• 12/25/2017 1:20 PM
  • João

CHEAP! Flights from San Francisco to the Maldives from $567!

CHEAP!

4* China Southern Airlines are offering flights from San Francisco to Maldives from only $567 for a roundtrip!
If you’re looking for a paradisiacal place, with golden sand, crystal clear waters and plenty of sun, Maldives are a great choice. Fly to this small nation in the middle of the Indian Ocean and be amazed by the the fantastic beaches, coral reefs and underwater wildlife that make this country one of the most sought after beach destinations on the planet!

Find out more information about Maldives on Destination Fly4free: the Maldives

Travel dates:
April – May; Aug – October 2018

Travel dates:
Apr 3-15, May 1-13, Aug 28 – Sep 11, Sep 4-16, Oct 16-28

Routing:
San Francisco – Male – San Francisco

How to book:
CLICK HERE >> or just follow one of the links below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag and one piece of checked baggage per passenger.

Sample reservation:
San Francisco – Male – San Francisco >>

San Francisco – Male – San Francisco (Better flight times)>>

Accommodation:
We advise you to stay at 3* Rip Tide Beach with great reviews. This property is 3 minutes walk from the beach. Located at the tip of South Male Atoll, Rip Tide Vacation Inn Maldives offers basic air-conditioned rooms with private bathroom. It includes an in-house restaurant. Simply furnished, rooms are equipped with a cable TV. The tiled bathrooms come with hot/cold shower and toiletries. Rip Tide Vacation Inn is a 45-minute speedboat ride or a 2-hour dhoani ride from Male International Airport. Upon request, the hotel can arrange day trips to nearby islands and other activities/excursions for guests.

Car:
Find the best car rental prices on Rentalcars.com.

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