A $46,000 Luxury Maldives Vacation for only $1,818

Mention the Maldives and images of pristine turquoise blue waters come to mind. Overwater bungalows with direct jump-in access to the water and romantic sunsets are commonplace in this island paradise. A Maldives vacation can be had on the cheap, but it’s definitely not the easiest to achieve.

Lonely Palm Tree

While it’s on almost everyone’s wish list, getting there can be a challenge. Flights are often ridiculously expensive and once you DO get to the islands, a barrage of expensive hotels with overpriced meals await. Never mind the flight distance involved, those expensive factors are enough to turn some people off and have them looking for cheaper destinations.

Maldives Island Resort

Getting to paradise and back doesn’t have to cost a fortune. We booked a ridiculous, normally unattainable luxury vacation valued at almost $46,000 for a grand total of $1,818… for two people!

Considering that’s usually the price of a regular coach class ticket to the Maldives, that’s one heck of a steal.

In the series of posts to follow, we’re going to walk you through all the experiences that we enjoyed on this trip. While most people would consider this once-in-a-lifetime, with just a little legwork and dedication you can have a luxury getaway to make Instagram followers drool with envy.

Yacht Time #YachtLife

Here’s some of the topics that we’re going to cover:

  • Part 1 – Introduction and Planning
  • Part 2 – Flights to London and Hamilton
  • Part 3 – Refined Luxury London’s St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
  • Part 4 – Flights to Abu Dhabi and Male
  • Part 5 – A day in the life of Male, Capital City
  • Part 6 – St Regis Airport Lounge and Seaplane Ride
  • Part 7 – The St Regis Hotel Arrival Experience
  • Part 8 – Overwater Villa, $3000/night for FREE
  • Part 9 – Things to do at the St Regis Maldives
  • Part 10 – Free Breakfast at the St Regis Maldives
  • Part 11 – How to not go broke eating in the Maldives
  • Part 12 – Snorkeling at the St Regis Maldives
  • Part 13 – Male Airport VIP experience
  • Part 14 – Emirates First Class Male to Dubai
  • Part 15 – Dubai Transit Hotel – Amazing Value
  • Part 16 – Emirates First Class Dubai to Los Angeles
  • Part 17 – Conclusion and Giveaway

As we crank out all the posts, come back here and we’ll create one handy clickable link for easy reference. And yes, if you skipped to the last post, you’ll see that we’re doing a giveaway. Stay tuned, but it’s gonna be GOOD!

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Post 1 comes out tomorrow, so stay tuned!

Author: Jon Nickel-D'Andrea

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  1. I find it highly misleading, that you are not explaining where did that 880 000 miles and points (supposedly FREE) come from? What did you have to do to get them? To stay in hotels as PAID stays? to SPEND 50K USD on credit cards? Pimp them to your readers so you get referral cut?

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    • I find it highly disturbing that you haven’t read any of our other blog posts that teach our wonderful readers how to earn miles and points, specifically the one titled How We’ve Earned 1,744,651 miles… start there before you judge. https://nomascoach.boardingarea.com/travel/how-weve-earned-1744651-points-this-year/ Also, I’ll make sure to take the $3.65 I make off of this post and use it to buy a Cafe Latte to power myself with all the energy needed to continue to write posts you won’t read before you drop your mightier than thou judgement on others. K Thx Bye

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