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Maldives in March: Your go-to Guide to land of Atolls

By Subramanya - May 15, 2020
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 If you are wondering what is the best visit to Maldives, March is the month you should be ideally looking for. Even though Maldives is a year-round destination, Maldives is March is even more magical and fascinating given the probability of rainfall is low, and Maldives is best experienced during the dry season.

When you stumble upon the word Maldives, the white sandy beaches, the luxuries resorts, the indigenous overwater villas, the turquoise waters are the top few things that will surely cross your mind. Apart from being a mecca for Honeymooners, Maldives is also known for its adrenaline-pumping water activities and mesmerizing underwater species.

If you are ever planning a tropical island Romantic vacation, without planning to explore much but enjoy the calmness and serenity of the beach and experience richness and luxury at its best, then the Maldives is your gold standard for such a vacation.

Read on to get a comprehensive understanding of things to do and places to visit in Maldives in March before you plan your next trip to Maldives.

Maldives in March: Weather

The Maldives in March is near perfect weather for a tropical island vacation with temperature ranging from 25 to 30-degree centigrade. Tourists don’t have to worry about the scorching sun nor the incessant rains. The pleasant weather coupled with nine hours of uninterrupted sunlight makes Maldives in march a perfect destination to try out all outdoor activities and spend some cherished moments with your loved ones. The clear skies and soothing breeze creates a perfect ambiance for sunbathing as well.

Ideal Duration of stay for Maldives in March

All villas in Maldives are broadly categorized under two umbrellas, Beach Villa and Water Villa. We recommend you to experience both forms of accommodation as both villas have their own charm and uniqueness. 
Apart from the villas, in order to experience major outdoor water activities and to hang off the destination, the ideal duration would be 3-4 nights. 3-4 night vacation is ideal if you are looking for a short getaway to rejuvenate yourself from busy city life or want to celebrate any special occasion, But if you looking for a more impactful and experiential vacation, you might want to consider stretching your vacation to 6-7 nights.

Top island to visit in Maldives

Male City

The capital city of Maldives is often bypassed by most of the travelers. While the city may not be known for the luxury or the exoticness, the city is well known for its Indian styled markets and local cafes. Male city is one of the few islands where to get to experience the local culture and food, explore the grand mosques and the colourful streets.

Male CIty
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Hulhumale Island

It is the entry terminal for Most international travelers, as Velana international airport is located in Hulhumale island. One of the fastest-growing islands in the Maldives yet the island hasn’t lost its charm and is a must-visit in your itinerary if you are planning to visit Maldive in March. The city boasts about its glass-topped mosque and planned passages and corridors over the Indian ocean.

Hulhumale Island
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Maafushi

If you are worried about the Maldives being a luxurious destination and skeptical for planning your vacation. Maafushi is your holy grail. Considered to be one of the most beautiful in Maldives, The island is a paradise for all the budgeted travels. You can find a lot of economical yet cozy guest houses. The island was hit worse during the 2004 tsunamis and yet has managed to rebuild itself into an equally beautiful island.
Maafushi is also preferred by tourists who love to avoid city hassles and spend their time away from the crowd. It is easily accessible by Male city with local boats and ferries at regular intervals.

Maafushi
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Utheemu Island:

The Northernmost Island of Maldives, has a rich history behind it. This Island was ruled over centuries by Sultan Mohamed Thakurufaanu, the captain who prevented the capture of the island from the Portuguese. The Utheemu Ganduvaru, the most visited tourist attraction is the island, is a palace built by the locals in order to pay tribute to their leader. The island is preferred by the tourist who wants to avoid the busy crowd and enjoy the vacation in the tranquility of white sand beaches.

Utheemu Islands
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Feydhoo

Feydhoo Island’s lifestyle is a depiction of human life before the invasion of technology. The inhabitants of the island are content with their current lifestyle and prefer staying in harmony with nature. It is believed that Britishers invaded the island during world war 2 in order to use this Island as their Airbase. If Feydhoo is part of your itinerary ensure you check out local restaurants to enjoy those lavishing seafood.

Feydhoo Island
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Tips for your next Maldives Vacation.

1. Maldives Islands are one of the top islands in the world which offer amazing underwater experience, So you are guaranteed the best scuba diving and snorkeling experience here.
2. Being an Island destination there are assorted sets of seafood options available and few are unique to the Maldives, So Don’t forget to check out local cafes for seafood options.
3. Even though there are domestic flights and seaplanes transfers, the most convenient and preferred way of exploring this island nation is through ferries/boats. There are regular ferry options available throughout the day.
4. If your itinerary includes a speed boat transport, ensure that you are seated in the back seats, as back seats are more comfortable and relatively safe compared to the front rows.
5. if you are visiting the Maldives during Off-season or rainy season, while you might experience occasional rains, the coral reefs and underwater life is most active during this season.
6. If you are worried about the budget and expenses in the private islands, there are equally good properties in the public island which have amazing outdoor water activities.

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