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 News - 03-Jan-2020

How About The Maldives This Easter


With Christmas now a distant memory, thoughts start turning to holidays in faraway destinations. And if you are not restricted by work schedules or school term times, you can make the most of fantastic deals to destinations such as the Maldives. However, if you do have young children and can only travel during school holidays, you may be wondering when the best time to visit this wonderful Indian Ocean location is.
Family Holidays to the Maldives


Package holidays to the Maldives are becoming more and more popular with each passing year thanks in no small part to cheaper air fares and the availability of all-inclusive holidays. And better than that is the fact that due to its tropical location, any time of the year is amazing in the Maldives. With the next school holiday being Easter (at the time of this writing), you might be wondering if this is a good time to visit. For example, is it expensive to visit at this time of year, and will the weather be okay


If you are planning a family holiday to the Maldives, you can rest assured that Easter is a good time. The temperature around this time of year (March/April) tend to average around 28-29oC. The skies are clear and blue, and the water is warm. Adults and children can enjoy spending days on the beautiful sandy beaches or snorkelling in the waters enjoying the delightful marine life that can be found off the shores of the islands here.


Is it Expensive


There is no denying the fact that a holiday in the Maldives is going to be more expensive than a package deal to destinations in Europe, but you will probably find that it is not expensive as you think. There are countless fabulous package holidays for families to destinations such as the Maldives and, with the New Year sales in full swing, you might even find a real bargain if you get in early.


If you book an all-inclusive holiday, your flights, accommodation, transfers, food and drink will all be paid for up front. Most resorts that offer all-inclusive packages provide food and drink 24-hours per day, and this includes snacks such as ice-creams, sandwiches, and burgers, which is great for parents with always-hungry kids.


What to Expect from the Maldives at Easter


If you are planning a holiday to the Maldives this Easter, you can expect warm sunshine, stunning surroundings, and excellent accommodation. You can also expect plenty of things to keep you occupied during your stay.


Hotels and resorts know that it is important to ensure guests are happy. For this reason, they tend to have entertainment teams that provide activities throughout the day as well as live shows and performances in the evenings.


Depending on your resort of choice, there may also be an onsite spa where you can indulge in relaxing treatments that will leave you feeling completely refreshed.


Easter is a lovely time to visit the Maldives, but to be honest, you will enjoy a holiday here at any time of the year. The people are warm and inviting and happy to welcome visitors to their beautiful country.


For more information on a luxury Maldives holiday, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at Maldives Holidays Direct. We are a UK-based travel company specialising in memorable holidays to this amazing island nation.

 
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