“Travelling is fun to some, a hobby for some, rejuvenation for some, and a therapy to some, while the most loved activity by most.”
Well, what are you planning to do with all the money that you hog on for let’s say the entire year?! You ought to get out of that world confined and defined for you and start living a life that’s completely out of the box. And when do you think that’ll happen? If we are to answer this, then it’s surely right here, right now!
Close your eyes, think of an island, amidst clear waters, mountains, and lush green surroundings. Yes, you are close. Now say with us- M-A-L-D-I-V-E-S. Also, look up our Maldives tour package from India to further plan a great trip for yourself.
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Maldives Tour Packages
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The best time to visit the Maldives is between November and April, i.e., during the dry season. However, December to March marks the best time for tourism in the Maldives as the weather remains rather pleasant, due to almost negligible rainfall!
The Maldives can be reached by Air. Male International Airport (MLE) is the main airport connecting the Maldives to all major countries in South-East Asia. These include India, China, and Sri Lanka. There are also direct flights from Dubai, Europe, China, and Singapore too. Not to mention that the Maldives tour package for couples help you plan your romantic trips as well.
Here’s heaven for you. Look out for these stupendous places for sure. Scroll through. Know more!
Is it just us or even you can eavesdrop on something romantic happening on these islands already?! Well, Maldives is the most perfect place for couples in love, in constant search for privacy and nature that absolutely coordinates with their love and romance! Given below are the most amazing islands that you gotta see in the Maldives ASAP!
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- COMO Cocoa Island
The island is crazy with just so many resorts and yes, Water villas! Imagine actually waking up to one of these! The COMO Cocoa Island has around 33 water villas, each offering only the best facilities. What’s more, is the white powder sand stroll, and yes, how could we not mention it earlier, Spa retreat! Therefore, be ready to indulge in eating, drinking, and yes fun activities like diving and snorkeling to be enjoyed at the house reef!
- Baros Island
Baros is an island with nothing ordinary on it. It is highly rated and popular with exquisitely sun-kissed beaches and boutique luxury resorts. The island is much known for its elegantly beautiful corals. Well, let’s just say luxury stay, food and alcohol are quite exclusive yet inclusive of all the islands in the Maldives. However, in Baros, you can dip your feet in the cyan-blue water and relax your muscles in the spa.
Ps., there are a lot of water sports for couples!
- Emboodhu Finolhu Island
The water villas here have been lucidly shaped like a flower bud. Embooodhu Finolhu Island features around 55 water villas, also houses the luxurious Taj Exotica Resort. Trust us, they pamper you like never before with all the five-star amenities, including spa treatment. This island is also easily accessible via speedboat for those wanting to reach directly from the airport!
- Mihiri Island
The resort in Mihiri island keeps in mind a perfect cut-off from the world and therefore no television at all. Well, why would you need technology at all, when all you want is a total detox! The island has some amazing rooms for honeymooners long with exotic Adam and Eve treatment! Romantic dates along with perfect food are the least you can expect of them, for there’s just so much here to hold you back from leaving even on your last day!
- Male Island
Welcome to the capital city!
Well, if you are someone who likes the hustle-bustle of city life, then you gotta check the capital city out for sure! Take a dip in the protected ocean pool, Artificial Beach, and engage in underwater scooter riding and snorkeling. For sightseeing, you have places like the Tsunami Monument, Grand Friday Mosque, Male Fish Market, Sultan Mosque, and Male National Museum.
- Huvahendhoo Island
Let’s now introduce you to some of the best family beaches here, Huvahendhoo being one of them. Your children get to enjoy themselves as much as you. Tourists often miss out on major exciting activities just because there are just so many of them here! From playing volleyball with your kids to enjoying special delicacies, there is just so much to explore every day as a tourist.
- Dhigu Island
Peace is the keyword when we talk of Dhigu Island. Let your feet rest into the tranquil waters as you look up to the clear sky in utmost awe! The island also houses Anantara Dhigu Resort and Spa that has 36 water villas offering an infinity-edge bathtub with a view of the calm-blue lagoon. Restaurants and resorts just give you the best experience possible.
- National Museum
The National Museum is located in Male and houses a large collection of historic artifacts foretelling the history of the Maldivian Islands. The museum has three stories along with a collection of authentic galleries and artifacts of weaponry, household wares, religious paraphernalia, Arabic and Thaana-engraved pieces of wood, and more. The major highlights of the museum are the 11th-century piece from Alifu Thoddoo, a coral stone head of Lord Buddha; a 13th century engraved wooden plank from Hukuru Miskiiy and Feyli Kolhu of Sultan Ghaazee Mohamed.
- Majeedhee Magu
What is tourism even without street shopping?! Shopaholics would agree that it’s the only therapy that we know. The main road of Male island opens you to street shopping- that is from the latest fashion wear to gadgets to the smallest commodities and even locally crafted items.
- Tsunami Monument
Tsunami Monument is a beautiful structure, constructed in 2004. It is located on the coastline of Male, on the Boduthakurufaanu Magu. The monument is much known for its exquisite architecture and for the fact that the setting sun looks so beautiful from this point.
A brief conclusion
Give in to extravagance for once, relax and relive the dreams in reality, that you only see in traces while asleep. The Maldives welcomes you with its amazing beaches, vibrant fauna and flora, stupendous water activities, authentic Thai food, and everything that you’ll surely remember till the day you die.
All you gotta do is embrace this heaven on earth with open arms and get into booking your tickets rather ASAP!
Which is the best time to visit the Maldives?
Maldives is pleasant all year round, although the end of December with Christmas and New Years celebrations kicking in attracts hordes of tourists. A swarm of tourists can also be seen visiting in the months from January to April as the skies are clear, the weather is pleasant and ideal for underwater sports. The months from May to October are considered as off season as the weather is less predictable, although you may also find clear sky days with no rainfall during this time making it a good time to visit for a cost effective pocket friendly Maldives holiday. The beginning of November and mid December are generally considered as monsoon in Maldives as there are frequent bouts of rains.
What is the ideal time to spend holidays in Maldives
Generally 3 nights 4 days or 4 nights 5 days is the ideal time to spend vacation in the Maldives lazing in the luxury of your resort and discovering its pristine white beaches and clear waters.
How do you get to your resort in the Maldives?
Most resorts offer a speed boat transport from the airport to the resort. For resorts which are far off from the airport, they offer a domestic flight from the international airport to the domestic airport and then a speed boat transfer from the airport to the resort. Some other resorts offer an upgrade of a sea plane transfer, which is a very unique experience, although it is an expensive affair that costs about $200-300 per person.
What are the various meal plans available in Maldives?
In the meal plans available, the Half board meal plan is the most economical and pocket-friendly meal plan which includes breakfast and dinner. The other option is the Full board meal plan that is ideal for families with kids as all the meals are sorted in this plan. The last option is the all inclusive meal plan which is a perfect meal plan for alcohol lovers that provides unlimited access to alcohol.
What are the things to know before travelling to Maldives?
You cannot carry alcohol into Maldives. There is drinking water scarcity in Maldives, so spend water wisely. Your rooms will be replenished with only two water bottles in a day. While booking your Maldives tour Package, make sure your transfers are already booked, because if they are not, it gets very difficult to arrange for them later.
How does the visa process work for Maldives?
Travellers can enter Maldives with a valid passport. For Indians, it is free visa on arrival to Maldives on arrival at Male. All you need to do is just furnish the return flight ticket and hotel confirmation.
What are the best things to do in Maldives?
Maldives is famous for its watersports due to its amazing underwater visibility. Snorkelling, scuba diving and surfing are good sports that can be indulged in while on your Maldives vacation due to its exotic large variety of coral reefs and beautiful marine life. You can also directly take up excursions at your resort at your own expense while on your stay.
Is Maldives a good destination for a family vacation?
The Island is best suited for all kinds of travellers, be it family, friends or couples. Extra research has to be put in while booking the resort as there are specific family friendly resorts that provide activities that are suitable for families with kids making it a memorable holiday for them.