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Maldives

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Getting There

Indian airlines

Indian airlines flies direct from Bangalore to Maldives on daily basis. The Return air fare Ex Bangalore starts from INR 15800 per person including all taxes.

Sri Lankan Airlines

Sri Lankan Airlines offers best connection from all major Indian Cities to Maldives (Via Colombo) with a return airfare Ex. New Delhi of INR 29230, including All taxes.

 

** The above air fare were updated on 6th September 2008 and are subject to change without any notice.

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Weather

The Maldives has a tropical climate with warm temperatures year round and a great deal of sunshine. The warm tropical climate results in relatively minor variations in daily temperature throughout the year. The hottest month on average is April and the coolest, December. The weather is determined largely by the monsoons.

There is a significant variation in the monthly rainfall levels. February is the driest with January to April being relatively dry, May and October records the highest average monthly rainfall. The southwest monsoon or hulhangu from May to September is the wet season. Rough seas and strong winds are common during this period. The northeast monsoon iruvai falls between December to April. This is a period of clear skies, lower humidity and very little rain. The Maldives is in the equatorial belt and therefore severe storms and cyclones are extremely rare events. However the country is affected whenever cyclones form in the Bay of Bengal or the Arabian Sea. The spiraling clouds of the weather systems appear over the Maldives causing spells of rain.

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