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Cheap packages to Maldives

The Maldives is a truly stunning destination and one that’s garnered a reputation for offering luxurious romantic holidays for honeymooners for decades. Recently, however, it’s become more popular with families and with savvy tourists looking to secure themselves a cheap last-minute Maldives deal. With so many choices out there and technology which allows you to access deals you would never have seen in the past, it’s easier now to find cheap Maldives holidays.

About the Maldives

Lying in the Indian Ocean southwest of Sri Lanka and India, the Maldives is an island nation made up of several atolls. The capital is Male, and the official language is Dhivehi, however, most Maldivians speak English and within the resorts, you’ll find staff who speak an array of languages. 

A famous diving spot, the islands provide a home to a stunning array of marine life – over 300 species of fish and 200 types of coral. Diving below the depths opens up a vibrant colourful world the likes of which many people dream about. 

Warm and balmy throughout the year, temperatures range from 25-30C in the Maldives, with Ocean temperatures to match. 

When to go to the Maldives

The Maldives is a popular year-round destination but the drier season attracts the most visitors. Falling between the months of December and April, it’s peak season here in the Maldives, and cheap Maldives holidays are harder to find during these dates. However, it’s still possible to uncover cheap trips to Maldives if you know where to look. 

Where to stay

There are more than 100 luxurious resorts to choose from in the Maldives, many of which occupy a whole island to themselves. It’s easy to assume that Cheap all inclusive Maldives vacations wouldn’t exist, but they do. 

The islands are often divided between north and south atolls all are popular. Each has its own personality. It’s worth doing some research about the marine life surrounding each island before booking if you’re a serious diver, as what you’re likely to see varies between islands. 

Things to do

Many come to the Maldives to completely unwind and disconnect from reality. The beach is the perfect place to do that, and with miles and miles of sandy coastline, there’s no shortage of it in the Maldives. 

If you want to explore the coral reefs, many resorts have their own diving schools so whether you’re a beginner or a pro, take to the water with an expert who will guide you through the reefs. Or stick to the shallows and snorkel your way through, meeting the likes of turtles, rays and moray eels along the way.

Back on land, many of the resorts provide activities as part of their cheap all inclusive Maldives vacations. If you do book this kind of holiday, you can look forward to activities like yoga classes, water sports and much more at no extra cost. 

Why Book with us?

At Maldives Top Resorts, we make it our business to trawl through countless deals in order to find the cheapest Maldives holidays for our customers. We’re experts in Maldives holidays, so you can be sure you’re getting the best deals with us. 

What’s more, all of our cheap Maldives holidays include transfers to your hotel, meaning all details are taken care of to ensure your mind’s at ease.

Find your perfect trip today. 

FAQs about Cheapest Maldives Holidays

How to get cheap holidays in Maldives?

The Maldives is well-known for its expensive luxury resorts and stunning scenery, but it's still possible for you to enjoy a budget holiday there. One way to save your money is by visiting during the low season, which starts in May and ends in November. During this time, hotels and airlines often offer discounts and special deals. Another option is to stay in guesthouses or budget hotels on local islands, which offer a more authentic experience and can be significantly cheaper than resorts on private islands. Finally, consider booking an all-inclusive package, which can save you money on food, drinks, and activities.

Why is Maldives cheaper in summer?

The Maldives is cheaper in summer due to the low tourist season. The reason is the weather in the Maldives during summer is characterized by a rainy season, and the temperature can be high and humid. Many travelers prefer to visit the Maldives in the dry season from November to April, which is the tourists' peak season, leading to high prices. The summer months of May to October, on the other hand, are considered the low season, and hotel rates tend to be lower, making it an excellent time to get deals and discounts. Additionally, flight tickets and other travel expenses may also be more affordable at this time.

Is it possible to visit Maldives on a budget?

One of the best ways to save a lot of money is to visit during the low season, which is typically from May to October. During this time, resorts often offer lower rates and special promotions. You can also choose to stay on a local island, which can offer more affordable accommodation and dining options. Other ways to save money include booking flights in advance, opting for public transportation or shared transfers, and participating in free or low-cost activities such as snorkeling, hiking, and visiting local markets. With careful planning and budgeting, it is possible to have a memorable and enjoyable trip to the Maldives without spending a fortune.

On which months Maldives is cheapest?

The cheapest time to visit the Maldives is during the low season which falls in the months of May to November. During this period, prices for flights, accommodations, and activities tend to be much lower compared to the high season. June and July are considered the cheapest months to visit, with prices starting to increase again from August onwards. However, it's important to note that the low season is also characterized by more rainfall and higher humidity, which may affect the overall experience. Despite this, there are still plenty of activities to enjoy in the Maldives during the low season, such as diving and snorkeling, and it can be a great time to experience the local culture and cuisine.