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Where is the Maldives located? The Maldives is blessed to be located in the Indian Ocean, but before you visit the Maldives make sure you know a little about this beautiful nation. The Maldives islands are around 1200 islands but only 100 islands have been developed for resorts and hotels. The capital is Malé, which has a fish market, restaurants and shops, and this is where the Maldives airport is located. The currency is the Maldivian rufiyaa, around 15 Maldivian rufiyaa makes $1.

The best time to visit the Maldives is between November and April. The high season is between December and March. If you're planning your honeymoon from May to October, you will probably be going in the Monsoon season, which is not advisable. So make sure you book your trip between November and April. The Maldives has stunning and over the top hotels and resorts, you will definitely be confused on which resort to stay at, each resort and hotel has its own style and vibe, depending on the island it is located at, so make sure you take a virtual tour of the hotel and island before booking your honeymoon or trip to the Maldives islands.

Maldives tourism is very strong as people fly from all over the world to visit this piece of heaven. A Maldives vacation is a once in a lifetime experience that you shouldn't miss out on. The Maldives people are kind and very helpful, they also speak English so you don't have to worry about comunicating with them.

Whether you love to relax or enjoy some Maldives diving and Maldives surfing, you will find everything at the Maldives. So if you're planning your trip to the Maldives, you will love the guides we have prepared for you. For a beautiful Maldives tour, from the moment you land in the Maldives International Airport, from the best time to visit the Maldives, to the sunny islands of the Maldivesyou will find everything you need here.

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