Holiday Destination Ideas: Maldives

This is the second of my top 3 holiday destinations ideas, as a result of visiting the Destinations Holiday and Travel Show in London last week.

Destinations is the UK’s largest consumer travel show. It’s a great place to get ideas or even book your next trip and I told YHP Email Club members that I would share some of the travel ideas that had inspired me at the show.

The first holiday destination idea was Belize and today, Maldives is the focus.

Maldives

Powder white beaches, turquoise seas, spectacular coral systems – the Maldives are all these things. Having travelled to the Maldives twice, it is a place that I can thoroughly recommend.

Amongst the 1190 coral islands, there are some 90 resorts that vary from the basic to the luxurious. Each has a unique feel and planning a trip can take a bit of research to find the right one for you.

I was very pleased to meet Christine Aldridge at the show. Christine is the owner and manager of No News No Shoes, a specialist travel operator organising holidays to the Maldives and Kerala.

What I liked about No News No Shoes was their first hand knowledge of a large number of resorts. Like me, Christine Aldridge is passionate about travel. It was always a dream to visit the Maldives but when the time came to plan a trip, Christine found that most operators lacked the in-depth knowledge required, particularly for a Family booking. No News No Shoes was established to fill this gap.

As in my business, the emphasis is on personal service and attention to detail. The majority of holidays to the Maldives are booked through an operator, so it’s reassuring to know that there is a personal and knowledgeable company you can turn to, to help organise the your perfect Maldives holiday.

See the No New No Shoes website to find out more.

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