The Maldives islands – the perfect paradise holiday for your family. Pristine beaches, crystal clear water and luxury resorts that you will never want to leave.
When to visit the Maldives
The peak season falls from November to April. Expect blue skies, glorious sunshine and balmy nights. For those with school age children, the best time to visit Maldives falls into the Christmas break, February half term and into the Easter holidays. Ditch the slopes and sink your toes into warm Indian Ocean sand instead!
From May to October, the climate is more changeable. You can expect some wind and sudden heavy rain, but also much lower prices. Temperatures stay in the high 20s, with an average sea temperature of 29 degrees. While the weather can be unpredictable, keen divers will be enthralled by the higher numbers of hammerhead and reef sharks that flock to these waters.
Stay: The Two Bedroom Anantara Overwater Pool Suite comes with a stunning sundeck, private intimate pool, steps down into the lagoon and villa host to cater to your every need.
Children: Little ones will love the wide range of wonderful Maldivian inspired experiences in the Dhoni Club. Make family memories to cherish on the resort’s private picnic island.
Do: Snorkel with Manta Rays and Whale Sharks. Or for something a little more delicious, take part in Maldivian, Japanese or Thai cooking classes. If sun-worshipping isn’t your thing, keep active in the finess centre or on the water, island-hopping, kayaking or yachting. And to relax and unwind, retreat to the stunning over water spa treatment rooms for some much needed me-time.
Eat: With eleven dining options, enjoy excellent cuisine from around the world. Indulge with the bespoke Dining By Design – choose from intimate beach settings, sophisticated wine tasting or set sail to a deserted island with your own chef.
Stay: Indulge you and yours to the max in the Grand Sunset Residence. Set on the largest stretch of private beach, this could be the most luxurious villa in the Maldives. Decorated and furnished to the most exquisite level of elegance, this is the ultimate Indian Ocean island retreat.
Children: With three children’s clubs split by age, your young ones will have a blast, making friends and enjoying new experiences. Scheduled activities, exploration and adventure await, while you get some much needed, blissed out me-time.
Do: From painting, to climbing, to fitness, to all the water sports and diving you can imagine, the One&Only Reethi Rah indulges the wants and needs of every guest. And if you want to be less energetic, the stunning spa will soothe away stress to leave you restored and revitalised.
Eat: Cuisine at the One&Only Reethi Rah defies all expectaions. Be inspired by the outdoor organic ‘Botanica’, a truly garden-to-fork dining experience. The exotic, beachfront ‘Fanditha’ serves sumptuous Middle Eastern dishes accompaied by the finest wine and champagne.
Stay: LUX* South Ari Atoll is the perfect off-the-grid paradise. Stay in a sea-facing beach pavilion which easily accommodates tots to teens, furnished with coastal, beach house chic.
Children: With a full range of activitiesin the kids’ and teens’ clubs, your youngsters will be busy making new friends and enjoying tennis and scuba lessons, banana boat rides and marine life.
Do: For keen divers, no stay at LUX* South Ari Atoll is complete without making full use of the 5-Star PADI dive centre. The resort’s waters are a nirvana for beginner to experienced divers. There’s also plenty of amazing snorkelling, fluorescent night-diving and a visit to the resident whale sharks is must.
Eat: With eight fabulous restaurants, you can be sure that your whole family will enjoy some of the finest food in the Maldives.
Take you and yours off for some blissed out R&R in any one of these awesome Indian Ocean resorts. No coats, no wellies, no mud. Just warm, soft sand beneath your feet …. imagine how that will feel … It’s your reality, waiting to happen. Contact us to find out more.
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