Maldive Climate The climate of the Maldives is characterized as monsoonal, which is influenced by the action of the monsoons, winds that bring hot or cold, according to the different periods of the year that are taken into consideration, the climate is however almost always welcoming and warm, offering numerous visitors who wish to spend a few days of holiday, to be able to organize a trip that is certainly pleasant and unforgettable.

The Dry Monsoon, which blows from December to April, brings a temperate climate, clear sky, and almost no rainfall, the Humid Monsoon, which occurs from May to November, instead brings frequent rains that can affect the area even for several consecutive days and even quite strong winds.

The Maldives have a tropical climate, with humid summers and dry and dry winters, the average temperature is between 28 and 30 degrees centigrade, although, in the months of February and March, peaks of 35 °C are reached. The sea ​​average never drops below 26-27 degrees centigrade.

The best time to reach the Maldives is between December and April when the best weather conditions occur.