There are more than 1100 islands in 26 atolls in Maldives, its blue sea and white sand beaches can be seen clearly from the sky and we can assure you that to date you have never seen anything so beautiful from an airplane.
Of the more than 1000 islands that make up the Maldives, only 200 of them are inhabited and almost half are 100% dedicated to the tourism sector.
So you can imagine how dedicated they are to taking care of the tourist of luxury family travel Destinations in the Maldives and making their stay in paradise be basically that making you feel like Adam and Eve.
When is the best time to visit Maldives?
We can say that the temperature in the Maldives is stable almost all year round. Between 27º and 31ºC. In Maldives we can say that there are two seasons:
The Dry Monsoon: from November to April. Days are usually sunnier and the probability of rain is lower. It also coincides with the high season, so the prices are higher.
The Wet Monsoon: from May to October. The rainfall is short and abundant and then the sun comes out again, although you can have several hours of the day with cloudy skies. If you are lovers of diving, this is the best time for you to visit this Family Travel Destination.
On the history of Maldives
According to local beliefs, the first stable inhabitants of the Maldives were the Redin, sailors who worshiped the sun and fearful of the existence of evil spirits, whom they call jinns.
Currently, the only existing religion in the Maldives is Islam, although the evidence of its solar religious past highlights the fact that many of the mosques in Maldives are oriented towards the sun and not towards Mecca as in the rest of Muslim countries.
The language of the Maldives is known as Dhivehi. It comes from an ancient form of Sinhalese, from Sri Lanka, but with Arabic influences.
Also, there are several different dialects throughout the country. Maldivians are very helpful and caring and will appreciate it if you thank them in their language.
But if learning Dhivehi is not among your goals this year, don’t worry, English is spoken fluently in all the hotels and luxury holiday destinations you visit.
Drinking in Maldives
As for the drinks, most are imported, the only indigenous drink consists of a juice from the trunks of palm trees. Tea is one of the favourite beverages of the Maldivians, and they prepare it in multiple ways. So a tea is always a good option.
Alcohol is not allowed outside hotels and it is practically impossible to get outside of them.
The island itself is beautiful, pure jungle. Its lush vegetation makes it sometimes seem that you have returned to Costa Rica, so do not forget to put on all the insect repellent bracelets that you have put in your suitcase.
Dhigali, in addition to the torrential rain, will also give you one of the most spectacular sunsets you will ever see. A pink sunset will leave you speechless, if you add to this the chill-out bar on the Isla Travel To Maldives: What To Expect From Paradise? and will become one of the most idyllic moments of luxury family travel.
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