The ResidenceFalhumaafushi, Huvadhoo Atoll, Maldives7 night stay from £2069 per personTwo complimentary nights & complimentary transfersTransfer Time: A scenic 55-minute flight to Kaadedhdhoo and then a 60-minute speedboat transferReturn flights from London Gatwick with Emirates7 nights in a Beach VillaBreakfast dailyReturn transfers and airport taxesOther departure airports available for a supplementUpgrade to All inclusive from £669 per personSAVING £3372 per couplePrices are a guide per person based on two adults sharing. Terms, conditions and restrictions apply. Alternative travel dates and departure airports available at a supplement. Subject to availability. All flight inclusive holidays are protected by ATOL scheme..
MaldivesWhy The MaldivesoThe most stunning collection of islands ever seen! oBeautiful coral reefs to discoveroDiving or snorkelling in clear blue watersoExclusive resorts oThe surf is world-renowned in the rainy season oExperience night fishing with the localsoFlights from:▪Glasgow with Emirates via Dubai▪Edinburgh via Manchester and Abu Dhabi with Etihad
NIYAMA by Per AQUUMDhaalu Atoll, Maldives7 night stay from £2929 per personNewly opened, Niyama by Per AQUUM is an edgy, modern resort that offers guests more than a romantic Maldivian escape, balancing tranquillity with a sense of discovery, stimulation and fun. Literally meaning 'peaceful journey' in the local language,Niyama is designed to refresh the traditional Maldivian resort concept with a fresh twist and elements of surprise in luxurious surroundings.Prices are a guide per person based on 2 persons sharing a Beach Studio on a Bed & Breakfast basis .Price includes return scheduled flights from London, all airport taxes and seaplane transfers. Please contact us for alternative dates, durations and departure airports. Prices shown are for guidance only and are subject to availability.
Travel GuideWeatherThe weather in this part of the world is divided into two dominant seasons. You’ll either experience the dry season or the rainy season. The rainy season occurs roughly from May to November, while the dry season runs from January to April. It’s also widely held that between February and March travellers will encounter the regions most generous offering of sun.CurrencyCurrency – Maldivian RufiyaaThings to doWith the benefit of being comprised of 26 atolls with over 3000 coral reefs, you’ll be able to get a different diving spot every single day with minimal travel time. Whether you’re a pro or amateur, diving in the Maldives is suited for all levels of experience. However, the snorkelling is equally as impressive!From June to September you’ll be able to experience some of the highest waves to reach this part of the Indian Ocean, with waves around three to eight feet high. Remember that you need not bring your own equipment as every resort has a water sports centre providing equipment of all sizes.To experience something truly original why not go on a night fishing excursion. A Maldivian night fishing trip begins just before sunset to explore the best location beside a reef. You’ll have local knowledge to guide your catches from the sea to the BBQ!