Maldives Weather February Averages, Maldives
What's the Weather Like in the Maldives in February?
How Hot Is The Maldives In January?
The average daytime temperature stays at a comfortable 28ºC, with very little fluctuation during the night. Daytime peaks can reach 29ºC and can drop to 26ºC on a rainy night. The minimal fluctuation in temperature makes February a surprise-free month.
Is The Sea Warm In The Maldives In January?
The sea temperature is a welcoming 28ºC, creating ideal beach conditions.
How Much Rain Does The Maldives Get In January?
As it's the sunniest month of the year in the Maldives, February sees 10 hours of daily sunshine. It's also the driest month with a total precipitation of 50mm falling over five days.
Hotels for Maldives in February
The Marble Hotel is a popular and luxurious hotel that offers numerous amenities including a fully equipped spa and a host of different island excursions at reasonable prices.
Cocoa Island by COMO
The Cocoa Island by COMO is a lavishly luxurious and romantic resort on a private island. The resort features 33 amazing overwater villas that surround an azure coloured lagoon and are circled by fine golden sand. The experience is further enhanced by the resort's wellness centre and the fine services offered on every possible front.
Gili Lankanfushi Maldives
Located on a private coral island with an impressive lagoon, the Gili Lankanfushi Maldives is an exquisite overwater resort with luxurious suites and impressive hospitality. The resort is just 20 minutes away from Male's international airport.
Beaches for February for Maldives
Addu City Beach
The beach at Addu city is a very popular starting point for numerous scuba diving excursions. Located at the eponymous Addu atoll at the southernmost point of the archipelago, this beach is one of the best places to enjoy scuba diving in the Maldives. The Addu city beach has almost no currents, offers amazing visibility and boasts very fine, white coloured sand.
Cocoa Island Beaches
The Cocoa Island Beaches are wildly popular and impressively exotic. Famous as a prime spot for scuba diving, as well as a great place to party it out, the beaches on this island are teeming with action both for nightlife scene partygoers and water sports enthusiasts alike. The southern beach of Cocoa island is one of the best locations in the world to observe sea turtles.
Restaurants and Bars for Maldives in February
Ithaa Undersea Restaurant
The Ithaa Undersea Restaurant is the first underwater restaurant in the world. This top end contemporary European restaurant is located 16 feet under the Indian Ocean, giving its patrons an incredible view of the sea and the marine life that's indigenous there. The Ithaa is famous for its 180 degree panoramic views of the ocean floor but also for its signature six course meal that has become an international sensation.
The Sea House is a popular cocktail bar and restaurant that is smartly located next to the main ferry terminal that connects the capital of Male to airport island. This trendy, busy bar and restaurant serves delicious cocktails and tasty snacks that are inspired from Indonesian and international influences.
Try the Samsara restaurant for a relaxed atmosphere and gorgeous views across the Indian Ocean. They specialise in Asian food but also offer food from all over the world, including freshly caught fish. The Black Angus Beef Burger followed by an American Cheesecake would satisfy many.
Things to Do in Maldives in February
All kinds of water sports are popular in the Maldives. You can get involved in everything from parasailing to snorkelling. For surfers, there are plenty of great spots across the country. Male Island Point is just one amazing surfing point, much loved by windsurfers and surfers alike. Watersports are tightly regulated in the Maldives, any school or provider you find offering water sports lessons or equipment are fully qualified and up to the task.
Fishing and Scuba Diving
As well as fishing, the Maldives has become one of the world's premier scuba diving resorts thanks to its incredible variety of coral reefs, golden sand beaches and diverse marine life. Tourists will find scuba diving facilities on most holiday resorts here, offering scuba cruises and excursions to many diving sites across the atolls; including the famous Broken Rock, the Cocoa Corner, the Bodu Hoholha and many other legendary locations. Scuba diving here will get you face to face with marine life such as sharks, manta rays, hammerheads, moray eels and many other fascinating marine species.
Dates for the diary
The Prophet Muhammad's Birthday in Maldives is celebrated with great passion and grand celebrations every year on February the 4th. (The official date may vary as the Prophet Muhammad's Birthday falls on the 12th day in the month of Rabee-ul-Awwal, according to the Islamic Calendar, so each year it's celebrated on a different day according to the Christian calendar.) This celebration has large significance for the locals and is celebrated with grand religious ceremonies in the day and lots of partying during the night. On that day, locals invite tourists over to their establishments and special dishes are served in all local restaurants. The islands of the Maldives uniformly celebrate the Prophet's birthday, regardless of size and this is one event you just can't miss if you happen to be there.