all inclusive Maldives breaks to the most memorable family holidays, our expert concierge team will find you your dream-like Maldivian paradise.
With a tropical climate, the Maldives enjoys warm weather all year round. Temperatures rarely fall below 20 degrees Celsius, and usually hover around 30. The best time to plan holidays to the Maldives is from December to April, where there is little rain and no humidity.
From May to November, the Maldives blossom with the coming of rain and the vibrant vegetation grows ever more lush. It's a great time for scuba-divers to spot reef sharks and hammerheads, too.
Traditional Maldivian cuisine is primarily inspired by its most abundant local resources: seafood and coconuts. You'll also discover this archepelago's cuisine has been influenced by their closest neighbour - India. As a result, the food here is unbelievably fresh and totally unique.
On luxury all-inclusive Maldives breaks you’ll find things like freshly diced tuna curries, samosas, and sweetened sticky rice. Make sure you sample local specialities like mas huni, a typical Maldivian breakfast of smoked fish with shredded coconut.
For good practice, it's always a good idea to keep a photocopy of your passport in your accommodation. British tourists can get a tourist visa for up to 30 days on arrival. Visit GOV.UK for more advice on passports, visas and travel before you depart on your Maldives holidays.