If you are not looking forward to the cold winter months, a great idea is to consider a luxury winter break in the Maldives. The long grey days of winter will fade into insignificance as you embrace the magnificent sunshine of this tropical paradise. Here are 4 reasons why you should consider the Maldives this winter.
The monsoon rains start to lessen in November, ushering in the dry season in the Maldives. The average temperature during November is 27C (81F) with about 14 days of rainfall adding up around 200mm. As winter sets in the northern hemisphere and the final month of the year begins, the Maldives is the place to be. With a balmy low temperature of 25C (77F), you can leave the winter clothes at home. It will warm your heart to be spending December in this tropical paradise. As the year ends and January arrives, with an average high of 29C (84F) and only 5 days of rainfall, it’s one of the best times of the year to experience the Maldives. In February, while the countries to the north experience the coldest month of the year, the archipelago temperature doesn’t get below 26C (79F). Idyllic comes to mind.
The winter months of the northern hemisphere are known to carry with them short cold days and long frigid nights. With the sun rising late and setting early and largely grey clouds and rain in between, it’s easy to become melancholy. A break to the Maldives will cheer you up with hours and hours of beautiful sunshine. December has 7 hours of sunshine per day, January 9 hours and February 10 hours. It’s a wonderful opportunity to bask in the sunshine and soak up all the vitamin D you need.
The end of the year is a time for a break – a busy year ends and it’s time to get away and enjoy a vacation where there is no work to be done and you can completely relax. The Maldives offers dozens of luxury resorts that will afford you the opportunity to destress and forget about all the cares of life. Whether you plan on visiting the spa, sunbathing, snorkelling or sleeping, the main aim is to meet your needs so you go home refreshed and ready for the New Year.
At the end of the year the whole family are usually available. From young to old, the Maldives offers fun activities for every age and interest. Walking, boating, swimming, golfing, fishing, dancing, dining and diving are just a few of the options that families can do together. It’s an exotic island paradise that will meet the needs of those looking for an adrenaline rush as well as those wanting peace and quiet, and everyone in between. This is where memories are made. Visiting the Maldives in the winter months of November to February certainly is the answer if you want to escape the cold. Book your luxury winter break in the Maldives today.