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Exotic Maldives (03 Nights/4 Days)

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Maldives (3)

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Maldives is a beach-lover’s heaven. Our Maldives holidays transports you to islands straight out, where coconut palms surround crystalline lagoons. Go scuba diving to see beautiful coral reefs, turtles and barracuda, or on our holiday in the Maldives, you can simply unwind on picture-perfect white sands.


Start Point:  Male
End Point:  Male

Best Season To Travel

Short Itinerary

  • Day-1 Arrive at Maldives.Transfer to Maldivian Resort by speed boat. Day is at leisure.
  • Day-2 Day excursions. Do water sports and fun activities (at own cost) or just relax by the pool.
  • Day-3 Leisure at beach. Rejuvenate your body, mind and soul at the hotel spa Treatment.
  • Day-4 Departure .

Sight Seeing

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Distance

Distance from Male: Everage 45 min


Accomodation


Hotel: Paradise Island Resort & Spa


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Hotel: Adaaran Prestige Vadoo


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Hotel: Kuramathi Island Resort


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Meals


  • Mashuni: It is a smoked tuna fish with coconut oil.
  • Dhon Riha: Tuna fish cooked in coconut oil.
  • Theluli Mas: Theluli Mas is spicy fried tuna wrapped with lonumirus curry powder.
  • Banbukeylu Harisa:  Breadfruit is steamed and cookes with smoked tuna.
  • Theluli faa Banbukeyo: Fried Breadfruit in coconut oil.
  • Bis Keemiyaa: It is a pastry envelope with a tasty tuna and egg filling.
  • Banbukeyo Bondibai: Desert made up of breadfruit with coconut cream.
  • Dhonkeyo Kajuru: It is a desert  made up of fried banana also known as fried banana cake.
  • Raa: It is a traditional drink and is a toddy that has been tapped from palm trees. It is sometimes left to ferment.
  • Garudhiya: a fish broth served with rice, lime, chili and onions.


Travel Tips

  • The Maldivian currency is the rufiyaa (MVR). One Rufiyaa is subdivided into hundred laaris (cents). Presently 1 US Dollar is equivalent to MVR 15.42.
  • Tourists have no need of local currency. Resort bills are best paid by plastic at the end of the stay and other expenses, such as tips and purchases when on excursion, are best paid in dollars.
  • The normal banking hours are generally from Sunday to Thursday 08:00hrs-15:00hrs. Most Banks are closed on weekends, public and bank holidays.
  • Major International Credit Cards like American Express, Visa Card, Master Card and JCB Card can be used in the Maldives for financial transactions.
  • The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends vaccinations against adult diphtheria and tetanus, hepatitis A and B, and typhoid, as it does for all countries. There is no risk of malaria in the Maldives.
  • Buy health insurance.
  • Alcoholic drinks are available on the resort islands, but not elsewhere.
  • Respect local customs and dress conservatively, especially when visiting a mosque.Be aware that some mosques are closed to non-Muslims Currencies can be exchanged at the airport after arrival at the forex centre in the airport itself.
  • To get a local SIM card, there is a Dhiraagu shop (the primary local telecom company) just to the left of the airport arrivals area upon exiting.
  • Getting around in the Maldives takes three forms: boats, sea planes (air taxis) and private yachts. The boats are the Maldivian equivalent of a car, while planes and private yachts are mainly reserved for tourists
  • Air taxis and boats prefer not to operate at night, so if you arrive at the airport after dark and are going to a distant resort, you may have to spend the night in Male or at the airport hotel in Hulhule
  • Independent travel to inhabited islands other than Male requires an Inter Atoll Traveling Permit (IATP)
  • If diving or snorkeling, beware of potential ear infections or coral cuts that might become infected.
  • Pack plenty of sun screen for sun bathing.
  • Almost everything besides fish is imported in the Maldives, and as a result this is an expensive country.
  • Crime is extremely rare in the tourist resorts, and most Maldivians are honest and welcoming. Take the usual common-sense precautions however, such as not leaving valuables in and around resting areas out of sight.


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