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How much does it cost to stay at Lodges In Maldives?

On an average, Lodges In Maldives costs around INR 91 per night.

What are the best Lodges In Maldives?

Some of the best Lodges In Maldives are Holiday Cottage Thoddoo, Maldives, SeaLaVie Inn, Relax Residence Thoddoo Maldives

How much is a Lodges In Maldives for this weekend?

The average price per night for a Lodges In Maldives for this weekend is INR 91

What are the best Lodges In Maldives with a pool?

Best Lodges In Maldives with a pool are Holiday Cottage Thoddoo, Maldives, Plumeria Maldives, Crystal Sands

Suggest some Lodges In Maldives with good wifi?

Best Lodges In Maldives with wifi availability are are Holiday Cottage Thoddoo, Maldives, SeaLaVie Inn, Relax Residence Thoddoo Maldives

What all are the best Lodges In Maldives for a weekend stay?

Some of the best Lodges In Maldives for a weekend stay are Holiday Cottage Thoddoo, Maldives, SeaLaVie Inn, Relax Residence Thoddoo Maldives

Best time for a staycation in Maldives?

The best time to visit the Maldives is from December to March.  It is the dry season in Maldives with very little rainfall and low humidity. It is also the ideal time for sunbathing, scuba diving and snorkelling which makes it the peak season. The average temperature during this time ranges between 24 and 30 degrees Celcius.

May to November is the wet season in Maldives with high humidity and intermittent heavy rainfall. However, this means that the prices are comparatively lower during this time and there is a lesser crowd at the resorts. May to November is also the ideal time for surfing because of the bigger waves and better swells.
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