Peak season to visit Maldives is from November to April , which is also dry weather with no rains
The wet and rainy season lasts roughly from May till October. This time of the year is also best for surfing, and you will be lucky to strike amazing deals during this time.
Official currency of Maldives is Maldivian Rufiyaa, but the resorts and shops charge in US Dollar $. Majority resorts prefer payments by card.
Yes, free 30 day visa on arrival/tourist visa is granted to all nationalities, if they satisfy basic entry requirements on arrival.
Quarantine is not required for tourists who do not have COVID19 symptoms.
The RT PCR report is currently not required.
Yes, irrespective of your vaccination status you are allowed to enter.
Every passenger needs to fill a mandatory Travel Declaration Form within 96hrs of the flight time at IMUGA.
Majority of airlines have web check open 48 to 72 hrs prior departure. It is better to confirm with your airlines if web check is mandatory.
There are 3 types of transportation. One is seaplane which is expensive, 2nd one is speed boat transfer and 3rd is domestic flights for few islands.
Seaplanes fly from morning 6 am till 3.30 pm, 7 days a week . Last seaplane will take off before sunset for visibility and safety issues. One needs to arrive in Maldives till 3.30 pm to catch the last seaplane. For more details on seaplane click here
Coming Soon with a Blog for detailed information on all the documents required for immigration in Maldives
As mentioned earlier, sea planes are pretty expensive and the return trip can cost from 200 -500 US $ per person from Male airport.
No. Maldives being an Islamic country you are not allowed to bring liquor to Maldives.
Travel Insurance is not mandatory for arriving in Maldives, but majority of the resorts do need a travel insurance and it is advisable to buy one.