Sea Plane to The Maldives
Island time is the best time
The Maldives' stunning islands are known for pristine white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and abundant marine life. What's not to like, and what better way to start your journey than by seeing this sight from the skies as you make your James Bond entrance.
Time wasted on a beach in the Maldives is time well spent. There is no better place to eat well, keep active and totally disconnect.
Home to some of the most beautiful and isolated islands in the world.
Getting to the Maldives is easy. Direct flights from Europe are available to Malé International Airport. Once landing, the final journey to your resort island is either a boat or seaplane transfer - or both.
When to go
The Maldives' position on the equator gives it all-year-round warm temperatures between 25-32 degrees. Rainfall does vary though the year, meaning the dry months (November to May) are the most popular time to travel.
- The Dry Season is from December to April.
- The Wet Season is from June to October.
- The Shoulder Months are November & May.
The Maldives boasts a rich cultural mix because of its position on the historical spice route. The food is heavily influenced by South India and Sri Lanka, featuring a lot of chilli, lime and coconut. The traditional Maldivian drums known as 'bodu beru' and the accompanying dance come from Africa. Many of the country's traditions come from the Middle East in line with Muslim customs.