Enjoy the beauty of the Maldives with FASCINATION MALDIVES.
Imagine waking up to perfection, where dreams become a reality, swimming in turquoise waters and walking on deserted white sand beaches, just for you!

You will discover a world of lush nature, you will see what you have never seen before, groups of Mantas, sea turtles, multicolored fish, merry dolphins, the famous Wale Shark, a crystal clear sea, a blue sky, beaches on a island after another. On some islands you will find interesting local fishing villages to visit, see how tuna is dried and smoked.

Experience the culture and history of the Maldives. While other islands are elegant resort houses or so are completely uninhabited deserted.

Watch the dolphins play at sunset while having a cocktail in hand served on the upper deck! Tasted Maldivian and international cuisine, specially cooked for you by our chef. These will be the best moments of your life that you will never forget! Fascination Luxury private yacht.

About Maldives

The Maldives is a remarkable archipelago, consisting of 1,190 small coral islands grouped into 26 atolls, on the edge of the equator, scattered across the Indian Ocean, with a temperature of 28 to 30 degrees throughout the year.

Only 185 of these islands are inhabited, while the others are widely used for tourism and agriculture. The atolls are composed of living coral reefs and sandbanks perched atop a 960 km underwater ridge, while the land has lush tropical vegetation with abundant local coconut trees.

With an average ground level of 1.5 m above sea level, the Maldives is by far the lowest country on earth and as such has a very fragile ecosystem. The capital and largest city of the Maldives is Male. The Maldives is officially a candidate for the final of the “7 Natural Wonders of the World” competition.

Climate in the Maldives

The tropical climate is sunny with a light sea breeze, one can expect influences from the monsoon. Temperature: 30 C all year round Sea temperature: 22 C to 28 C

Languages in the Maldives

Locals speak Dhivehi, with English widely spoken in areas frequented by tourists.

Culture in the Maldives

The local culture presents a lively mix of South Indian, Sinhalese and Arab influences that is reflected in traditional music, dance, cuisine and island art.

Currency in the Maldives

The currency unit is the Maldivian Rufiyaa (MVR), international credit cards are accepted.

Flights to Maldives

There are frequent direct flights to Malé from most international destinations such as Dubai, Singapore and major airports in Southeast Asia, as well as an increasing number of charter flights from Europe.