Honeymoon Trip to Maldives

This beautiful string of coral islands in the Indian Ocean must surely qualify as being an earthly paradise and most visitors to the islands enjoy a warm welcome and experience a true feeling of peace and tranquillity. The Maldives is the most celebrated group of islands in the Indian Ocean and perhaps the world over. The stunning beauty of its turquoise lagoons and pristine beaches is simply unrivaled. The Maldives islands are one of the few places on earth that everyone hopes to experience in their lifetime—and once you see it, you are forever enamoured. However, the Maldives is more than just a tourist paradise. 

Why Honeymoon in the Maldives?

The Maldives are located in the Indian Ocean and stopping in Exotic Dubai along the way is a fun way to break up the long trip from the USA

#1: Absolutely the most stunningly beautiful crystal clear ocean waters in the world – You’ll be awed by the views of this incredible honeymoon destination.

#2: Over the Top Luxury Resorts – It does not get any better than the Maldives, you’ll find the most incredible knock your socks off over the water bungalows and resorts in this exotic locale.

#3: Superb Diving and Snorkeling – One of the top dive destinations in the world

#4: Stop over in Dubai, or Bangkok – either way you get a dual honeymoon location that is exotic and fun to go to before or after your tropical honeymoon in Maldives

.….it’s no wonder why Maldives is a dream destination for many brides and grooms.

Suggestions for Luxury Resorts in Maldives

The below mentioned are suggestions for a few resorts based on availability for the following dates:

  • Check in Date: 04/28/2023
  • Check out Date: 05/08/2023
  • Joali Resort 
    • Room Type: Water Villa with Pool
    • From Pricing for 10 nights: $39,050 (Double sharing on Bed & Breakfast basis) 
    • Guest Rating: 4.7/5

Important Information/Terms and Conditions: 

This is a quote only, no space or services held at this time.

The above are estimated total cost for room rate on BB basis. Additional taxes, mandatory property fees (for example, resort fees or service charges), government imposed taxes, service charges, levies and surcharges may apply. These will be confirmed at the time of booking. Should you shorten your stay prior to arrival or during your stay, your room rate may change. Estimated rates displayed on this site are based on the currency exchange rates at the time of inquiry. Prices, itinerary and conditions are subject to change without notice.

Travel Insurance: We strongly recommend clients to purchase travel insurance appropriate to their home residence countries to cover all cancellation/modification fees and other unforeseen circumstances during travel.

Visa/ Travel Documentation: Passenger’s name must be the same as on their passport. It is the responsibility of all travelers to ensure they have in their possession valid passports (with an expiration date beyond six months of their intended stay in Maldives) and appropriate visas where applicable. Please check the conditions here: Visa and Health Requirements

All US citizens must have a round-trip ticket and a passport, valid for more than six months, to enter Dubai for any length of time. Tourists planning to stay in the United Arab Emirates for 30 days or less may obtain a visitor visa, available at no fee, at the point of entry.

                                                              Flight Information 

 Below is a sample itinerary which can be booked with 1 night stopover in Dubai

  • Emirates Airline  Emirates     Economy class fare: From 1600~ per person
Wednesday, 26 Apr 2023From New York (JFK) to Dubai (DXB)

JFK:   11:20 AM

 +1 day

Flight Number EK206

Aircraft type: Airbus A380-800

Wednesday, 28 Apr 2023From Dubai (DXB) to Malé (MLE) 


:00 PM

Flight Number EK652

Aircraft type: AirbusBoeing 777-300ER 

Monday, 08 May, 2023From Malé (MLE) to New York (JFK)


DXB 9:25 PM

Flight Number EK203

Aircraft type: Airbus A380-800

Tuesday, 09 May, 2023From Dubai (DXB) to New York

DXB: 02:50 AM

08:50 AM

Flight Number EK206

Aircraft type: Airbus A380-800

Experiences in the Maldives

Manta Ray Snorkeling

Uncover the majestic manta rays in their natural habitat.
Get up-close to stunning manta rays in the protected environment of Hanifaru Bay. With a wingspan of several meters, these fascinating creatures can number over 100 at the time of the full moon. They enter the world’s largest manta feeding destination to feed on small fish.

Private Dinner on the Beach

Every resort in the Maldives offers private romantic dinners on the beach, or on your deck- some resorts charge additional, and some include this amazing romantic experience for your honeymoon for free

World Class snorkeling and Diving

The Maldives has some of the world’s most incredible diving and snorkeling available.  Every resort has diving and snorkeling trips and programs available for guests.

Overwater Pool Bungalows

Indulge and book an overwater bungalow with your own private pool, a favorite Maldives Honeymoon accommodation, many resorts we book in the Maldives offer these stunning overwater bungalows with pools.

Guidance for International Travelers to the Maldives

The Public Health Emergency for the COVID-19 Pandemic announced on 12th March 2020 has been revoked on 13th March 2022 by the Minister of Health Ahmed Naseem.

Following this, changes to COVID-19 preventive measures have been made:

  1. Pre-arrival PCR test is not required for all passengers arriving Maldives. However, All individual(s) except tourists and Maldivians are recommended to undertake PCR testing between 3-5 days after arrival. Travelers who have symptoms of COVID-19 may take an antigen test.
  2. Travel-related quarantine is no longer required
  3. Wearing a mask is only mandatory under the following conditions:
    • In all health facilities, regardless of outbreak status, staff, patients and visitors must wear mask.
    • In outbreak areas (where sample positivity is above 20%), masks must be worn in public areas as per current guidelines for outbreak areas.

Wearing a mask is recommended in:

  1. Services where crowding takes place
  2. Gatherings in confined indoor spaces
  3. Transport vehicles where many people travel and when using public transportation such bus, ferry, taxi)
  4. Crowded places/ gatherings
  5. People who have symptoms of COVID-19

Even though the Public Health Emergency has been revoked, COVID-19 positive isolation, quarantining of contacts and testing before release will be continued as per current guidelines. Please ensure that you are up to date on the latest government regulations when traveling. Click here  for details.

Maldives Facts &  Information

Time zone: Greenwich Mean Time +5 hours
Religion: Islam. It is illegal to openly practice any other form of religion.
Currency: Maldivian Rufiyaa
Language: Maldivian, also known as Divehi. English is also widely understood and used especially in tourist regions.
Flag: The Maldivian flag is green with a red border and a central white crescent.

Maldives Location & Geography

The Maldives is a collection of 1,192 coral islands located in the Indian Ocean close to the Indian subcontinent. The Maldivian archipelago comprises of 26 natural coral atolls – a chain of islands formed from coral reefs, that grew around a submerged volcanic mountain. The country is home to 300,000 people who live on 192 islands. Most of the remaining islands are left untouched for the ecosystem to flourish. Close to 100 islands have been transformed into tourism hubs that form the backbone of the Maldivian economy. Until the 1970s, the Maldives was relatively unknown to the world. With the tourism boom on island resorts, the Maldives has become the tropical paradise for holidaymakers.

The Maldives Ecology

The Maldive Islands boast of a vibrant and diverse ecosystem that is comprised of 21 dolphin and whale species, 400 molluscs species, 83 echinoderm species and an incredible 1,100 fish species. The country is also globally known for its vast coral colonies with a pulsating undersea life that attracts tourists from far and wide.

Maldives Religion & Customs

The first settlers of the Maldives were from southern India and Sri Lanka which is evident even today in culture, customs and language of Maldives. The official language of the Maldives is Dhivehi, which carries intonations of Sinhalese. The people of Maldives were Buddhist for a long period of time. They later became an Islamic nation in the 12th century after Middleeastern traders brought Sunni Islam to the archipelago.

Maldives Culture, Food, Art & Crafts

The amalgamation of different religions and cultures has left a lasting impression on the archipelago, which is also quite evident in the cuisines as well as the art and crafts of the Maldives. The music scene of the Maldives is a unique experience that is dominated by the local Bodu-Beru (big drums) that are a variation of the African drums. A Dhone is a unique Maldivian boat to sail the seas on. Local cuisines such as kavaabu, fatafolhi and bajiyaa are prepared using dry processed tuna. The main ingredient of Maldivian cuisines is coconut, which is found in abundance all over the archipelago.

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