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The lowest prices found within the past 7 days to Maldives were £475 for one-way flights and £460 for return flights, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
If you’re looking for luxury and beauty, be prepared for something special in the Maldives, the most tropical and paradisiacal group of islands in the world. Finding cheap flights to the Maldives is easy, and so is choosing your gateway airport to this blissful utopia – Male International Airport (MLE) is the only international airport for all of the 1,200 islands scattered around its shores. You’ll need to be prepared for the sheer luxury of it all, though: from the warm, white sandy beaches you can slip your toes into, to the luminous, glittering sea just waiting for you to dive in. This glamorous getaway will quite likely have you feeling not just on top of the world, but almost like you own it.
There are a several ways to save money when searching for cheap tickets to the Maldives. Prices plummet from May to November, but with the exception of August, prices shoot back up for European holiday season. It’s generally safer to book your flight four months or so in advance. However, last-minute deals are sometimes available, if you’re feeling especially daring. Rumour has it that Christmas Eve is another time to look for cheap flights as many agents try to clear their books before they go on their winter break. Make sure to check Emirates flights flying via Dubai, as they often offer cheap tickets from this hub.
For crystal-blue skies and very little humidity, December to February offers the best weather in these heavenly islands. Take note, you’ll pay an arm and a leg if you want to travel during Christmas or New Year. Between March and April, you’ll find the weather hot, but you can easily cool off by taking a dip in those oh-so-pristine waters. March marks the beginning of surf season, which lasts until October. May to November are opportune months to find bargain tickets to the Maldives, as it can be rainy and also less crowded.
If you’re looking for a one-stop flight to the Maldives, then you’ll find carriers in London and Scotland able to whisk you to this little slice of Indian Ocean paradise. Sri Lankan Airways offer fairly fares from London Heathrow (LHR), while Turkish Airlines flies out from Gatwick (LGW) into Male, after stopping in Istanbul. From Glasgow (GLA), Emirates are the airline of choice for one-stop flights to the Maldives.
There’s no doubt that the Maldives can equal extravagance, you’ll pick that up pretty quickly, as you let your leg dangle from a swinging hammock, while sipping a beverage of choice from a coconut. For the ultimate feel-good thrill, try swimming in these bath-warm waters with dolphins or manta. These wondrous islands also offer some of the most exclusive snorkelling and scuba diving experiences in the world. But if you prefer to have your feet on the ground, try strolling around the local villages and chatting to the locals.
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