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MALDIVES

 “The tropical paradise” 

Maldives Attractions

Visit the Old Friday Mosque, the National Museum, the Male Local Market, Sultan Park, Artificial Beach, and the Tsunami Monument. Explore the heritage buildings, museums, breathtaking parks, and pristine beaches.

Visit The National Museum

Visit The National Museum

The museum has a large collection of historical artifacts, ranging from stone objects to fragments of royal antiquities from the Buddhist era to the rule of Islamic monarchs. It is considered to be the hub of historical learning and the epitome of the treasured heritage of the nation.

Dolphin watching tours

Dolphin watching tours

Indulge in this amazing Dolphin watching tour and get a chance to witness one of the most intelligent and beautiful creatures in the ocean. Watch these amazing creatures swimming along you and jumping and diving into the ocean. Capture these moments in camera and head back home with lots of memories.

Gili Lankanfushi Jungle Cinema

Gili Lankanfushi Jungle Cinema

Watch a movie in the Jungle Cinema An unforgettable movie experience and delightful way to spend an evening while at Gili Lankanfushi, the outdoor Jungle Cinema invites guests to recline in a luxury sunbed, snack on a bowel of freshly popped popcorn and catch a classic film.

Fly Boarding

Fly Boarding

Maldives, being surrounded by vast oceans from all sides, is one of the best and preferred location for water sports activities. With lots of options available, get a chance to indulge in Fly Boarding. You do not have to be a superhero to fly. Fly Boarding lets you experience the thrill of flying using jet propulsion powered by a watercraft. It is an impressive sport which has picked up popularity recently.

Banana Boat Ride

Banana Boat Ride

Enjoy the banana boat ride in Maldives, which is a large inflatable tube that passengers ride. This water sport at high speeds and large waves. Hold on tight, as you sail over the waves and mean curves. Experience this enthralling boat ride for 10 to 15 minutes.

Island Hopping Tour

Island Hopping Tour

What better plan than to start or end an island hopping tour in Maldives with the capital – Male Island- With brilliantly lit buildings, luxurious resorts, restaurants, bars and numerous sightseeing sites to explore, Male Island tends you make you fall in love with the Maldives with little effort.

Skydive in Maldives

Skydive in Maldives

The tandem skydive is an ideal way for beginners and first-time jumpers to experience the thrilling sport of sky diving. During skydive Maldives, you will be accompanied by highly experienced instructors whose harness will be connected to yours, for a safe and thrilling experience. Experience the thrill skydiive in Maldives by falling from an aircraft from a height of 10000 feet at speeds of over 120 mph on this enthralling sky diving activity.

Scuba Diving at Maaya Thila

Scuba Diving at Maaya Thila

Maaya Thila is one of the most prominent Maldivian dive sites, and is often included lists of the top 10 dive sites in the world. The site lies at a distance of around 8km/5mi to the northwest of the island of Ukulhas, and has become a well-established Protected Marine Area. The deep pinnacles around the Thila are amazing with many grey reef sharks around and full of glass fish.

Seaplane Ride

Seaplane Ride

Enjoy the throttle of your seaplane as the pilot fires up the engine to get the twin propellers turning with a thump. And there you go, enjoy as the pilot pedals the most scenic flight of your life in style. The experience is definitely worth it as you smoothly soar into the brilliant blue skies. The low lying flight over the archipelago of Maldives gives you an opportunity to see the shapes of the reefs and beautiful pastel blues and greens of the shallow water around the islands.

Surfing Trip

Surfing Trip

The Maldives has some of the best waves in the world. This country has 1192 islands and endless surf breaks. Maldives' waves can't be considered super powerful, as the swell normally reaches shoulder-to-head high, but it offers big chances of barrels and long fun waves. The best time for surfing in Maldives in from March to October. Best places for surfing in Maldives are Northern Atolls- North Male and South Male, Central Atolls and Southern Atolls.

Romantic Dinner at Soneva Fushi

Romantic Dinner at Soneva Fushi

Visit to the romantic resort of Soneva Fushi for a cozy and intimate candle light dinner date. Savour the supremely delicious and flavoursome meals prepared by elite chefs and served in style.

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Best Time To travel

Dry Season - December to April

This is the peak tourist season in the Maldives. The weather is generally dry and sunny, making it ideal for beach activities, snorkeling, and diving. The seas are calm during this period, creating excellent visibility for underwater exploration. Keep in mind that this is also the most expensive time to visit, and popular resorts can get fully booked well in advance.

Shoulder Season - May and November

The transition months between the wet and dry seasons can offer a good compromise between weather and cost. May and November can have relatively lower prices compared to the peak season, and you can still enjoy pleasant weather and water activities. Keep in mind that there might be occasional rain showers.

Wet Season - June to October

The wet season in the Maldives brings more rainfall, especially from June to August. However, the Maldives can still be visited during this time, especially if you're looking for more budget-friendly options. The weather can be unpredictable, with occasional heavy rain and overcast skies. While it might not be ideal for sunbathing, the wet season can still offer good opportunities for diving, as the waters are warmer and marine life is abundant.

 

Currency

Maldivian Rufiyaa (MVR) 

However, US Dollars are widely accepted in resorts, hotels, and tourist areas, so it's not necessary to exchange currency if you are staying in these places.

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+5)

 

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