When to Visit

A Year-Round Destination!


Embark on a journey to Goidhoo, Fehendhoo, and Fulhadhoo, where the best time to visit is during the dry season from December to April. This period promises sunny days with minimal rainfall, providing an ideal setting for water-based activities such as snorkeling and diving. However, the dry season coincides with the peak tourist season, leading to higher prices for flights and accommodations. For a budget-friendly option, consider the shoulder season from May to July and September to November, which strikes a balance between favorable weather and lower costs.

The Maldives, with its year-round tropical climate and temperatures averaging 26-31°C (79-88°F), remains a pleasant destination at any time. The archipelago experiences two distinct periods:

January to March: dry season dominated by northeast monsoons, and from

Mid-May to November: wet season with occasional heavy showers.

Despite the term "wet," this season sees more rain compared to the dry season, but prolonged days of rain are rare. Thunderstorms occasionally occur, providing a refreshing break from the usual sunny weather. While brief heavy rain showers can happen any time of the year, there's no need for excessive concern. The evolving climate patterns globally make historical data less reliable, but overall, an excellent weather experience is expected throughout the Maldives throughout the year.


Consider joining us during our festive period, specifically during Eid – a time when the atoll comes alive with vibrant celebrations and exciting activities for everyone.

Eid is a special time in the Maldives, marked by joyous festivities that offer a unique cultural experience for visitors. The Horsburgh Atoll, with its warm hospitality and breathtaking surroundings, becomes a haven for those seeking an immersive and celebratory vacation.

During Eid, the atoll hosts a plethora of fun activities suitable for all ages and interests. From traditional ceremonies and cultural performances to lively street fairs and delectable feasts, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Dive into the rich cultural tapestry of the Maldives as you witness locals coming together to celebrate this joyous occasion.

Keep in mind that, due to the local nature of the islands, business hours may experience slight adjustments during holidays and event periods. However, rest assured that the islands do not shut down completely. In fact, this provides a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture!