Embark on the most exciting trip to Maldives and witness the stunning beauty of this region. North Ari Island Hopping tour is basically designed for you to have unlimited fun exploring different islands.
Arrive at Male International airport by evening and get transferred to your accommodation and check in would be available from midday.
Indulge yourself in exciting activities like scuba diving, sunset cruises, snorkeling, windsurfing and kite
surfing during your excursion.
In the evenings enjoy a fun filled fishing activity and relish the sight of amazing sunset.
Make this time more exciting by exploring the island's local cafe and lose yourself listening to the gentle waves of the ocean on the shore.
Enthrall in this trip that provides you with stunning scenery of the island with white sandy beach and crystal clear water.
Explore Male, the capital of the Maldives Islands it's a thriving city of about 100,000 people. This charming city boasts a number of recognized landmarks.
On this tour visit one of the capital’s prime attractions is Sultan Park and the National Museum. Sultan Park is a tranquil garden and the National Museum features a comprehensive selection of intriguing archaeological finding and items that belonged to Maldivian royalty.
Marvel at The Mulee Aage Palace. Adjacent to this edifice the visitor will see the Grand Friday Mosque, a magnificent architectural triumph featuring lovely coral engravings, inside you will find the tombs of members of royalty and national heroes.
Other attractions include artificial beach, local market, Majeedee Magu, Chaandanee Magu, the Republic Square and Male’ Fish Market.
Explore the beautiful island of Hulhumale, essentially an extension of Male proper on the
far side of the airport island, where 1.8 sq km of reef has been built up to
create a manmade island – the First phase of an ambitious project to relieve the
pressure caused by population growth on Male.
Learn about how sand and coral were dug up from
the lagoon and pumped into big heaps on the reef top. Then bulldozers pushed
the rubble around to form a quadrilateral of dry land about 2km long and 1km wide,
joined by a causeway to the airport island.
Walk around and tour the island in all it's magnificence.