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Itinerary Inspiration

The Maldives Islands are as magical as they are beautiful. Located in the Indian Ocean, the chain of 2,000 islands are made up of an archipelago of coral reef atolls. Its azure waters and crystalline lagoons create a secluded paradise that attracts adventurers, divers and honeymooners. From the resort islands to quaint fishing villages to its infamous glow-in-the-dark beach, the charm of this tropical nation will capture the hearts of all who visit.

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: UTC +5 hours (no DST)
Official Language: Maldivian Dhivehi
Other Language: English spoken in the tourism and travel industry
Currency: USD accepted at most shops - Maldivian Rufiyaa
Currency Exchange: Available at banks and large hotels
Credit Cards: Accepted in most hotels and resorts
Entry Requirements: A passport with at least 1 months validity
A pre-paid hotel booking/accommodation
Sufficient funds to last for the intended period of stay in Maldives
Confirmed onward/return tickets
Completed & submitted Traveler Declaration 24 hours prior to arrival -
Local Laws: Western customs are practiced on resort islands
Best Times to Visit: December to March

Maldives Honeymoons

With an array of small islands, surrounded by sparkling blue lagoons and sugar white sands, you'll be able to island hop by boat. Accommodations vary by island. Stay in an overwater villa or choose from a myriad of hotels and resorts. Maldives honeymoon packages range from a spa day to glass bottom boat tour to inter-island flight. While the Maldives are an Islamic nation, the resort islands offer honeymooners a romantic escape without the local restrictions.

Destination Weddings in the Maldives

Refreshing ocean breezes, soft white sands, swaying palm trees and the exotic charm of the Maldives Islands will help make your destination wedding dream come true! Many hotels and resorts provide wedding packages and offer the services of a wedding coordinator so you can say, "I do" overlooking a turquoise lagoon or timed perfectly to the sun sinking below the water's horizon.

Climate & Weather

The Maldives Islands have a tropical climate and sunshine year-round. Ocean breezes are known to cool the daytime heat and humidity, making the evenings pleasantly refreshing. The dry season is from December to March. Expect warm temperatures but heavy rainfall from May to November.