Black Friday Deal on Emirates Flights to the Maldives
Special Offer: Black Friday Deals
Airfare: from $779 roundtrip*
Origination City: See Below
Arrival City: Malé, Maldives MLE
Stay: Four Day Minimum
Travel Period: January 11, 2022 – April 30, 2022
Sale Period: November 23, 2021 – November 28, 2021
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Emirates Flights To The Maldives
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About The Maldives
The Maldives is a nation of islands in the Indian Ocean, that spans across the equator. The country is comprised of 1192 islands that stretch along a length of 871 kilometers. While the country covers an area of approximately 90,000 square kilometers, only 298 square kilometers of that is dry land. The islands are grouped into a double chain of 26 atolls.
The country’s unique geography mesmerizes the visitor. Reefs that offer bands of color, tiny jewel-like islands rimmed with the whitest of soft sand surrounded by the clearest shallow waters that one can imagine. Only 200 of the islands are inhabited, and a select few on each of the atolls are resorts and some of the islands are used for industry and agriculture.
The beauty of the Maldives is not only above the water. The Maldives is home to about five percent of the planet’s reefs that come with an explosion of color contributed by soft and hard corals that form them. The reefs are home to a thousand species of fish. Lured by the rich nutrients that flow in with the currents, large pelagic fishes such as manta rays and whale sharks also make the Maldives their home.
Several conservation efforts are underway to protect the valuable marine environment of Maldives. While several marine species and birds are protected by law, protected areas have been designated to ensure the conservation of specific ecosystems and the rich biodiversity of the country. This includes designated nature reserves in islands of various atolls to protect wetlands and mangroves and the protection of marine areas and the designation of biosphere reserves that covers coral reefs, islands, seagrass beds, and mangroves. read more
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 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. You will likely see plenty of anemones, different kinds of rays, octopus, squid, and even giant clams. Whales, dolphins, and turtles are spotted often. The Baa Atoll, named a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve 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.
The Maldives are tropical, with plenty of sunshine and temperatures around 26.4°C (79.52°F) to 31.5°C (88.7°F) throughout the year.