The equatorial climate of the Maldives makes these wonderful islands open especially to the period from mid-December to April. The Maldivian seasons are in fact two, one relatively dry from mid-December to the end of April and one humid from May to November.

When it comes to dry and wet in the Maldives it is practically indicative, as the difference in humidity between the two seasons is minimal.

The climatic conditions in which the Maldives are located are linked to high humidity (on average from 80% to 85%) mitigated by sea breezes, an always hot water temperature (from 28 ° C to 34 ° C) and an air temperature that varies over the year on average between 28 ° C and 32 ° C.

Due to their position, the Maldives are not found in the passage or development of tropical cyclones.

The best time for a trip to the Maldives is during the dry season (December-April), even better between February and March when the rains are rarer and of short intensity and duration; while they are more frequent and intense, with strong winds, especially between late May and October.

The coral reef is everywhere.

Coco Bodu Hithi
Coco Bodu Hithi

Suggestions: in your suitcase you must not miss a diving mask and snorkel, to admire the wonders of the coral reef by practicing a simple snorkeling suitable for everyone, adults and children.