Weather in the Maldives is sultry, humid and sunny. Although this unique country is a popular destination all year round for honeymooners, families, and backpackers, December to April is the season to visit this great Asian beach destination. Christmas and New Year celebrations in Maldives can also be a great opportunity for many travelers. For those who want to take a break from the harsh winter cold, snow and storms to enjoy the warm climate of their upcoming holidays, Maldives' holiday planning in December this year should be seriously considered.
The country has some exotic beaches, each offering thriving sandy beaches, deep blue waters, turquoise reefs and luxurious resorts. Whether you and your family love a pampering stay at a spa or cozy accommodation in one of the beach villas, Maldives has it all. There are many star resorts, boutique hotels and secluded beach houses to choose from. During the holidays, many elite resorts, hotels and villas in Maldives host private events, exclusive Christmas and New Year's Eve dinners and celebratory nights.
The weather in December is dry and sunny with a maximum temperature of mid-27C. Precipitation is rare in the country next December. However, weather changes can sometimes change due to northeast monsoon influences. When it comes to activities in December, Maldives offers endless choices for every traveler. Of course, water activities are at the top of this peak season. You'll be surprised to find a great selection in December – special Christmas cruise tours, cruise tours, snorkeling trips, scuba diving and scuba diving tours.
Although the local culture is inspired by Islam, resorts celebrate Christmas and New Year with great enthusiasm and enjoyment. Resorts and hotels in Maldives offer special packages for New Year's Eve celebrations. Like many western countries, they celebrate this special event with champagne toasts, fireworks, rock music and DJ nights. Resorts host top-notch nightly, dance and music programs to entertain their guests. Many celebrity DJs and singers are also joining in to make these events more enjoyable each year.
The holiday season in Maldives is truly celebrated with magnificent splendor and show. Many exotic beaches attract musicians, singers, drummers and tourists to enjoy a New Year's Eve in Maldives. Tourists can expect a special menu at every Maldivian restaurant and luxury eatery. In addition to champagne, cakes and other traditional pastries, you can also expect some typical local dishes such as background bokaiba, kiru Sarbat, kuli boakaiba and Gula. Even the locals enjoy this holiday with great joy and enthusiasm. The streets are often seen decorated with colorful lights, various local ornaments and even flowers. Restaurants offer special menus and drinks throughout the holiday season.