New Delhi [India]February 4 (ANI/PNN): With the arrival of the omicron variant, the pandemic rollercoaster is on again, but now that the omicron has hit a new low, we can all breathe a sigh of relief.

With this, tourism has also rebounded. Traveling to explore new destinations has now begun with utmost care and caution.

The journey is no more than a distant dream. We are planning our trip by doing thorough research and considering the whole situation and health precautions. Thus, we focus on those destinations, which are safe in terms of Omicron and Covid, and not far from our country, and yet, offer refreshing and rejuvenating holidays.

The destination that ticked all the boxes is the Maldives. After doing the due diligence around the Maldives, the vital factor that mattered most was how isolated each island in the Maldives is, with most islands only having one hotel each. So – the Maldives is for the long-awaited getaway!

The Maldives are ideal for honeymooners – where the couple can have all the time to themselves – without following a set travel routine or ticking off all the tourist spots. Some of the unusual experiences in the Maldives that honeymooners should not miss are:

Dine under the stars

Don’t miss the opportunity to have a candlelit dinner under the twinkling stars with the calm, soothing sound of the waves as background music, and in the company of your loved one.

Treat yourself to couples spa therapies

Complete relaxation with spa treatments next to your partner, overlooking the great Indian Ocean, is an experience not to be missed when visiting the Maldives.

cinema by the sea

Imagine snuggling up with your partner while watching a romantic movie on the beach, enjoying your favorite meal with the sound waves of the ocean as your backdrop. Watching a movie in such a beautiful location will be an experience to treasure.

Take a walk on the glowing beach

While in the Maldives, take a romantic ride with your loved one to Vaadhoo Island. Witness the bioluminescence – with a luminous carpet under your feet, twinkling stars above you, with a gentle ocean breeze, create the perfect moment to sink in on your Maldivian honeymoon.

A romantic date at the Underwater Sea restaurant

You would have had many romantic dates in several restaurants in the city, but experiencing a romantic date in an underwater restaurant while watching fish, turtles, stingrays and other sea animals swimming around from you is an entirely different experience.

After planning the destination and various experiences during your vacation, the next vital aspect to work on is accommodation. An overwater villa or accommodation option over the water or next to the beach is what would suit honeymooners best. But, choosing a resort can be tricky. Due to the pandemic, many resorts are offering lucrative packages to attract customers. This could lead to even greater confusion as to which one to choose. Do not worry; seek help and advice from our hotel experts to create your personalized Maldives tour package.

The perfect time to visit the Maldives is now. There is never a bad time to travel to this country. The weather in this country is warm all year round, where now – the weather between November and April is the best time to visit the Maldives. Temperatures generally range between 25 and 31 degrees Celsius. There can be unpredictable showers, warm sunny mornings, humid air and a cool sea breeze in the evening. In March-April, the ocean is quite calm, which makes it suitable for water sports.

Along with Visa on Arrival for Indians – Maldives Tourism has promoted the destination which allows Indians to plan their trip hassle-free with all safety and hygiene protocols followed strictly. Planning a honeymoon in the Maldives, all of these and a few more must be considered, which Flamingo Transworld’s destination experts will guide you through.

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