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  • Maldives All inclusive holidays

    For holidaymakers who view the unique landscape of the Maldives and its small islands for the first time, it can be a mesmerising experience. Across all 26 atolls, there is no point higher than 2.4m above sea level, and in certain places there are buildings nestled so close to the ocean that it can be hard to tell they are even built on land at all. Imagine Venice, in a tropical climate, and you're on your way to appreciating the distinctive natural and built environment that is found here – making the Maldives a truly unique destination for an all-inclusive break.

    The Maldives - working with Nature

    Despite the buildings packed on to the main city-island of Malé, the Maldives are actually one of the most eco-friendly locations in the world. There is an ongoing commitment to be environmentally friendly, as well as a real push to become carbon-neutral. One entire division of the city is built on an artificial island, and as you look around the coast, you're likely to see signs of land reclamation taking place. This is part of a continuing effort to protect the Maldives from the surrounding ocean for future generations. Even the airport is built on a small island, Hulhule, making the arrival an experience in itself.

    Live the high life in the Maldives

    The islands might not have high altitudes, but they do offer high year-round temperatures up towards the 30°C mark even in the winter months. The annual rainfall pattern is more what you might expect, with higher levels from September until the end of the year. There's also a brief rainy period each May, and if you're planning to take your break early in the year, look out for all-inclusive holidays to the Maldives in January, February or March, when the weather conditions overall are at their best.

    Should I go all-inclusive to the Maldives?

    Like other island destinations, the real question is why you wouldn't go all-inclusive to the Maldives. The tiny atolls mean you will never be far from your hotel, but the hot weather means you're likely to need regular cold drinks to keep you refreshed and hydrated. An all-inclusive package holiday means you can head to the bar whenever you feel the need to take on some fluids, and keep yourself safe without having to worry about the extra cost.

    Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to the Maldives?

    The Maldives are one of the world’s great relaxing destinations. With stunning beaches and the atmosphere of a tropical island paradise, the last thing you want to be doing is worrying about what you can have for breakfast. At an all-inclusive resort, it’s all taken care of. Just lie back on the sand, and when you’re hungry your meals will be there waiting for you. Cheap all-inclusive holidays in the Maldives are the best way to experience this incredible holiday destination.

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