The Maldives is a tropical nation in the Indian Ocean composed of 26 ring-shaped atolls, which are made up of more than 1,000 coral islands. It’s known for its beaches, blue lagoons and extensive reefs.
White sandy beaches, totally turquoise waters, palm trees galore and luxury comforts combine to deliver the ultimate relaxation destination. If you’re looking to recharge your batteries in nature then this is the place to come.
Arrival & immigration:
No prior visa arrangements are required but each visitor must have a passport valid for more than six months.
the airport of your arrival to the Maldoves is ibrahim nasir international airport. you will need to fill in a landing card, which should be distributed by the crew of your flight. alternatively, you can find the cards immediately before immigration booths. to obtain immigration clearnce, it is a requirements to indicate ( in the landing card) a proof that you have a booking at a hotel/resort.
the Maldives enjoys a near constant temperature of around 30°C all year round. Its tropical climate has two distinct seasons: dry or northeast monsoon season from December to April, and the southwest monsoon season from May to November, which brings some rain.
Male International Airport is located on Hulhulé Island next to the capital Male.
On arrival visitors from all countries, will be issued a complimentary 30-day visa. Visitors must have a passport that has at least six months validity left and a return air ticket for your flight out f the Maldives.
The Maldives local currency is the Maldivian Rufiyaa (MVR), which is divided into 100 larees. However you don’t usually need to worry about the local currency as all prices are in US Dollars.
All major credit cards accepted in the Maldives including VISA, MasterCard.
In the Maldives the official language is Dhivehi. As to be expected for such a popular holiday destination, English is widely spoken and understood, so all English speaking visitors will have no issues communicating with staff in the Maldives.
220/240volt AC at 50 cycles.