Maldives Tour and Holiday Packages

Maldives is a small island country nestled on the Arabian Sea of the Indian Ocean. The capital of this country is Malé which is generally referred to as King’s Island. The popular tourist destinations in the Maldives are Maafushi, Addu toll, Addu City, Thinadhoo, etc. The amount charged by Maldives hotels starts from Rs.2,549 & can go up to Rs.1,22,387.

Maldives Travel Packages

Maldives Attractions

Kuramathi Island


Kuramathi is an island resort located approximately 56 km southwest of the Maldivian capital Male. S...
Ari Atoll


Ari Atoll (Alif or Alifu Atoll) in the west of Maldives is one of the largest atolls in the archipel...
Hulhule Island


Hulhule is an island located at the nearest location from Maldivian capital Male. It is so close tha...
Ari Atoll Maldives


Ari Atoll is one of the natural and biggest atolls of Maldives. Located in the west of the archipela...
Vaadhoo Island

Vaadhoo(Mudhdhoo) is a spectacular island on Raa Atoll with just 500 inhabitants. Raa Atoll houses t...
Malé Atoll, Maldives

Malé Atoll is located in the Maldives that consist of smaller geographic atolls of Gaafaru an...
Malé Atoll

It is an administrative atoll of the Maldives and comprises a group of natural atolls. Two separate...
The National Museum - Maldives


The National Museum is one of the wonderful attractions of the Maldives which was established on 11...

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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.