Located in the Indian Ocean below India and just above the Equator is the wonderful and beautiful archipelago, the country of Maldives. This stunning Island country has much to offer given its white sandy sunny beaches, coral reef caves, and lush deep-blue water with green palm lagoons. One cannot but compare this beautiful island country with paradise as they say ‘it is a piece of heaven’.
It has one of the best surroundings that offer one to relax, spend their holidays and have the best honeymoon ever. Here you can just surf under the sun all day long. The best part about Maldives is that here the weather is almost constant all throughout the year. This is the greatest advantage of the country and that is why the tourism industry has flourished here. So, if you are looking to get away from your everyday monotonous life, then you don’t need to wait for the right season. Just book a ticket and pack your bags for this amazing Island country.
This leads us to know a little about the weather of Maldives, before we head for this beautiful country. The Maldives weather is exactly what you expect from a tropical paradise. It has a pleasant weather all through out the year with two major weather conditions. They are the dry season that starts from October till March which is brought about by the northeast winter monsoon and the other is the Rainy season that starts from April till September caused by the southwest summer monsoon.
Maldives is known for its perfect holiday weather. Whether you are searching for a life aboard cruises in around Maldives or that perfect scuba diving experience deep into the Indian Ocean, it’s all there in Maldives. Because it has this ideal holiday weather, people come from all over the world but however it is most popular with European tourists.
The winters season of Maldives is something to experience for since it is the time when in most of the other common tourist countries it becomes very harsh cold, especially the European and the North American countries. It is their own small haven on this earth.
And the summer of this island country is typically traditional as it retains its pleasantly enjoyable temperatures with a hint of slight rainfall. The rainy season begins from April during which along with the rain it brings the strong winds and heavy rain showers quite frequently. This rain can last for hours in a day or for days at a stretch. However, even in these weather the charm and the beauty of Maldives doesn’t seem to deplete a bit and the tourists seem to flock in thousands. That itself explains the uniqueness about Maldives.
However, it would be ideal to visit this picture perfect island country during the dry season. During this time you can simply lie down lazily on the beach or dive in to the sea. The feeling of moist transition occurs by November end that gradually brings northeast monsoon up until the end of March. You know the best part about Maldives is that the water temperature never drops below 25 degree Celsius allowing one to have that warm swim in those emerald and deep-blue waters.
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