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Planning For A Holiday Destination Abroad? Here's Why Maldives Offers A Perfect Winter Getaway

Christmas-New Year trip, here is good news! Also read - Planning to visit Ladakh? 8 essential tips for first-time travelers for a memorable trip

By the MeraAvishkar Lifestyle Staff | Updated: Tuesday, December 1, 2020 5:30 pm

 The year 2020 is drawing to a close, and by now we are all looking forward to that perfect dream vacation, a luxury we've been deprived of, for so long, thanks to the pandemic. 

But don't worry, if you've been looking to get away to a beautiful island for that long-awaited

 Christmas-New Year trip, here is good news! Also read - Planning to visit Ladakh? 8 essential tips for first-time travelers for a memorable trip

 Yes, the beautiful island nation reopened the doors to international tourism as of July 15 and was one of the first countries to do so.

Last month, many Bollywood actors, including Taapsee Pannu, Varun Dhawan, Katrina Kaif, Disha Patani, Tiger Shroff, spent their vacations in the Maldives, which gave us important travel goals.

Why should you visit the Maldives?

 In addition to the pristine white sand beaches, luxurious resorts and the expanse of the Indian Ocean, the months of December to April are the perfect time to visit the island country.

 The average temperature is 29 C to 31 C during this period, which makes it the ideal holiday destination. Rainfall during this time is minimal and humidity is very low between January and April.

 Furthermore, the Maldives is an archipelago with more than 1,190 coral islands that provide natural isolation for those who travel to the country. The islands also follow the concept of "one island, one resort", whereby travelers visiting the Maldives are limited to the resort they are staying at.

 Another big reason is the relatively short duration of the flight, no visa problems and no quarantine. So, book that ticket now!

 How to get there

 After the Maldives was opened to tourism, India and the Maldives signed an air bubble agreement in August, as part of which the natives of these nations can travel to and from the countries for employment, tourism, medical emergencies, etc.

 Air India, Go Air and IndiGo currently have flights from Delhi and Mumbai to the capital Male.

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