Amazing tropical islands of Maldives full of stunning lagoons, beautiful white sand beaches and dazzling underwater coral gardens are reachable more than you thought! If you are looking for luxurous but affordable holidays we have great solution based on Sri Lankan airlines. Maldives, tropical paradise on Earth, are possible to visit for very attractive fare starting already at €380! You will have to look for an open-jaw flights that means you will depart from or return back to different airport than original one. In this case you have to look for routing Rome to Male with return back to Frankfurt (and for a bit higher fare also back to Munich or Dusselforf). You may also consider to return back to London. Such a open-jaw ticket is possible to purchase for Ł349..
Famous for incredible diving opportunities, the Maldives is home to three quarters of the world’s reef fish. Add fantastic luxury hotels, seamless service and world-class spas and discover why holidays to the Maldives are the perfect romantic retreat!
Promotional tariff of Sri Lankan Airlines allows to purchase tickets in travel period between 17th of August and till 10th December 2014. Booking to be done before 15th of July 2014.
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Thanks to various low-costs carriers such as Ryanair or EasyJet you may easily access all these cities which are definitely worth to visit during your trip to Maldives. As for instance you may book one way flight between London and Rome from €36(Ł30). We recommend to use Skyscanner to find our currently most attractive connection flight from your hometown. In case of you prefer classic airlines you may use the service of British Airways which are offering flights from €64(Ł57).
Booking sample of cheap open-jaw flights to exotic Maldives for €380. In this case you would be departing from Rome to Male on 23rd of September. Your return flight from Maldives would be then to Frankfurt on 7th of October 2014.
Once booked cheap flights to Maldives check out these highlights:
Tropical beaches: Utterly peaceful and exotic, the unspoilt sugar white sands of the Maldives leave even the most discerning travellers awe-struck. The beach and sea play a major part of any holiday to the Maldives in 2013, characterised by beautifully formed atolls. A huge array of water-sports are available on each island including kayaking and kite surfing.
Capital city Male: The Maldives’ capital is a surreal place. Over one hundred thousand people live crammed into its grid of colourfully painted apartment blocks, which rise incongruously against the surrounding mantle of turquoise seawater. Most arrivals bypass the town, but it’s fun after so many days marooned on your island to ring the changes and mingle with the locals in the fresh produce markets. The Grand Friday Mosque and National Museum (housed in the former Sultan’s Palace) are the main sights here. You can also stretch your legs by circumnavigating Malé island on foot, which takes only a couple of hours. On the way, look out for the chunky concrete chain of tetrapods which saved the capital from devastation during the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami.
Diving: A pristine diver’s paradise where dazzling underwater coral gardens are home to an assortment of marine life surrounds the islands of the Maldives. All islands have dive centres and they offer courses for amateurs as well as PADI certified.
Island Hopping: With such a wide choice of islands, twin and multicentre holidays are very popular.Travel by seaplane between each for a bird’s eye view, or take an excursion by dhoni (a traditional Maldivian boat) to see local fishing village and what the other atolls have to offer.
Food: The Maldives are paradise for lovers of fresh seafood. Fish is delivered to resort kitchens straight off the reef each morning, and the portions tend to be gargantuan. Lobsters and scallops take centre stage at many midday buffets, and you’ll be offered crab, octopus and prawns too. But for pure tongue-tingling flavour, it’s hard to top a tuna steak served sizzling off a beachside BBQ with nothing more than a sprinkle of salt and twist of sour lime. Local Maldivian cuisine also draws heavily on seafood, with the fish simmered Sri Lankan-style in gravies of coconut milk and tamarind juice.
Best Time to visit Maldives:
While planning your pleasure trip to the island of Maldives, it is important to be aware about the best time to visit Maldives. The most important factor that needs to be borne in mind is the weather and seasonal climatic conditions. Another deciding factor is that whether you prefer sunny summers or the wet rainy seasons. However, this wonderful island with its green vegetation, white beaches & tranquil atolls remains interesting round the year. Read on to know more about Maldives peak time.
Being an equatorial region means that Maldives has one more or less constant season, and in this case it’s a constant monsoon. The variation is only a question of less or more: December to March (‘iruvai’) the rains are less severe, April to November (‘hulhangu’) it can get squally and intensely wet.
Winters here are very pleasant and there is adequate sunshine. But, if you wish to fully savor the charm of Maldives and enjoy a few more hours of sunshine, then the ideal time to visit Maldives is during the months of December to April. It is the peak time for resorts, as they are in great demand. You can also enjoy various sporting activities like board games, beach volleyball, sauna and table tennis.