The Republic of Maldives is a country made up of small islands in South Asia. Located 430 miles (700 km) south of the mainland of Asia, the Maldives has built its reputation of being a romantic honeymoon paradise. Surrounded by tranquil blue waters, the country is divided into 1200 islands spread out over 35,000 square miles, making it the most dispersed country in the world.
Private Charter Flight to the Maldives with Admiral Jet
The Maldives currently have 14 airports, including five international airports. Due to the size and dispersed nature of the islands, the rest are domestic airports to speed up island hopping. There are over 1 million visitors to the island country each year. Fly with Admiral Jet and arrive in comfort to get your holiday off to the romantic and relaxing start it deserves with a private jet. After all, it’s a 12-hour flight from London to the Maldives.
A Romantic Haven
Surrounded by crystal clear turquoise seas, white sandy beaches and everything you need for your tropical oasis, the Maldives has a lot to offer couples, families and groups. Spend time relaxing on the beach and take a swim and escape the hectic pace of the world.
Don’t like the idea of spending hour and hour relaxing on a white sandy beach with a book? That’s okay; the Maldives caters to all types of travellers with an array of fun and energising water sports opportunities. You can sail from island to island, go snorkelling or diving in the coral reef and you can even go swimming with the majestic whale shark.
Food and Culture
The traditional food of the Maldives (Dhivehi cuisine) is a sumptuous blend of tropical tastes and flavours. Coconut is one of the main ingredients here, along with curries, street food, and other cuisines expected in South Asia, but with an island twist. Seafood lovers rejoice, fish is a local favourite, and you will be amazed by Mas Huni, Dhon Riha, or even the flavour of Sai (Maldivian tea).
Witness the spectacular Bodu Beru (a Maldivian folk dance) which takes place every evening on the beach.
There are so many species of flora and fauna living in and around the islands. Take a sea safari to spot dolphins and whales, swim with reef sharks, manta rays, turtles and so much more. Go bird watching and identify some of the 180 species of birds, bats and lizards.
Take A Walk Along The Beach At Night
The beaches and sea come to life at night with a stunning spectacle, glowing as you’ve never seen before. It’s certainly worth the trip, even during the Summer months of July and August to witness these events.
Visit Male and Suburbs
Envelope yourself in the authentic lifestyle and culture of the Maldives by visiting the city of Male. The Fish and Fruit markets are abuzz with life and should be on your list of things to do.
The Republic of Maldives is a therapy and relaxation hub of the world. Take time to unwind with many spa treatments and specialities that will calm your mind (and body) as you never knew possible.