The Maldives benefits from their location near the Equator, which offers stable temperatures throughout the year and protection from cyclones.
The year is divided into 2 monsoons : the summer monsoon and the winter monsoon called respectively Iruvai and Halhangu.
The Winter Monsoon, "Iruvai", generally dry and sunny, is the best time to go to Maldives. The Summer Monsoon, "Halhangu", generally rainy and windy Season is considered as the strongest Maldives Monsoon and not the best time to visit Maldives.
The average minimum temperatures vary little throughout the year and... Continue reading