18 photos that will make you want to visit the Maldives immediately

A lot of people dislike digital photography because we have a habit of taking photos, uploading them to our laptops and then never looking at them again. They sit in their well-organised folders, gathering virtual dust, never to be seen again.

Sound familiar?

This happens with some of my photos – but there are a few of those organised folders that never gather dust. Some of them I open up and happily scroll through whenever I’m feeling nostalgic. Weddings, birthdays and George’s first few months are the ones that get the most action…. but there’s one folder that is practically gleaming it’s opened so often.

This folder is my photos from the Maldives.

My blogger friend, Jayne from Girl Tweets World, has just returned from her and it looked more incredible than I can put into words (so you’ll have to check it out to see!) While she was out there my Facebook feed was filled with impossibly perfect pictures that I would have thought were Photoshopped if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes.

Yes, the water really is that blue.

Yes, the sand really is that white.

Yes, the water villas are that perfect.

While I was in the Maldives I really felt like I’d stepped inside a holiday brochure. And as someone who has read A LOT of holiday brochures and been sadly disappointed on several occasions (editing tools + 5am photo shoots + wide angle lenses can make any beach look good!) I mean that as the highest compliment.

After seeing Jayne’s honeymoon pictures I spent far too much time scrolling wistfully through all of my Maldives photos.

“Look how gorgeous the beach was, Sam,” I’d say as I shoved my laptop under his nose. “Mmm, and the food was so good. And do you remember that time we saw dolphins? Look, look, a photo of a dolphin!”

Sam usually humours me when I do this but with our Maldives photos he joined in eagerly.

“Find the photos of our villa!” he says. “And let’s watch my videos from scuba diving!”

And this is pretty much how we spend our evenings. Rock and roll.

We both agreed that the Maldives was one of our best holidays ever. It was worth the long flight with a 6 month old baby, worth the expense (because let’s be honest, it isn’t cheap) and worth the fact that we’ll compare every single beach holiday to our week in the Maldives – and I have a feeling nothing will live up to our new standards.

So without further ado, here are 18 photos that will make you want to visit the Maldives immediately.

Enjoy.

Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu

as seen from the seaplane

Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu jetty

Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu beach bar

Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu Lagoon villas

Sunset in the Maldives

Sunrise breakfast at Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu

Snorkelling in the Maldives

Dolphin spotting in the Maldives

Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu 13

Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu

Boat trips in the Maldives

Turtles hatching in the Maldives

The Maldives

Champage brekafast in the Maldives
Rainbow in the Maldives

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Photos that will make you want to visit the Maldives

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Healthy holiday habits I’m bringing home from the Maldives

I said yes!

Teeny, tiny turtles hatching in the Maldives

How to spend your birthday in paradise in the Maldives

What to pack for a holiday in the Maldives

What to pack for a baby in the Maldives

What it’s really like to travel to the Maldives with a baby

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Photos that will make you want to visit the Maldives…immediately!


The holiday low-down

I flew to Male with . I departed from Birmingham with a 3-hour layover in Istanbul – a good choice if you’re travelling with little ones!

I stayed at  for 6 nights in a Deluxe Villa on a full board basis.

Massive thanks to  for helping to organise my trip.

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Monica is the founder and editor of Fujiidenki. She began the blog in 2009 when she left the UK to travel around Asia and Australia for two years. She's now a professional blogger and has travelled around the world in search of stylish adventure travel.Monica has recently had her second baby and is determined to prove that travelling with a baby is possible!



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  1. What stunning photos! That dinner table must have been such an ideal set-up!

    I’m heading to the Maldives this Autumn, and I can’t wait! Your photos definitely made me want to go RIGHT now! 🙂 Thank you!

    1. You’re going to have such an incredible time!
      And the dinner table was amazing. It was actually breakfast and we had this incredible sunrise breakfast on the beach – the best way to start the day.

  2. Argh, it looks so ridiculously amazing. I’m a little annoyed that I’m not there right now TBH. I reckon I’ll have to go next year for my 10th anniversary after all, if only to believe that it really is actually, properly that stunning.

  3. Meh, it only takes one photo (or just hearing about it), to make me want to go to the Maldives. I’ve been wanting to go for ages, but I need to save up..

  4. Love the turtle photo! My husband and I fondly look at our honeymoon Maldives pics and often compare other holidays to that and there truly is no comparison.

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