If you’re tired of the chilly winter blues, then head to the Maldives this December (or any other period for that matter!) to enjoy a slice of paradise. Read on to find out why you should pack your bags, plan a getaway here and let the warmth of the Maldivian sun be your guide to the ultimate year-end escape!
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Divine Tropical Weather
Escape the winter woes and bask in the glory of the dry season. December brings abundant sunshine, making it the perfect time to spend lazy days on the beach and try water sports as well as enjoy culinary delights and some spa pampering in the Maldives. All inclusive resorts make the ideal choice whether you’re with a special someone or the entire family, to enjoy the best of this enchanting destination.
Festive Getaways at Resorts
Swap snow for sand and winter coats for swimsuits as you embark on a festive getaway at private island resorts like Dhigali Maldives. From Christmas tree lighting and carolling to gala brunches and dinners and even visits from Santa, these properties transform into havens of holiday cheer. Ring in the New Year with grand a spread and fireworks under the starlit Maldivian sky when the clock strikes 12 for a celebration unlike any other!
Plenty of Water Sports
Dive into the calm seas of December, perfect for water sports enthusiasts. Explore the underwater wonders of places like the Raa Atoll through snorkelling and diving to spot mesmerising marine life. But the fun doesn’t stop there – indulge in jet skiing, parasailing, banana boat rides, wakeboarding, kayaking, windsurfing and much more. The Maldives turns into your very own aquatic playground!
December is also the gateway to diverse excursions, offering rewarding experiences. Cruise into the sunset, spot dolphins in their natural habitat and try Maldivian-style sunset fishing. For a unique perspective, embark on a glass-bottom boat excursion. Spice up your itinerary with a secluded sandbank picnic or delve into the local culture by visiting islands like Meedhoo and Fainu.
The only thing left to be said is, cheers to a December in Maldives that’s less ‘Let It Snow’ and more ‘Let It Glow’!