All-Inclusive holidays in The Maldives

Made up of two hundred tiny inhabited islands, the Maldives is a tropical island nation renowned for its white sand beaches, turquoise blue lagoons and extensive reefs. With an abundance of marine life, magnificent surf breaks and luxurious overwater villas, Maldives holidays are a dream come true.

Discover new ways to play and unwind at Club Med Kani Maldives Resort. With seemingly infinite possibilities to ignite excitement and pursue your passions, revel in the best Maldives all-inclusive resort amid 2-kilometres of powdery white beaches, swaying palms, and exhilarating underwater adventures. Whether partaking in new pursuits or diving into a favourite pastime, the resort’s unmatched offerings make every day worth celebrating. From snorkelling with schools of tropical fish, to paddling through crystal clear waters, or dining on international culinary creations and freshly caught seafood, a holiday here is simply unforgettable.

For a truly luxurious way to enjoy the Maldives, Club Med Kani’s discrete Manta Exclusive Collection introduces a heightened level of refinement in each of its overwater suites.

from AUD 2,115 instead of AUD 2,795 per person, all-inclusive*

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Nestled on the private, beautifully preserved island of Gasfinolhu in the heart of the Indian Ocean, our ecologically conscious Maldives all-inclusive resort is surrounded by natural splendour at every turn. With butlers available to assist with any need or request, redefine your idea of paradise at the award-winning Finolhu Villas.

Luxury, calm and exquisite pleasure: that’s what you can expect from an all-inclusive stay in the Maldives.

Dozens of atolls, translucent waters, multicoloured fish and deserted beaches ... You’re in the Maldives, a little piece of paradise in the Indian Ocean.

Your stay in the Maldives, here in the heart of nature at its most sensuous and romantic

On honeymoon or in search of a journey that’s truly timeless? Head for the Maldives. This small country made up of 1200 islets, just 200 of them inhabited, is a natural treasure. On one of the uninhabited islets, enjoy an all-inclusive package in the Maldives with just coconut palms, fine sand and whispering waves for company. From your Club Med Kani resort, visit the islets by seaplane, enjoying a bird’s eye view of the colourful lagoons and coral reefs.

Dive into the discovery of a myriad of treasures

Leave the air and head for the ocean. Your stay in the Maldives continues with a trip to Ari Atoll aboard a glass-bottom boat: ideal for observing the aquatic ballet of fish dancing around the coral reefs. Then dive into the waters off North Malé Atoll at Manta Point for some unexpected encounters during your all-inclusive package in the Maldives: just opposite the atoll of your Club Med Finolhu Villas resort, you can swim with the manta rays and whale sharks. Completely harmless, they’ll be happy to come up close and say hello.

The welcome and warmth are all included: that’s what makes a stay in the Maldives so authentic

Much more than just an idyllic setting, the Maldives have an identity forged by a range of different influences. In Malé, which in Sanskrit means "big house", the Maldives National Museum bears witness to the Indian, Muslim, Buddhist and Portuguese civilisations that live side by side in the country. Malé is also an island of traditions, as you’ll see for yourself at its picturesque market: around stalls of exotic multicoloured fish, folklore and trading rituals provide a real spectacle for you to enjoy every day. A spectacle that’s tinged with the kindness of the locals who’ll welcome you into this "big house" and provide some great tips on where to savour grilled bonito or help you seek out a secret islet. Everything you need to make your stay in the Maldives even more memorable.

Maldives National Museum

The Maldives National Museum is one of the great cultural symbols of the Maldives. In Malé, with its modern yet understated architectural setting, the museum guards behind its doors a wealth of artefacts. Pre-Islamic antiquities, thrones and armour uncove...

The Maldives: Maradhoo

Witness the spine-tingling ballet of the manta ray by heading for Maradhoo. This secluded Indian Ocean paradise promises breathtaking underwater thrills. The diving clubs are on hand to offer a warm welcome and all the advice you may need. Located to the ...

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The Maldives: Old Friday Mosque

Located on the Medu Ziraye Magu in Malé, the Old Friday Mosque is one of the oldest monuments in the Maldives. Built in the 17th century from coral, this place of worship, also known as Hukuru Miskiy, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The architectural...

The Maldives: Malé Fish Market

Strolling through the market, you’ll discovery an hallmark of Malé folklore. A vast array of fish of all sizes are laid out before you on the ground, on mats, to make negotiating as simple as possible. An extraordinary experience, very typical of Malé, th...

Big-game fishing

01 janvier 2017 - 31 décembre 2018

The height of sport fishing, big-game fishing is heaven on earth for keen anglers. That’s where the Maldives really excel as the destination of choice for fishermen and seasoned seafarers. Departing from your Finolhu Villas resort, take your boat out onto...

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Fly in a seaplane

01 janvier 2017 - 31 décembre 2018

Fly free as a bird during your all-inclusive package in the Maldives by climbing on board for a seaplane excursion. Your seaplane adventure gives you the chance you fully appreciate the natural beauty of the constellation of islands and atolls that fill t...

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Best time of year to come to the Maldives

The Maldives is gorgeous all year round with temperatures between 26˚C and 32˚C. The best time of year to visit depends on what you’re hoping to see and do while there.

The dry season is from November until April, and the monsoon season starts in May and lasts until October, with June being the wettest month.

The most popular time to visit the Maldives is between December and March. Fortunately, because the Maldives consists of many smaller islands with private resorts, it never really gets overcrowded, even during peak tourist season.

If you’re looking for more affordable Maldives packages, planning a trip during the low season could save you some money. And even during the monsoon season, the Maldives has plenty to offer, from swimming and relaxing to private tours.

Visiting the Maldives as a couple

The Maldives is well-known for its gorgeous white beaches and clear turquoise waters, but also for being the ultimate couple’s getaway and honeymoon destination.

Maldives holiday packages are often specifically tailored to couples, which means whether you’re on your honeymoon or just taking some well-deserved time off with your sweetheart, most all inclusive Maldives packages will include romantic activities like couple’s massages, sunset boat rides and candlelit dinners on the beach.

Once you’re all rested up and ready to be a bit more active, you can try activities like snorkelling or diving, island hopping and even deep sea fishing.

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