Take off to the Maldives from $458 return

Posted: 24 May 2018 2:04 pm
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Get ready for powdery white sand and crystal clear waters.

For many, the Maldives tops their bucket list when it comes to the tropical vacation of a lifetime. An amazing underwater world and white-sand beaches rival the best of our Aussie coastline and thanks to Scoot you can get there form just $458 return.

The cheapest fares depart from Perth with the Gold Coast calling in the second cheapest fares, which start from $468 return.

You can also score flights for a bit more from Melbourne for $553 and Sydney for $563 return.

Travel is for select dates in July to August, October to November and January to April 2019. Checked bags and extras aren’t included.

The best time to visit the Maldives is between November and April during the dry season. Our top tip is to aim for those November dates to avoid the peak period starting in December.

This sale has no specific end date and is available until sold out. It can be booked through Flights Finder here.

How good are these fares?

Travel is over some of the best months to visit the Maldives when you can expect the least amount of rainfall.

Scoot has had flights go as low as $398 return but those were right smack in the middle of rainy season.

The last Scoot sale we found for dry season dates started at $469 return and went all the way up to $600 for flights from Sydney so you’re still getting a pretty good deal and you’re more likely to get all-day sun on your beach vacation.

Sale fares to Maldives

FromToTravel datesReturn fareBook
PerthMaleFebruary-March 2019$458Compare your flights with Flight Finder
Gold CoastMaleJuly 2018 - March 2019$468Compare your flights with Flight Finder
MelbourneMaleOctober 2018 0 March 2019$553Compare your flights with Flight Finder
SydneyMaleFebruary-March 2019$563Compare your flights with Flight Finder

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