Turkish Airlines are offering cheap flights from Ljubljana, Skopje or Sofia to Maldives! Book a ticket from only €411 return!
Maldives is a dream destination, with luxury bungalows extending over turquoise waters. Sandy beaches, swaying palm trees, coral reefs and underwater wildlife make this country one of the most sought after sunshine destinations on the planet.
What to wear in the Maldives
Dress restrictions apply to the capital island and local islands. Please respect the Islamic customs and have your thighs and shoulders covered. A good tip for women is to pack a sarong or scarf. See-through and tight clothing can cause offence. Bikini or swimming costumes should be limited to resorts, private sunbathing areas, boats and designated tourist areas on inhabited islands.
Resort islands have no requirement for you to be modestly dressed on the beaches but generally a sarong is still useful for women. Nakedness is strictly forbidden under Maldivian law so nude or topless bathing is not allowed.
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May – June; September – October
Apr 15-23, May 13-21, May 31 – Jun 8, Sep 16-28, Sep 28 – Oct 6, Nov 5-13, 20-30, Nov 27 – Dec 3, Dec 5-13, 10-18, 15-23, Jan 5-13, 6-15, 20-28, Jan 30 – Feb 7
Ljubljana – Male – Ljubljana
Skopje – Male – Skopje
Sofia – Male – Sofia
One cabin bag and one checked bag per passenger.
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