Maldives Tour and Holiday Packages

The Maldives is a tropical paradise famous for lagoons, atolls, pristine beaches, and islands. Browse through several Maldives Tour Packages from India at TrueHAB. On a Maldives Trip from India, you can explore island hopping, adventurous water sports, azure waves, manta rays, reef sharks, and corals in the underwater world. Mulee’age Palace, National Museum, the Grand Friday Mosque, and Islamic Centre give an insight into glorious history and spirituality. Enjoy vibrant nightlife in underwater nightclubs and beach parties. You can experience wakeboarding, parasailing, windsurfing, banana boat towing, and Jetski tours during the Trip to Maldives. Snorkeling and catamaran sailing on Bandos Island are thrilling activities for adventure seekers. HP Reef and Banana Reef are popular hubs for diving.

Go to the famous Male Local Market, Majeedhee Magu, and STO Trade Centre for Shopping in Maldives. You must sample the most popular curry, the Mass Riha, and other traditional Maldivian food. Honeymooners will get a romantic escape with a couple massage and candlelight dinners.

The Maldives is sunny and hot all year due to a tropical climate with an average temperature of 23ºC-31ºC. The temperature seldom plummets below 25ºC. November to April is the period recommended for Maldives Tourism. A quarter of the population lives in the capital, Male. Local islands inhabitate the rest of the people in the Maldives. Male is referred to as King’s Island.

Browse Maldives Travel Packages from different Indian Cities like Maldives Packages from Delhi, Maldives Packages from Mumbai, Bangalore to Maldives Packages, Maldives Packages from Hyderabad, Maldives Tour Packages from Chennai, and Maldives Packages from Kolkata. Tourists can select a suitable Maldives Trip package to experience all must-visit places. Book your Maldives Packages from India at the best price with TrueHAB.


Maldives Trip Cost from India

Curious about Maldives Trip Cost from India? Check Maldives Packages based on duration and price for a blissful vacation in the exotic islands.

Maldives Tour Packages Duration Price (per person)
Maldives Free & Easy 4 days- 3 Nights INR 7,739
Fun Filled Maldives Tour Package 5 days- 4 Nights INR 16,199
Fun In Maldives 4 days- 3 Nights INR 21,329
Maldives A Tropical Heaven 4 days- 3 Nights INR 42,857
Maldives Holiday Tour Package 4 days- 3 Nights INR 16, 999


Ideal Itinerary for Maldives Holiday Packages from India

Refer to an ideal itinerary for Maldives Holiday Packages from India for a great vacation to cherish. It covers all major tourist attractions in the island paradise.

  Day 1: Flight to the Maldives, transfer to resort in a boat. Try snorkeling, water sports, and spa. Overnight stay

  Day 2: Breakfast. Try windsurfing, paddleboarding, kayaking, pedal boating, and diving. In the evening, stroll on the seashore, dip your feet in the water, and have dinner.

  Day 3: Swim in hot water, saunter at the beach, spa, relish favorite culinary treats.

  Day 4: Go Island hopping. Trip to Male, the capital of Maldives. Shopping in Maldives is an excellent option to buy souvenirs to carry home.

  Day 5: Enjoy snorkeling trips for underwater paradise, dolphin vacation, and sunset.

  Day 6: Check out from the resort, get transferred to the airport and fly back to India.


How to Reach Maldives

Fly to Ibrahim Nasir International Airport at Male from any convenient city from India.

   Speedboat: You can avail of speedboat transfer from Male Airport to Male city or resort.

   Seaplane transfers: The male airport boasts of the most significant seaplane operations across the globe. Trans Maldivian Airways or Maldivian Air Taxi provide flight service. However, it is costly.

   Airport Ferry: Airport Ferry carries passengers from Male Airport to Male city.

   Private Yacht: You can hire a private yacht for transfer.


Best Places to Visit in Maldives

Maldives Places to Visit comprise iconic landmarks to make the most of your visit.

  1- National Art Gallery: The art gallery exhibits Maldivian and international artworks with paintings, exhibitions, and promotional events.

  2- Fish Head: This one of the best dive spots in North Ari Atoll is your opportunity to experience stunning caves, grey reef sharks, fusiliers, large Napoleons, and hungry barracuda.

  3- National Museum: This museum in the Sultan's Park showcases historical artifacts, royal antiques, stone objects from the Buddhist era and Pre-Islamic period.

  4- Grand Friday Mosque: Masjid-al-Sultan Muhammad Thakurufaanu Al Auzam is the largest mosque in the Maldives with distinct architecture.

  5- Fua Mulaku: Fua Mulaku is home to the largest island in the Maldivian archipelago. The island cultivates mangoes, oranges, pineapples, and vegetables with fertile land.

  6- Kudahuvadhoo: Kudahuvadhoo island in South Nilandhoo Atoll is famous for the ruins of Buddhist temples, old mosque, and mysterious mound, Hawittas.

  7- Hulhumale: Hulhumale is a reclaimed island that houses an exquisitely designed mosque with a massive golden dome.

  8- Nalaguraidhoo Beach: Nalaguraidhoo is one of the most frequented Maldives Beaches for azure waters, white sand, and scenic beauty.

  9- Banana Reef: Banana Reef is one of the oldest dive sites in the Maldives, with beautiful caves, exotic marine life like Maldivian grubfish, soldierfish, and squirrelfish.

  10- Manta Point: At Manta Point, snorkel or scuba dive with Manta rays. The point abounds in these species.

  11- Alimantha Island: You can take half and full-day diving excursions, night dives, and day and night snorkeling trip at TGI Maldives Alimatha Diving Centre. Ayurvedic massage and swimming are other exciting options.


Things to Do in Maldives Trip

Your Maldives Trip would be incomplete without partaking in unique activities in the island paradise of the world. Here is a snapshot of some fantastic things to do in Maldives:

  1- Lover's Dhoni Ride: Go for a lover’s dhoni ride to soak in the beauty of early morning skies for a lasting memory.

  2- Cruise: You can venture out for a half-day, full-day, or extended stay cruise to explore beautiful islands, sandy beaches, and sandbank in the middle of the Indian Ocean.

  3- Spa and Relaxation: Spoil yourself with sophisticated spa therapies and massages to get rejuvenated in island resorts.

  4- Whale/Dolphin Watching: The Maldives ranks fifth in the top whale and dolphin watching destinations globally with 20 different species of whales and dolphins and a glistening coastline. Pilot Whale, Blue Whale, Melon-headed Whale, and the sprightly Spinner Dolphin are the aquatic animals in the natural habitat.

  5- Submarine Tour: View rare species of fish, turtles, and shark rays with the state-of-the-art Whale Submarine and explore the underwater world safely. Even non-divers and children can watch marine life underwater.

  6- Catamaran Sailing: The Catamaran cruise is an elegant way to explore the atolls of the Maldives in the picturesque coastline and turquoise waters.

  7- Flight over Islands: Take a scenic flight over the atolls in a twin-engine floatplane to witness turquoise waters, coral reefs, and sandbars.

Maldives Travel Packages

Maldives Attractions

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Malé Atoll

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Vaadhoo Island

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Ari Atoll Maldives


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Alimatha Island, Maldives


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Maldives is a safe travel destination. Due to strict enforcement of the law, crime and incarceration rate is very low here. Still, petty thefts at tourist spots and pickpocketing may happen, especially in Male city.
Indians do not require a pre-arrival visa for the Maldives. The Maldives provides a free tourist visa on arrival for 30 days to Indian tourists. This visa can be extended up to 90 days with approval from concerned authorities. On top of it, no fee is charged for a visa due to India's close strategic, cultural, and military ties.
The important documents to carry to Maldives are arriving and returning tickets, 6 months valid Passport, Immigration counter staff, clear latest passport-sized color photograph (35mm x 44mm), photocopy of the bank book and Health Insurance Plan.
The Maldives is sunny and hot all year due to a tropical climate with an average temperature of 23ºC-31ºC. The temperature seldom plummets below 25ºC.
The minimum budget you can set to explore Maldives for a week is US $350. There were travelers who spent their vacation in Maldives for a week in just $210. It just totally depends on how you spend your money on food and other expenses.
To extend the stay, you may need to make a written application two days before the visa expiry. You must check details with the visa office before planning because the rules may change at any time.
November to April is the period recommended for Maldives tourism. April is an excellent month to swim in the sea because the average sea temperature remains 30°C (86°F).
Indian and Sri Lankan have influenced the culture of Maldives in a big way due to the proximity. Apart from this, local culture manifests the elements of African culture. The Maldives is a theocratic country with Islam as the state religion, and it affects various cultural aspects in the Maldives. Dhivehi language is spoken in the Maldives, and hence Maldivian people are called Dhivehin. Capital Male inhabitates around a quarter of the Maldivian population with the rest of the people in the local islands. Tourism is the mainstay in the Maldives.
Since Maldives is an island nation, it is famous for water sport activities such as fishing, scuba diving, swimming, snorkeling, water-skiing. windsurfing and kitesurfing.