Advantages Relaxing or Active
See my latest review on Embudu village http://travel.ciao.co.uk/Embudu_Village_Maldives__Review_5731213Also on Summer Island village - http://travel.ciao.co.uk/Summer_Island_Village_Maldives__Review_5686286
Also my review on Fihalhohi Island Resort -http://travel.ciao.co.uk/Fihalhohi_Island_Resort__Review_5546645I will update this review, to keep folk informed with as much info as possible.
You can be as relaxed or as active as you want. All Islands have water sports centers; some have gyms, saunas and spars. They all arrange trips to other islands, night fishing, snorkeling and trips to Male the capital
PRICES vary on the time of year you go, and the rating of the resort. As a good reference an average 3*+ resort all inclusive price (2 weeks) is an average of £1100-£1400, you can pay less than this if you book last minute but then you might not get the island you really want, also all the extra leg room seats have been booked. However if this doesn't bother you then some last minute deals are as cheap as £700-£1000. Thomson is featuring the Maldives as a new destination in there far and away brochure with some good prices compared with the other tour operators.General tips for anyone wishing to visit the Maldives.
All-inclusive is by far the best value, unless you are diving (you cannot take advantage of the bar)The best time to go is between November and April, which brings calm seas and light breezes.
Take only US$ in travellers cheques and a small amount of notes for tips. e.g. Your porter who carries your cases to your room 1-2$ a case, your room boy about 5-10$ a week and any good bar staff.
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