Maldives 4-star resort with half board and snorkeling for US$623 per night

Located in the middle of a vast and beautiful ocean, the Maldives serve as one of the world’s most talked about vacation destinations with visitors traveling hundreds and thousands of miles for a chance to stay a few days in this beautiful oasis. Here you’ll find several different types of resorts to choose from, some that operate on an all-inclusive basis, some that are more suited to those seeking a private honeymoon and others yet that pride themselves on being a cheap Maldives resort that offers the famed glass floor.

If you’re looking for a cheaper Maldives resort in the 4-star category that won’t break the bank yet still offers lots of different things to do and see as well as great amenities, then you’ll want to look closely into the Thulhagiri Island Resort. Here you’ll find beautiful rooms and views starting out at only US$623 a night for two people on a half-board basis.

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Maldives water-villa resorts with surfing

While the Maldives is known mostly as a honeymoon and sunshine-holiday destination, the country has very good surf spots at a variety of locations throughout the archepelago. If you are going to focus your entire trip on surfing in the Maldives then you should probably contact a tour operator that specializes in those trips, but if you are rather looking to surf a few days as part of a trip to a resort then you’ve come to the right place.

Most of the 80 or so water villa resorts on private islands in the Maldives offer wind-surfing in addition to diving, snorkeling, sailing, and fishing, but only a limited number have proper surf beaches on their islands or very nearby. The water villa resorts that offer surfing are listed below, and fortunately they come in all price ranges. The best surf is said to be at the Chaaya Island Dhonveli, which is the cheapest on the list as well. Others are in the moderate or luxury price categories, so there’s a great choice for every budget. [read more]

Maldives 5 star all-inclusive resort with a jacuzzi for two for US$734 per night

An ocean country far removed from it all, the Maldives consist of hundreds of islands in the middle of one of the most productive and beautiful bodies of water on the entire planet. But during a visit here, you’ll not only find bountiful amounts of ocean creatures, both big and small, but islands dotted with palm trees and lined with white sand beaches, friendly locals and a rich culture that welcomes travelers from around the world.

You’ll also find a plethora of beautifully designed and well kept resorts, with a large number of these resorts sitting in the luxury 4 and 5-star classes. Though all resorts are water front, they do vary a bit from one another. If you’re seeking a resort that caters more toward the romantically inclined and is an all-inclusive, then you’ll want to look into the spacious jacuzzi water villas at the Veligandu Island Resort. With nightly rates starting out at only US$734 a night, you’ll find that paradise is closer than you thought.

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Maldives 4 and 1/2-star all-inclusive water villas with a golf course for US$617 per night

A stunning location that beckons travelers from around the world with crystal clear waters, palm tree lined beaches, a friendly culture and good food, the Maldives serve as a prime vacation destination, with many returning year after year. But not only will you find beauty in the natural environment here, but also in the many luxury resorts that call this island nation home.

If you’re looking for an all-inclusive option that prides itself on the many different activities and amenities offered in conjunction to its large and spacious overwater villas, then you’ll fall in love with the Kuredu Island Resort. With nightly rates starting out at only US$617 per night for two people, it’s hard to go wrong.

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Maldives 4 and 1/2-star water villas with a private jacuzzi for US$584 per night

An increasingly popular tropical destination that beckons travelers from around the globe, the Maldives is a clear winner in the vacation resort department with raving reviews, fantastic ocean views and a staff that prides themselves on helping you enjoy the best vacation possible. In addition to all that, guests here will find clear ocean waters to enjoy and relax in, white sand beaches dotted with palm trees and rooms that cater to those seeking a private oasis all their own.

As your interest in the Maldives peaks, you’ll most likely be looking at the different types of resorts in the area. You’ll find that some are catered more toward romantic couples seeking a private holiday while others are a bit more suited to group or family gatherings. If you’re seeking a resort with both types of travelers in mind, then you’ll want to take a good look at the Meeru Island Resort where rooms start out at only US$584 for two people per night.

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About overwater bungalows and water villas

First introduced in the South Pacific only a few decades ago, the overwater bungalow is now one of the hottest trends in the resort world. Honeymoon couples have been staying in these iconic rooms since the beginning, but now they are popular with families and adventure travelers as well.

For many people, the South Pacific island of Bora Bora is the most famous destination for the best overwater bungalows, but it’s actually the Maldives, which is just southwest of India, where most of these huts-on-stilts exist. The Maldives has more than 80 resorts that feature water villas (as they are typically known there), with several new private-island resorts opening every year.

In the South Pacific you will find almost a dozen resorts on Bora Bora, another five on Moorea, and two on Tahiti that have over water villas. There are about 10 additional overwater resorts on other South Pacific islands stretching all the way to Fiji and New Caladonia.

There are also about a dozen overwater bungalow resorts in the Caribbean, mostly off the coast of Central America, with nearly all of them being diving-oriented “eco resorts.” But a few luxury overwater bungalows exist and more are being built on St. Lucia and other islands in the popular areas of the Caribbean, and this website will be the best place to look for information on all of them.