Packing for the Maldives should be pretty easy right? Where the temperature very rarely drops below 25 and usually sits at constant 29-30 degrees, you definitely don’t need a woolly jumper. (Although I do recommend having one on the plane as sometimes they really crank the air-con!) But you do want to look your best, and as you’re here I guess your wondering what to take to the Maldives – so I’ve put together this Maldives Packing List complete with travel accessories and outfit inspiration to help you to decide What To Wear in the Maldives. I’m positive these summer style outfits will keep you cool and looking fabulous throughout this holiday of a lifetime and gives you a few tips for island travel essentials that you don’t want to leave home without!
What to Wear In The Maldives – The Ultimate Maldives Packing List
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She has lived and worked in 7 different countries and started the site to show everyone that it is possible to travel whilst holding down a full time job (because not everyone can – or wants to – quit and walk away from it all).
Her style of travel has always been to get the best out of a destination as a time poor traveler making the most of limited vacation days and all without breaking the bank; BUT she does know where to save and where to splurge to have the most incredible travel experiences – such as luxury hotels and over-water bungalows, safaris, spas and more(!) – where the situation calls for it.