A. To enter Maldives no pre-arrival visa is required. A thirty day free visa is issued on arrival for all Nationalities; provided: Should posses a valid passport with Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) -(standard ICAO Annex 9, chapter 3.10.1) and should have at least 6 months validity.
A. Although the Maldives is a Muslim country and a lot of Muslims work at the resorts, not all food are prepared halal since majority of them are exported from non-halal slaughterhouses. ... Most 5* resorts will have no issue with requests such as these.
A. It all depends on visitors choices, the gorgeousness of Maldives has long come with a hefty price tag. average can be $300 - $1000 USD per night.
A. Yes, Maldives is safe for travel! It is not just the bewitching landscape and the luxurious over water villas that attracts the lovebirds, families or the adventure lovers, it is the safety and harmony in the Maldives that completes the package.
A. Because of its geographical location and all the islands are disconnected by seawater, each island needs to generates its own power many other things and the transfers are to be taken mostly by speedboats.
A. Yes, you can buy and drink alcohol. However since the Maldives is an Islamic nation, alcohol is effectively banned for the local population. However, nearly all resorts and liveaboard boats are licensed to serve alcohol, usually with a steep markup.
A. The Maldives is hot and sunny all year round, with average temperatures of 23ºC-31ºC. The best weather – and the best time to visit the Maldives – is between November and April. The high season is between December and March. The monsoon runs from May to October, peaking around June.
A. Unless you are into a specific activities that requires time such as diving & deep sea fishing, Maldives is perfect for a short stay instead of a long one. Anything more than 1 week will be too much for our opinion. 4 to 5 days is usually sufficient if staying in one hotel and perhaps 7 days if 2 hotels.
A. From May - October each year. Also known as the rainy season.