The Uma holiday travel and tours offers you that, The Maldives consists of 1,190 islands located in the Indian Ocean, southwest of India. They offer seclusion, breathtaking ocean views, and the most luxurious overwater villas in the World. Amazing scuba diving, snorkeling, and surfing help make the Maldives a unique and fantastic beach destination. The Maldives are a perfect destination for honeymoons, anniversaries, or for those simply looking for a romantic getaway. Families are also well
catered for, with many resorts offering great multi-bedroom villas that are located both on the beach and overwater. With great food, service, villas, and resort facilities, it’s no surprise that the Maldives is one of the most popular destinations for those seeking the ultimate beach vacation.Weather in the Maldives is nice year-round. There are two main seasons, winter months tend to be drive (October through April) and summer months are typically a little more humid (May through September). When rain falls, it often falls for an hour or so in the afternoon or evening. Bad storms are uncommon in the Maldives making it a great year-round destination. Peak season in the Maldives is from Christmas through New Year’s. Reservations do need to be made well in advance around peak season and also around Easter. Rates are least expensive from May through September. Transfers to resorts in the Maldives are by seaplane, speedboat, or a combination of domestic flight and speedboat. Resorts closest to the airport are accessed by speedboat operated 24-hours a day. Resorts outside of speedboat range are accessed via seaplane. Seaplanes only fly during daylight hours so if your international flight arrives after 5:00 PM you will need to overnight at an airport hotel before flying to your resort the following morning. Resorts located the furthest away are accessed via a domestic flight and then a speedboat ride. Domestic flights will operate late at night.
The Maldives is a tropical nation in the Indian Ocean composed of 26 ring-shaped atolls, which are made up of more than 1,000 coral islands. It’s known for its beaches, blue lagoons and extensive reefs. The capital, Malé, has a busy fish market, restaurants and shops on the main road, Majeedhee Magu, and 17th-century Hukuru Miskiy (also known as Friday Mosque) made of carved white coral.