Welcome To Maldives

Your Essential Travel Guide

Welcome to the Maldives, a tropical paradise where crystal clear turquoise waters meet white sandy beaches. This breathtaking archipelago is made up of 26 coral atolls, each with its own unique charm and appeal.

One of the most popular destinations in the Maldives is the island of Maafushi, a bustling hub of activity with its vibrant local culture, stunning beaches, and endless opportunities for water sports. Another must-visit spot is the luxurious resort island of Velassaru, where you can indulge in spa treatments, gourmet cuisine, and breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean.

For those seeking a more secluded escape, the island of Fulidhoo is a hidden gem, offering pristine beaches, excellent snorkeling and diving, and a peaceful atmosphere. Another option is the island of Gan, located in the southernmost atoll, where you can explore ancient Buddhist ruins and witness the island’s rich history.

The Maldives is also renowned for its incredible marine life, and the best way to experience this is by visiting the stunning Hanifaru Bay, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, where you can swim with manta rays and whale sharks.

No matter where you go in the Maldives, you’ll be surrounded by stunning natural beauty and warm, welcoming locals. So pack your bags, grab your sunscreen, and get ready for the trip of a lifetime!

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Explore the capital city, Male, and visit attractions like the Grand Friday Mosque and the Hukuru Miskiy mosque.


Experience luxury and relaxation on one of the Maldives' world-renowned resort islands.

Resort Islands

Discover vibrant coral reefs and diverse marine life in some of the world's best snorkeling and diving spots.

Snorkeling and Diving

Visit the Uluwatu Temple and witness the mesmerizing Kecak dance performance.


The Black River Gorges National Park is the largest protected forest of Mauritius. Providing over 50 km of magnificent and yet challenging hiking trails.

Black River Gorges National Park

Also known as Pamplemousses Garden. It’s one of the oldest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere.

Mauritius Botanical Garden

This iconic waterfall stands 700meters above sea level and is allocated in the Black River Gorges National Park.

Alexandra Falls

The Maldives has a tropical climate with two main seasons: dry (November to March) and wet (May to October). The dry season is ideal for outdoor activities and beach vacations.


Local Currency

The official currency is the Maldivian Rufiyaa (MVR). Credit cards are widely accepted, but it’s advisable to carry cash for smaller establishments and local islands.

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Medical emergency: 102

Emergency Numbers

Local Festivals

If your visit coincides with a Maldivian festival like Eid or the Maldives Independence Day, embrace the local celebrations.


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