Maldives Weather June Averages, Maldives
What's the Weather Like in Maldives in June
A conventionally 'summer' month, June is a warm, wet and very fun month to visit the Maldives, especially if you don't mind the occasional monsoon torrent. Summertime in the Maldives is actually colder than the months of spring, starting a slight downwards trend with June.
During this month, average daytime temperature stays around the 28 degree mark. Midday temperatures can peak up to 29 degrees and during rainy nights, temperatures may drop down to 26 degrees Celsius (but rarely any lower thanks to the residual warmth).
Sea temperature is typically higher than the daytime averages and floats around 29 degrees.
During June, Maldives see a lot of rain clouds while enjoying 7 hours of daily sunshine.
Rainfalls are very frequent during this month, with 14 days of rainfall expected over Maldives during the course of June. For this month, total precipitation typically amounts to 172mm, lower than May's but still quite plentiful. Most of the rain falls on the southern side of Maldives thanks to the southeastern monsoon that raises humidity and brings about thick, tropical clouds.
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Hotels for Maldives in June
Located on a private islet, the Kanuhura resort is a beautiful and exclusive hotel complex that caters to families seeking the best of the best when it comes to all inclusive accommodation. The resort is rather large and includes several restaurants, bars, childrens areas and a fully equipped spa that will impress with its quality of service. At the island, tourists will find diving school offers as well as water sports opportunities, providing something for everyone.
The Kurumba Maldives is a historic resort, internationally famous for being the very first private island resort in the Maldives and one that is still going strong. The Kurumba is located just 10 minutes away from Male's international airport and is a resort that features more international tourist guides and magazines than any other in the Maldives. The quality of service is impeccable and the hotel draws upon a rich history of success to continue delivering an amazing holidays experience for all visitors year after year.
Kuredu Island Resort & Spa
The Kuredu Island Resort & Spa is a famous hotel complex built on a relatively large island. Spanning more than 3km of sandy beaches, the resort includes several restaurants, bars and even two separate spas along with various choices of accommodation fit for any budget ranging from exotic villas to cosy bungalows.
Vilamendhoo Island Resort
Surrounded by an azure lagoon and boasting virtually zero sea waves, the Vilamendhoo Island Resort is a fantastic choice of accommodation for couples seeking luxury on their Maldivian holidays. The hotel's lavish facilities include Jacuzzi water villas with outdoors bathrooms and direct stairs into the sea, along with fantastic sports and leisure opportunities to satisfy even the most demanding visitor.
Diamonds Athuruga Beach & Water Villas
The Diamonds Athuruga Beach & Water Villas is a newly built and very impressive all inclusive resort that offers exclusive water villas with excellent value for money. The resort represents an ideal accommodation choice for families with children looking for a hassle free Maldivian experience. Everything is taken care of by competent staff wearing a wide smile at these villas.
Beaches for June for Maldives
Reethi Rah Island Beaches
The Reethi Rah Island beaches represent the postcard image of romantic sunsets and honeymoon paradise here in the Maldives. Exquisitely beautiful and enchanting, the sandy beaches that surround the Reethi Rah Island make for the perfect romantic setting. Apart from being a top honeymoon spot, the beaches are also great for canoeing and dolphin spotting, offering some alluring boat trips around the atoll.
Kanuhura Island Beaches
Located in the Laviyani Atoll, the Kanuhura Island beaches include secluded 'honeymoon' spots as well as lively sections that brim with activities and nightlife scene hotspots.
Restaurants and Bars for Maldives in June
The Thai Wok is a fantastic Thai restaurant in Male, it's one of the highest rated Thai eateries in the whole archipelago of the Maldives. The restaurant stands out from the crowd thanks to its amazing chefs who fly exotic ingredients to the Maldives on a weekly basis and make the best of the fantastic local seafood produce to create great and authentic Thai dishes that rival the best of the best you could hope to find in Thailand itself.
The Jazz Café is a relaxed café bistro that serves English breakfast in the morning, continental snacks during the day and plays fine jazz music (often hosting live shows) as soon as the night falls. The atmosphere is very friendly and inviting, the food is delicious and the drinks plentiful here at the Jazz Cafe.
Endheri pool bar
The Endheri pool bar is a popular cocktail bar located inside the Shangri-La Villinghili resort and spa. Built right on the beach, the bar allows visitors to dip in its pool or the Indian Ocean with a cocktail in their hand and enjoy entertaining music, service and company.
Things to Do in Maldives in June
Maldives' National Stadium
Maldives' National Stadium is where sports enthusiasts gather throughout the year to enjoy every major football match. Additionally, numerous other sports events are hosted here, ensuring constant sports powered entertainment including cricket matches, field sports and many other events.
Esjehi art gallery
The Esjehi art gallery is a fascinating place where traditional and modern Maldivian art styles converge. The gallery is dedicated to promoting local art in all shapes, sizes and forms; hosting displays from well established local artists as well as giving new talent a chance to get their work known to the international visitors who flock here daily.
Exploring the coral reefs in the Maldives can be both exciting and fascinating. Seafari diving offer an amazing scuba diving experience. Brave it deep down under the sea and meet sea animals you have never seen before. The coral is also a massive highlight.
Dates for the diary
Every year on the 8th of June, the Maldives celebrates the World Oceans Day. It's perhaps the most unique and eco friendly celebration observed in the Indian Ocean throughout the whole year. The World Oceans Day celebrations include ceremonial cleaning of coasts and numerous events and expos that showcase the importance of maintaining natural beauty and preserving the environment. The day-long celebrations are culminated in public feasts and flower fairs by the sea, where locals and tourists alike dance and celebrate the majestic beauty of the sea here in the Maldives.