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The Maldives is a tropical paradise made up of 1192 colorful coral islands surrounded by the warm, Indian Ocean.
With the Maldives close to the equator, there's plenty of sunshine all year, round with a consistent temperature of about 30°C to enjoy.
The best time to experience the inhabited and uninhabited islands of the Maldives is between December and March when your holiday is uninterrupted by rain. Rainy season is from May - October which brings showers that feed the green, lush and leafy vegetation which make Maldives the unspoiled retreat it is.
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Maldives tranquility is fed by its untamed palm trees, Tiffany blue waters, sugar soft beaches and vibrant coral reefs. Experience the allure of this tropical retreat through indulgent spa treatments, snorkeling, sailing, and daily excursions that offer a glimpse into the local Maldivian way.
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