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We Found a More Affordable Way to Get to the Maldives 🌴 🥥

Fly to Dubai from $662 Round Trip & Then Continue Onwards to the Maldives from $156 More—Usually $1,200+

From $818

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Dreaming of turquoise waters, overwater bungalows, and pure relaxation in the Maldives? Flying to this paradise island in the Indian Ocean proves to cost upwards of $1,200s and requires many long layovers. However, we found a potential alternative to break up your long trip and get you there for a fraction of the normal price. Below, we found great-value flights to Dubai from $662 round trip, where you can easily transfer to Abu Dhabi airport and continue onwards to the Maldives and back for just $156 more.


  • Washington
  • New York City
  • Miami
  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • San Francisco
  • Los Angeles
  • Atlanta


  • Dubai
  • Abu Dhabi
  • Maldives


Step One: Book a Flight to Dubai

From New York City 🔻

From Miami 🔻

From Boston 🔻

From Los Angeles 🔻

From Washington D.C. 🔻

From Chicago 🔻

From San Francisco 🔻

From Atlanta 🔻

Step Two: Transfer from Dubai Airport (DXB) to Abu Dhabi Airport (AUH)

A roughly two-and-a-half to three-hour transfer by bus or an hour-and-a-half transfer by car or taxi.

Step Three: Fly from Abu Dhabi to the Maldives Nonstop

From Abu Dhabi to the Maldives 🔻

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*All of our deals are available at the time of publishing, but prices are subject to fluctuate and change at any time.



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