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Last Updated: 08 Feb 2021
Latest Information on Travelling to MALDIVES?
  • Entry to Maldives is open for all kinds of travel. However, a negative Covid certificate is mandatory prior to entering Maldives. Flights to Maldives are functional from India, London, Dubai, Chicago, Toronto, Sydney and 20+ other destinations.
  • All tourists must undergo thermal screening at the arrival terminal.
  • You are not required to undergo any COVID-19 test if your 96 hours prior report says negative. 
  • If the COVID-19 test reveals that the person is positive, then he/she shall be transferred to a public medical institution for treatment and will have to undergo the mandatory quarantine.
  • All Non-Maldivians who test COVID-19 positive are subjected to pay some fee to their hotel to cover for the Costs including the testing charges.
  • Tourists are not allowed to travel to other islands while their stay in Maldives.
  • Effective from 27th January 2021, all events, parties, and gatherings in the Greater Malé Area are to be halted.
  • Effective from 27th January 2021, curfew hours are to be imposed in the Greater Malé Area from 12am to 4am.
  • Effective from 29th January 2021, international arrivals except tourists must observe mandatory quarantine of 10 days.
  • For asymptomatic international tourists arriving in Maldives, quarantine is not mandatory.
  • For symptomatic international tourists, a PCR test will be run. If the tourist is found positive, he/she can be sent to a government isolation center for a 14-day quarantine by their accommodation unit.
  • All tourists are recommended to install the contact tracing app ‘TraceEkee’.
  • Effective from 29th January 2021, international arrivals except tourists must observe mandatory quarantine of 10 days.
Flights
  • Flights to Maldives are running from London, Dubai, Chicago, Toronto, Sydney and 20+ other destinations.
  • Various flights run on a daily and weekly basis to and from India:*Air India: *Once a week from Delhi as well as Trivandrum.*Go Air: *4 times a week from Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.*Indigo: *Delhi - 4 times a week and Kochi/Mumbai - twice a week.*Maldivian: *Twice a week from Trivandrum.
Local Transport
  • Cabs are available for all the tourists outside the airports and are timely sanitised.

The Maldivian government has published guidelines to restart safe tourism. The guidelines are followed by all the vendors to provide the tourists a safe travel experience. With the opening of various Resorts & Hotels, Thrillophilia advises tourists to follow the guidelines provided to them by the government and ensure personal hygiene to stay safe.

Maldives open for global tourists Updated: 08 Feb 2021

Entry to Maldives is open for all kinds of travellers, however all the passengers (including children and infants) travelling to Maldives are required to have the following documents:

  • A negative COVID-19 report/test which has to be administered 96 hours prior to the date of boarding.
  • A valid air ticket to Maldives
  • Proof of purchase of a travel package which includes accommodation, on a full board basis.
COVID negative test result mandatory to enter Maldives Updated: 08 Feb 2021
  • A negative COVID-19 report/test which has to be administered 96 hours prior to the date of boarding is mandatory for all tourists.
Prior booking at a registered tourist facility required for entry to Maldives Updated: 19 Nov 2020

As per the newly issued guidelines, a confirmed booking at a registered tourist facility is mandatory for entry to Maldives. The entire holiday in the Maldives should be booked at the same hotel, except for transit purposes. You will also need a confirmed hotel booking for your tourist visa.

A confirmed return ticket is mandatory for entry to Maldives Updated: 19 Nov 2020

Under the newly issued guidelines, a return ticket a confirmed hotel booking, proof of sufficient funds and 2 health declaration forms are mandatory for the VISA application to Maldives.

Maldives Cities

Hithadoo, HInnavaru, Dhidhdhoo, Hulhumale, Hulhumeedhoo, Kulhudhuffushi, Naifaru, Nolhivaranfaru, Thinadhoo, Veymandoo, Villingili, Felidhoo, Funadhoo, Fuvahmulah, and more.

With their stunning white sand beaches, tropical beauty and azure blue lagoons, each Maldives city seeks to deliver the vacation of a lifetime. From ancient ruins to magnificent reef formations, the city offers enough attractions to cater to the interests of all those who arrive here.

The cities in Maldives are best known for their watersports provisions. Whether it's diving with the sharks or swimming with the tropical fishes, there is just so much that one can do here. Adventure enthusiasts can also try their hand in watersports at the Maldives cities- whether it is flyboarding at Villingili or surfing at Veymandoo, a day spent at Maldives can never be a dull one.

To add to the charm, the Maldives cities offer plenty of sightseeing opportunities as well. From the Old Friday Mosque at Meedhoo to the National Museum at Male, or even Biosphere Reserve at Baa Atoll, Maldives promises to keep you on your feet throughout your stay.

Here is a list of cities in Maldives:

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Male

Male
Traditionally regarded as the seat of the Maldivian royalty, the capital city of Male throngs with a vibrant cultural life. Nestled on the edge of the North Male Atoll, Male is well-known for its beaches and ornate mosques.

The biggest attraction at the city is the 17th century mosque, Hukuru Miskiy, and the National Museum with its elaborate displays of historic Maldivian artefacts. Male is well known for its water sport facilities, with scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing tours being some of the most popular tourist activities here. Tourists can also take a ferry ride to the adjacent Varunulaa Raalhugandu and enjoy a mesmerizing sunset.

How to reach: Male’s major international airport, the Male International Airport, connects the island city to several major cities across the globe.

Best time to visit: Between December and April, when the weather here remains dry, sunny and pleasant.

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Hulhumale

Hulhumale
Nestled on the North Male Atoll, Hulhumale is a man-made island originally built to meet the housing requirements of Maldives. The Maldives City is well known for the Hulhumale Beach, a stunning stretch of clear sand offering recreational sports such as swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving, among others.

For a lazy day out, head on over to the beautiful Hulhumale Central Park, with its landscaped lawns, open air gym and skateboarding arena. One of the best things to do while in Hulhumale is to go on a dolphin watching tour, at a prominent dolphin spot located about 2-3 miles off the coast.

How to reach: Regular buses ply between Male International Airport and Hulhumale.

Best time to visit: Between December to February, when the weather remains warm and calm.

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Addu

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Addu
Nestled on the southernmost tip of Maldives, Addu City prides in its dazzling white beaches. One of the best ways to explore the small island city is to take a walk through its scenic streets- head over to the stunning mangrove forests at Ranin Hannaa Fennganda or tour the historic British Base Area- the entire city can quite easily be explored on foot.

One of the best ways, however, to explore this stunning Maldives city, would be to head over to the stunning beaches of the island. From swimming, to diving and even cruising, there is nothing that cannot be done here!

How to reach: Either by direct air transfers to Gan International Airport, or a seaplane ride from Male International Airport.

Best time to visit: During the dry season, between December and April, when the region experiences calm and sunny weather. 

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Hithadoo

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Hithadoo
Nestled on a busy island of the same name, Hithadoo is one of the biggest cities in Maldives. The island city is well-known for its natural attractions- from the stunning calm of the white sand beaches to the beautiful gardens of Eedhi Gali Kilhi, the attractions here begs a visit. Although the island does not have any official beach of its own, the few unofficial beaches here are ideally suited to activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling and so on.

How to reach:
- From Male International Airport: A 75 minute seaplane flight from Male would take you to Hithadhoo City.
- From Gan International Airport: Regular buses ply between Gan in Addu City and Hithadoo. Alternatively, tourists may also choose to take a cab from here.

Best time to visit: Between the months of December and April, when the weather remains sunny and calm. 

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HInnavaru

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HInnavaru
One of the only inhabited islands of the Lhaviyani Atoll, Hinnavaru is best known for its high end resorts. The island is home to several exotic resorts, including the 5-star Komandoo Island Resort.

The stunning beaches and azure blue waters at the island make it a popular tourist spot for watersports. Diving, snorkeling, marine explorations and swimming are some of the most popular tourist activities here.

How to reach: A 45 minute plane ride from Velana International Airport.

Best time to visit: During the drier months between December and April.

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Dhidhdhoo

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Dhidhdhoo
One of the top romantic destinations in Maldives, this Maldives City is best known for its honeymoon beach resorts. Hideaway Beach Resort and Spa and Paradise Hondaafushi Island Resort are some of the biggest tourist attractions here. Travellers arriving at Dhidhdhoo can also enjoy a number of unique activities such as night fishing, marine explorations, candlelight dinners by the beach and more.

How to reach: A 2 hour plane ride from Male International Airport.

Best time to visit: In the drier months between November and April.

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Hulhumeedhoo

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Hulhumeedhoo
Located on the northeastern edge of Addu Atoll, Hulhumeedhoo is the 5th largest cities in Maldives. The island is notable for its various beaches, such as Eedhigamool beach, Kogannu beach, Kalhibih and Bomaa Fanny.

The beautiful beaches here are popular among tourists for activities such as swimming, sunbathing, diving, snorkeling and other water sports. Another prominent attraction at this Maldives city is the Hulhumeedhoo Kilhi, which is a large wetland area known for its ponds teeming with local marine life. The island is also home to several upscale resorts.

How to reach: A sea plane ride from Gan International Airport at Addu City.

Best time to visit: During the drier months between December and March.
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Kulhudhuffushi

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Kulhudhuffushi
Fondly dubbed as ‘The Heart of the North’, the island of Kulhudhuffushi serves as the working capital of the Haa Dhaalu Atoll. The island is best known for its mangroves, which is named after the city itself. The scenic city can be explored through a number of cycling and walking tours.

After a hectic day, tourists may choose to head over to the Aaraam Bageecha, a quiet garden commanding excellent views of the sea. Tourists at the island may also engage in water sports, such as snorkeling, parasailing, diving and much more. Kulhudhuffushi is also known for its various fishing spots, where tourists can try their hand out in the activity. The island is also home to several upscale resorts, such as Ja Manafaru, Ooredoo Antenna and more.

How to reach: A taxi, bus or ferry from the Hanimaadhoo Airport will take you to Kulhudhuffushi.

Best time to visit: Between the months of December and March, when the weather remains cool and pleasant.
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Naifaru

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Naifaru
One of the brightest Maldives cities, Naifarus is best known as the island of the renowned Maldivian artist Dohokko Naifaru. The capital city of Lhaviyani Atoll, this Maldive city is well-known for its historical monuments.

A number of water sports can also be done at the beaches of Naifuru, along with scuba diving and snorkeling expeditions. One of the best ways to explore Naifuru would be to shop local- home to over 400 shops selling local items, Naifuru is a popular shopping destination in Maldives. The island is home to several luxury resorts as well.

How to reach: Passenger boats regularly ferry between Male and Naifaru.

Best time to visit: Between December and April, when the weather is warm and pleasant.
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Nolhivaranfaru

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Nolhivaranfaru
One of the inhabited islands of Haa Dhaalu Atoll, Nolhivaranfaru is known for its scenic natural beauty. The laidback life at the island makes it a popular attraction among those looking for a serene vacation.

The island is home to one of the longest and most pristine beaches of Maldives. The lagoon at the beach is known for its crystal clear, turquoise waters and has its own sandbank. The house reef located off the coast of the island is known for its vibrant marine life, including manta rays and dolphins. The southern end of the Nolhivaranfaru beach also houses several turtle nesting spots.

How to reach: A 10-minute ferry ride from Hanimaadhoo Airport.

Best time to visit: During the warmer months between November and February.
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Veymandoo

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Veymandoo
The capital city of Thaa Atoll, Veymandoo is one of the most popular cities in Maldives for watersports. An exposed reef break off the Veymandoo coast makes it an ideal location for surfing, attracting surfers to the island from all over the world.

The quiet, romantic charm of the island makes it an ideal getaway from the bustle of the busy city life. Charming villas,  colourful local buildings and cafes line the streets of Veymandoo, offering a picturesque sight. The island city is also home to a large number of holiday resorts, including the popular Veyo Retreat.

How to reach: Transfer ferries and speed boats from Male would take you to Veymandoo.

Best time to visit: Between December and April, when the weather is pleasant and favorable.
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Villingili

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Villingili
One of the only inhabited islands of the Addu Atoll, Villingili is best known for its water sport facilities. Nestled on the southernmost tip of the Atoll, the island is home to the largest reef formation in all of Maldives, making it a popular spot for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Flyboarding is another unique sport that is popular here. The little island is also home to several high-end resorts, colourful villas, sandy beaches and the country’s sole golf course.

How to reach: One must first travel to Gan International Airport in Addu City from Male International Airport. From here, a  5 minute boat ride would take you to Villingili.

Best time to visit: In the months between December and April, when the weather remains warm, pleasant and ideally suited to water sports.
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Felidhoo

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Felidhoo
The designated capital of Vaavu Atoll, this Maldives city retains all the charm of a traditional Maldivian village. Home to a little of 600 inhabitants, the quiet way of life at this island offers a tranquil refuge in the very heart of nature.

The narrow lanes and streets of Felidhoo are scattered with little schools, mosques, souvenir shops, cafes and charming local buildings, all of which can be explored on foot. The beautiful, fairly untouched beaches at the island are also known for their quiet charm.

Water sports, diving and snorkeling can be done here as well. The diving highlight of the city is the 20th century Pioneer Wreck located just off the coast of the island, promising views of tropical fishes, sharks, barracudas and more.

How to reach: A 90 minute speedboat ride from Male would take you to Felidhoo.

Best time to visit: During the drier months between December and April.
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Funadhoo

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Funadhoo
A great location for diving and snorkelling, Funadhoo was the former capital of the expansive Shaviyani Atoll. The name of the island derives from the word ‘funa’, a local flower indigenous to Maldives.

The little island is surrounded by magnificent reef formations, inviting divers to the city throughout the year. Remains of 13th century tombstones and mosques litter the beach here, adding an enigmatic charm to the place. A number of upscale resorts can also be found here.

How to reach: A charter seaplane or ferry will transport you to Funadhoo from Male.

Best time to visit: Between December to April, when the sea remains calm and ideally suited to diving activities.
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Fuvahmulah

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Fuvahmulah
Its name literally translating to ‘Island of the Areca palms’, Fuvamulah is a tropical paradise promising to whisk you away from the drudgery of daily city life. The island is best known for its mesmerizing twin-lakes, Bandaara Kilhi and Koda Kilhi, where fishing and photography can be done.

The mud baths at Koda Kilhi are also popular for their healing properties. The largest lake at Fuvahmulah, however, is Dhadimaghi Kilhi, which is known to attract a great variety of rare and exotic birds.

Fuvamulah also happens to be one of the best Maldives cities for shark-spotting; diving at the Fuvahmulah tiger shark spot promises sightings of not only tiger sharks, but also whale sharks and black oceanic mantas. Another prominent attraction at the city is the ruin of the ancient, pre-Islamic Buddhist stupa at Hattiva, at the northeastern end of the island.

How to reach: A seaplane or boat ride from Male would take you to Fuvamulah.

Best time to visit: During the warmer months between November and March.
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Eydhafushi

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Eydhafushi
The capital city of Baa Atoll, Eydhafushi is home to a large number of high-end resorts. The Maldives city is best known as the home of the Baa Atoll Biosphere Reserve, housing the seventh largest coral reef formation in the entire world.

The astonishing biodiversity of Eydhafushi is manifested through the rich flora and fauna on the island, with verdant mangrove forests home to a variety of local animals and reptiles such as skinks, geckos, herons and more.

Owing to its rich marine life, Eydhafushi is regarded as one of the best Maldives cities for scuba explorations, promising sightings of a variety of tropical fishes such as butterfly fish, angel fish, manta rays, sharks and more.

How to reach: Eydhafushi can be reached via boat from Male. Alternatively, you may choose to take a flight from Male to Dharavandhoo, and then take a ferry to Eydhafushi from here.

Best time to visit: During the dry, sunny months between December and April.
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Kudahuvadhoo

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Kudahuvadhoo
Offering homage to its ancient past, Kudahuvadhoo preserves the beauty of its history through remains of archaic temples, mounds and ornate monuments. Old mosques and hawittas at the island stand testament to the ancient architectural styles practised here.

The island is also popular for its watersports and diving spots. Windsurfing, parasailing and canoeing are some of the most popular sports here. If active sports do not appeal to you, you may also choose to have a picnic on the beautiful sandbanks along the beaches of Kudahuvadhoo, or watch dolphins at a distance on the uncrowded Hadigilla Reef.

How to reach: Direct flights from Male International Airport will take you to Kudahuvadhoo.

Best time to visit: Between November and March, when the weather remains, sunny, dry and calm.
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Gan

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Gan
Offering a perfect blend of luxury resorts and local villages, Gan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Maldives. The name of the city derives from the Sanskrit word ‘Grama’, meaning village. Located in Addu Atoll, this Maldives city boasts of a rich and often tragic history.

Used as a naval base during the Second World War and the following Cold War, Gan records its history through ruins and monuments. The vibrant coral reefs and shipwrecks located off the Gan coast also make it an ideal destination for diving and snorkeling. The island can be explored on foot, although a number of cycling tours are available here as well.

How to reach: Several international flights directly travel to Gan International Airport. Alternatively, one may also choose to take a boat, ferry or seaplane from Male.

Best time to visit: Between December and April.
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Mahibadhoo

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Mahibadhoo
For those looking for a quiet vacation in the island country, Mahibadhoo is one of the best Maldives cities. Brimming with vibrant marine life, the house reef surrounding the island is perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Although the regular variety of tropical fishes can be found here, the biggest underwater attraction here is the bioluminescent plankton. One of the popular tourist activities here is Clear Water Canoeing, which lets you canoe across the vibrant, turquoise waters of the Indian ocean on a transparent canoe.

For an offbeat experience, head over to the neighboring deserted island of Alicoi, which is especially popular for its stargazing opportunities.

How to reach: A short boat ride from Male will bring you to Mahibadhoo.

Best time to visit: Between November and March, when the weather is most favorable.
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Manadhoo

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Manadhoo
Manadhoo is the largest natural island of Noonu Atoll. It also serves as the capital city of the Atoll. The island city is home to some of the most popular luxury resorts in Maldives, including Soneva Jani, Noku Maldives and Movenpick Resort, among others.

The dazzling beaches, dotted with palm fronds, makes it one of the top honeymoon destinations in all of Maldives. The island is also popular for its diving and snorkeling facilities.

How to reach: A seaplane ride from Male would take you to Manadhoo.

Best time to visit: When the weather is dry, warm and suited to water activities, between November to February.
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Maroshi

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Maroshi
A quiet island on the Shaviyani Atoll, Maroshi is an off-beat tourist destination for desiring a quiet, laidback stay. The little island, with its narrow streets, colourful buildings and quaint cafes, the island city is best known for housing the ancient Huge Kaani Tree.

This Sea Trumpet tree was planted as a living tribute to Sultan Mohamed Thakurufaanu, who had freed the island from the Portugese reign. The giant tree is now 400 years old, and continues to expand across the island.

How to reach: A public ferry or seaplane from Male will take you to Maroshi.

Best time to visit: Between December to March, when the weather remains calm and more suited to sightseeing activities.
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Meedhoo

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Meedhoo
Located on the northernmost tip of the Addu Atoll, Meedhoo is one of the most seasoned inhabited islands in the archipelago. Its name literally translates to ‘Huge Island’ in Sanskrit.

The island is said to have been discovered by an Islamic voyager, who planted the seed of Islam here and laid the foundation for the oldest mosque in Maldives- Meedhoo’s Old Friday Mosque that is said to be nearly 250 years old. The island is also well known for its water sport facilities, offering sports such as waterskiing, jet skiing, diving and snorkeling.

How to reach: A seaplane and ferry ride from Male would take you to Meedhoo.

Best time to visit: During the dry, sunny months between December and April.
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Thinadhoo

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Thinadhoo
One of the most stunning cities in Maldives, Thinadhoo is known by its beautiful beaches, relaxed eateries and upscale beach resorts. Despite its small size, the beaches of Thinadhoo are some of the prettiest in Maldives.

The house reef off Thinadhoo’s coast is ideal for snorkeling expeditions. A great variety of tropical fishes, including sharks, can be spotted here. A large number of diving destinations at the island also makes it a prominent attraction among divers. The Alimaatha diving point near the island is popular for its night diving experience, known for sightings of white tip sharks, tunas, unicornfish and more.

How to reach: Tourists must travel to Kaadedhdhoo Airport by air from Male. From here, a short speedboat ride will take you to Thinadhoo.

Best time to visit: Between December to April, when the weather remains dry, sunny and pleasant.
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03 December 2020
Excellent
One of the best places to visit in Maldives. Locations are breathtaking. The resort is very clean and service is prompt. Enjoyed different kinds of food in restaurant. They won't charge extra after reaching there. They will inform you in advance if you are taking any extra services and charge you for that. The kind of price provided by Thrillophila is far better than others. Thrillophila guided us in each step during our journey and their response is amazing. Will definitely trust thrillophila for my future trips.
10 January 2021
Excellent
The recent trip to the Maldives was awesome, we had an amazing time at the resort, the rooms were so big and spacious, cozy and comfortable beds, the sea view from rooms was so beautiful, they maintained proper hygiene and sanitization, great hospitality, the staff was very kind there and the food served at the Taj was amazing, especially the seafood was superb... we even enjoyed the snorkeling activity. Great place to stay and spend some quality time. I would like to thanks Thrillophilia for such an amazing deal and for organizing the entire package so well...
16 December 2020
Excellent
The resort was awesome it has about 50 beach bungalows, we stayed there for 4 days. Facilities were also good. The service staff which was appointed to us was very friendly. The meals provided in the package were delicious. All thanks to Thrillophilia.
15 January 2021
Excellent
Definitely, it was a great experience booking a stay with Thrillophilia... booking was easy, the payment method was secure. Such a beautiful experience at Adaaran Prestige Vadoo, they have an amazing staff who was there to help with all your needs and their services were fast and clean. The sunrise water villa was pretty with a beautiful private pool & Jacuzzi. the room is comfortable with all modern amenities, the foods here was good with amazing options and taste yummy... in short, we get everything mentioned in all section above...3-nights stayed was splendid. Perfect vacation at a reasonable price
10 January 2021
Excellent
All appreciation goes to the Thrillophilia team, The trip they planned for us was well-organized and well-executed. . The resort was beautifully-built and super clean, the rooms we stayed in were very sizeable, with amazing beds, furniture, and a bathroom... Talking about their staff and services was top-notch... We thouroughly. enjoyed all the foods and activities provided by this resort... The management was good and the staff was very hospitable... Everything went just perfect
Wonderful place to stay. We came here for our honeymoon and we really felt blessed to come here and stay. This place is paradise. First of all, Maldives is so beautiful and then Taj Coral Reef is so amazing. The staff, the food, the rooms, the ambiance, the vibe everything is so nice. I would suggest people who are coming to the Maldives to stay here at the Taj. We booked this hotel package via Thrillophilia and it was really a great deal. Thank you Thrillophilia for making our honeymoon beautiful.
06 January 2021
Excellent
Nice Island.. peaceful.. not far from airport.. room is beautiful where you can see the crystal clear water from your bed and also the sunrise.. buffet dinner incredible with so many choices of food. Highly recommended, a beautiful island with good food and hospitality
08 January 2021
Excellent
We stayed at Arena Beach Hotel in Maldives. The resort was very beautiful. We enjoyed many activities like Snorkelling, Dolphin Watching and Night fishing trip. The buffet meals provided in the package were delicious. Staff was amazingly friendly. All Thanks to Thrillophilia.
We booked this package from Thrillophilia and we went to there for my honeymoon. The stay was very comfortable and the meals provided were delicious. Our stay was for 4 days, which was just right; not too short or long. Staff was also friendly. Will visit here again. Thanks Thrillophilia.
17 December 2020
Excellent
Thrillophilia planned well about this package as their itinerary was satisfying not only that even their price and support is far better than the other websites I had been experienced before...The Saii Lagoon Maldives Resort was really gorgeous and what makes the place more beautiful was the nice behavior of the host and the entire staff they were disciplined and warm...All meals were surprisingly delicious...This resort has everything we need, Worth every rupee I spend...

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  1. Is Male city safe for tourists?

    Yes, Male City is extremely safe for tourists. Apart from having a relatively low crime rate, the locals at the island are extremely friendly. Take the basic precautions like you would anywhere else and you are good to go.
  2. Which is the best city to visit in Maldives?

    Located at the edge of Kaafu Atoll, Male is Maldives most popular tourist destination. An array of beautiful beaches, well maintained parks and ornate historical monuments makes it one of the most sought after places to visit in the country.
  3. Is passport required for Maldives?

    Yes, a valid passport which should be valid for 6 months from the date of arrival, along with a copy of the return ticket, is required for entry to Maldives for all forgein travellers including Indians.
  4. How expensive is Maldives?

    Travel to Maldives is fairly expensive when compared to other popular tourist destinations. The daily cost of stay at the Maldives resorts can range between $300-$1000 per night, which is close to Rs. 70,000. To cut down on money you can choose the many budget options available and also plan your trip accordingly.
  5. Do and Don'ts in Maldives?

    Dont's:
    - Male City has a curfew at 10.00PM. While at the capital, make sure not to stay beyond the curfew hours, as it may be finable.
    - Maldives being a fairly conservative country, Public displays of affection are strictly prohibited in the non-resort islands of Maldives.
    - Do not carry prohibited items into the country. This includes alcohol, pork, religious items and drugs.

    Do’s:
    - Dress modestly while on non-resort islands. Owing to its conservative culture, immodest clothing is strictly prohibited here. Bikinis and topless sunbathing are a strict no-no as well.
    - Make sure to remove all footwear before entering a mosque.
    - Carry a lot of sun-protection while visiting the beaches of Maldives.
  6. Is Maldives open for tourists now?

    Yes, Maldives is open to all international tourists now. The island destination opened the door to tourists from 15th July. You can book your stay in a single resort and no covid negative reports are needed.

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