Flights to the Maldives from $750 roundtrip with Qatar Airways
Airline: Qatar Airways
Special Offer: A World Of Travel Options
Origination City: US Gateways (see below)
Arrival City: Male, Maldives MLE
Stay: 7+ Days
Travel Period: through January 2022
Sale Period: while available
Airfare from US Gateways
Chicago to the Maldives from $750
Washington DC to the Maldives from $782
New York to the Maldives from $793
Philadelphia to the Maldives from $793
Miami to the Maldives from $866
Los Angeles to the Maldives from $892
San Francisco to the Maldives from $939
Houston to the Maldives from $1061
Boston to the Maldives from $1071
Seattle to the Maldives from $1171
Dallas to the Maldives from $1238
Atlanta to the Maldives from $1413
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About The Maldive Islands
The Maldives, known to the locals in their native language (Dhivehi) as Dhivehi Raajje, is an archipelago of 1,192 coral islands grouped into 26 natural coral atolls in the Indian Ocean. They lie south-southwest of India and west of Sri Lanka. None of the coral islands measures more than 1.8 meters above sea level.
Only 192 islands are inhabited by its 300,000 inhabitants. The rest of the islands remain virgin islands except for more than 100 islands that have been developed for the top end of the tourist market.
Most visitors come to enjoy the countless plush resorts, excellent beaches, and stunningly colorful underwater life. Due to the isolated position of the island, the number of animals on land is limited, but just under the surface of the beautiful blue ocean, there’s a wealth of wildlife to see. Over 2000 species of fish in all colors of the rainbow roam the clear waters around the islands.
The Baa Atoll, named a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve in 2011 and one of the richest coral reefs in the world, is becoming the main tourist draw while also becoming an example of sustainable tourism in a protected area.
A flight to one of the many resort islands gives spectacular aerial views of picture-perfect islets, defined by rims of white sand and wide strokes of cobalt blue water.