Maldives Weather in June

Averages By Month

June Overview

June falls within the low season. You better expect 13 raining days, heavy cloud cover as well as morning and evening drizzle, and occasional torrential downpours. After all, the rain helps eliminate humidity while temperatures remain quite high between 80 and 88°F (27 °C and 32 °C). There are also fewer travelers and excellent deals in the off-season, so you can find the most peace and quiet and a favorable Maldives experience. Nevertheless, an advantage in this season is a higher probability of seeing star seas or bioluminescence. The warm Indian Ocean with 84 °F (29 °C) and dark nights provide ideal conditions for phytoplankton, and with a bit of luck, you might be able to witness this wonderful spectacle. Take a moonlit walk in the low waves or dangle your feet over the deck jetty of your villa on stilts in the lagoon to create brilliant blue tracks.

High and Low Temperature in June °F

Water Temperature in June °F

Current Weather Maledives

76°F heavy intensity rain
Local Time

Hourly 10 Days

Averages Maldives

  J F M A M J J A S O N D

High °F

86° 86° 90° 90° 88° 86° 86° 86° 86° 88° 88° 88°

Low °F

73° 73° 72° 72° 70° 70° 68° 68° 70° 70° 70° 70°


7 7 7 8 7 7 8 8 8 8 7 6

Rain days

14 13 10 8 7 6 5 4 4 7 9 13

Water °F

82° 82° 82° 83° 82° 81° 79° 77° 79° 79° 79° 81°

Maldives Weather by Month

Best Time to Visit Maldives

The most popular time ofrnyear to visit is between October and April when rainfall amounts are lowerrnalong with the longest hours of sunshine. In the summer months there is arngreater risk of storms. As is common in tropical areas, the rains mostly occurrnin the form of short and intense downpours or thunderstorms. Between June andrnNovember may be the best time to visit for snorkeling and diving. This is the best time to swim with the big marine dwellers, especially inrnBaa Atoll when manta rays and whale sharks gather year-round to feed onrnplankton trapped in the island of the atoll. 

Things to know about Maldives

The Maldives is made up of almost 1200 small and tiny islands. They are further divided into 26 natural atolls stretching from north to south across more than 800 kilometres.

The Maldives has an incomparably diverse marine life with more than 1,000 species of fish, 40 species of sharks, dolphins, turtles, tropical fish, manta rays, stingrays, sea turtles and even whale sharks. It is a world-class diving and snorkeling destination with an incredible coral reef, but it is important to recognize that the marine ecology is becoming increasingly vulnerable due to overfishing, climate change, pollution, etc. You can do your part by taking shared transportation, reducing usage of single-use plastic, partaking in beach cleanups and not touching the coral reef or animals or reusing towels for example.

Choosing a hotel can be so overwhelming because the variation is indescribable. If you have a small budget, you should stay near the airport. This way you can hop on a shared boat or a private speedboat and get to the local guesthouse relatively easily. Be careful. Read exactly how much additional taxes and transportation costs are, it is often not included in the room rate.
The experience of flying with a seaplane is a very special event and something the Maldives is known for. You can book a flight for something between 200 and 500 dollars to get around and enjoy an unforgettable view over the landscape.

There can be time differences in comparison to the capital Malé so don’t be surprised if your island has their own “island time”. It takes one or two days to get used to it but then you will learn to forget about time.
Islam is the official religion of The Maldives. Pork and alcohol are forbidden on local islands and you might hear prayer announcements throughout the day. However private resorts are allowed to serve alcohol.
There is no pre-arrival visa required for The Maldives, but you need to
 make sure your passport is still valid for at least 6 months.

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