There’s a saying, “The greatness of a culture can be found in its festivals.” And it’s true, especially as a traveler, that if you want to know about the culture of a place, the best time to visit is during its festivals. The national festivals are also significant as it is the time when the country peacefully and unanimously experiences and reflects the zenith of patriotism. You can take a deep dive into the history of that particular nation during this time. Maldives festivals, during the celebrations, oozes culture, traditions and historical glory of the country.
Here is a list of the most famous festivals in Maldives that you should definitely attend on your vacation. Attend these festivals and become a part of the grand celebrations in Maldives. Keep scrolling down and read along!
Ramadan: (23 April – 23 May 2020)
Eid-Ul Fitr: (23 May – 24 May 2020)
Bodu Eid: (31 July 2020)
Eid-Ul-Adha: (31 July 2020)
Prophet’s Birthday: (28 October – 29 October 2020)
The Day Maldives Embraced Islam: (15 November – 16 November 2020)
Independence Day Of Maldives: (26 July 2020)
National Day: (17 October – 18 October 2020)
Republic Day: (11 November 2020)
For the fact that Maldives is an overwhelmingly Muslim country, a majority of its festivals are based on Islam…