Make Plan for Holidays at Sea

Far, far away from everyday life is the Maldives, an archipelago nation. Around 1190 islands come together to create this heaven.  Most of these islands are individual resorts or home to the locals. Some , are even pure untouched sandbanks. This unique geography of the Maldives means every island is an opportunity for a resort to offer you a luxurious private stay. With white sandy beaches, azure blue waters, coral reefs full of marine life and you, soaking it all up.

In the Maldives, there’s  no rush hour, deadlines to meet or busy itineraries to tick off. Time moves at your pace. In its truest sense, Maldives teaches you the Art of going with the flow. Of doing nothing.  And loving it.



Holiday Options





Paradise Island resort & spa


Holiday INN Kndooma Maldives

Coco Bodu Hithi Maldives

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Getting there

Located in the Indian Ocean,  Maldives is only a short flight away from Sothern India. Its strategic  location make it easily accessible by all major flight and sea routes . Velana International Airport serves as one of the prime airports in addition to a number of domestic airports. Return transport fares (via speedboat, seaplane, domestic flight) are included in our package rates.


The Maldives has a tropical monsoon climate all year round. It experiences light to heavy showers which last no more than one hour. The average high temperature noted has been 300 C. Whereas average low temperature is usually around 250 C.

Food and Drink

Maldivian cuisine comprises mainly of fish owing to the large fishing Industry in the Maldives. Resorts have a number of restaurants where guests can enjoy delectable meals across a plethora of a selection cuisines to choose from.

Flora and Fauna

A diver’s paradise as it is said, Maldives waters are home to over 187 species of vibrant corals and over 1500 species of marine animals.

Divers and non-divers alike can enjoy sights of beautiful whale sharks, rays and many more species of beautiful fish. You can pick up a pair of snorkels for yourself at the resort and enjoy the unreal underwater sights. Guests who to scuba dive may visit the Dive Centre at their resort for further information and guidance.

Baa Atoll has been classified as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 2011. It houses some of the best of marine life including whale sharks, manta rays, marine turtles. There are a number of resort around Baa Atoll like Amilla Fushi, Anantara Kihavah villas, Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu , Dusit Thani. Diving trips to the Biosphere Reserve can be arranged by the resort.