Maldives tours and trips under $1000 per person
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That depends on the kind of experience you’re after. While beach bums should opt for the dry season that lasts from November through April, surfers and travelers that don’t mind spontaneous heavy rains can save money by booking during the low season from May to October.
For a beach vacation at a decent price, schedule your trip during November or April — the driest months of the low season, with warm temperatures of 73°F to 88°F degrees. Peak season falls between December to March, when more tourists visit and prices for flights and hotels are higher.
The weather in Maldives consists of wet and dry seasons. Dry season is between November and April, while the wet, monsoonal season is between May and October. September is usually the wettest month, and March tends to be the hottest month of the year.
Maldives is a popular destination for couples and honeymooners from all over the world, so it’s difficult to note a time where you won’t be sharing the islands with other lovebirds. But avoiding the peak Christmas holiday period will likely grant you a little respite.
Best time to visit Maldives for weather: The hottest, driest months are February and March and ideal for spending long days sunbathing on the beach.
Cheapest time to visit Maldives: Flights and hotels from May to October tend to be cheapest, due to monsoon season. Though there are periods of heavy rain, storms usually move through the area quickly. So if you’re on a tight budget and are flexible with your daily itinerary, this could be a good option.
After pinpointing the weather and experiences you most desire, use our flight tool to compare rates and routes from here to Maldives — or should we say, paradise.
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