Planning a romantic getaway from WFH confinement? Then, there’s no better time to do it than now – and there’s no better place to do it than in the Maldives. From sunrise yoga, lounging on hammocks and enjoying soothing hydrotherapy spa treatments to a romantic sunset cruise or cinematic soiree under the stars, The Standard, Huruvalhi Maldives is offering a range of swoon-worthy getaway packages that can be customized to your needs to take your Valentine’s Day celebration to the next level, be it with your significant other or even with a group of friends or family, with private villas starting at $350 USD per night.
There is no better time than now to hit the Maldives – the sun is shining bright; the resorts are offering the best rates ever and the dry season is in full swing! February is a wonderful time to visit as it’s one of the Maldives’ driest months, with less than 70mm of monthly rainfall (in fact the lowest right through to March), average maximum temperatures of 86°F (30°C) and around 10 hours of sunshine each day. The plus side? You get the best visibility for diving and snorkeling.
With lockdowns, Work From Home (WFH) and remote learning policies wreaking havoc on our everyday lives globally, it doesn’t mean we can’t escape on a romantic getaway. People around the world are seeking solace in the Maldives with the lure of its stunning natural beauty, turquoise waters, vast marine life and a host of fun-filled leisure activities. Ultimately, it’s the best place to heal the lockdown blues.