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What You Should Know More About Maldives

  • Travel Advice

    • Avoid sunburns here. Do apply a sunscreen whenever you are on the beach. Carry sunglasses with you as well.

    • The customs here are strict and rigid. The bags are checked everywhere physically. So, make sure you do not carry anything that is dangerous or illegal.

    • It is always a good idea to wear footwear when on the beach.

    • Drinking is not allowed in Male so don’t even think of drinking there. Punishments here are very severe so make sure you don’t end up in any trouble.

    • Importing of pornographic material is strictly prohibited. So, make sure you do not break any rules.

    • Waves can be really rough sometimes so it is good to read a weather forecast before you head to the beach.

    • Whenever you get involved in any adventure activity or water sport, make sure you have adequate practice on the same. Always hire a good and a qualified instructor who’ll guide you adequately during the drill.

    • Do not little the environment here.

    • Always carry with you a first aid kit as you never know when you may need it.

    • Do not carry with you cash more than what is required.

    • Learn a few words of the local language to avoid any communication barrier.

    • Avoid filming or shooting videos without permission.

  • Drinking Laws

    Legally, if you are not a Muslim and over 18, you can purchase and drink alcohol. However, given the fact that Maldives is majorly an Islamic nation, alcohol here is effectively banned for the locals. However, the bars, resorts and clubs always stock alcohol.

  • Our recommendations: What you can't afford to miss?

    Fua Mulaku

    Nestled in the Southern Province of the Maldivian archipelago, Fua Mulaku is the smallest island here that has a single island but has the largest islands of the country. This secluded island is very fertile and produces a vast range of fruits and vegetables that do not grow in other parts of the country such as mangoes, pineapple and oranges. This is definitely one tourist attraction you cannot miss.

    Grand Friday Mosque

    The Grand Friday Mosque is a prominent place to see in Maldives. It is an Islamic Centre that is very well acclaimed for its intricate architecture. Formally known as the Masjid-al-Sultan Muhammad Thakurufaanu Al Auzam, it is the largest mosque here that attracts a multitude of pilgrims as well as architecture lovers all round the year.  

    Mirihi Island

    An isolated island, Mirihi Island gets its name from a local flower. It flaunts a pristine beach and an exquisite house reef. The island has a beautiful resort that has 36 bungalows for the tourists. Most popular tourist beach in Maldives, the island is just ideal for honeymooners and solitary seekers. Enveloped with snow white sands and palm trees, this is a prominent Maldives attraction.  

    National Museum of Maldives

    Located at the Sultan Park in Male, the National Museum of Maldives was the former palace of the Sultan of Maldives. The museum houses a number of artefacts of the Maldivian culture such as furniture, items of clothing, coins, armaments, royal antiques and embellishments. For all culture and history lovers, this museum has a lot on offer.

  • What you will like there?

    A Unique Culture

    The Maldives is a prominent tourist attraction that is known across the globe for its picturesque landscapes. Its warm and exotic cultures entice many. Inhabited majorly by the Sunni Muslims, the local culture of The Maldives is a liberal mix of South Indian, Arab and Sinhalese influences. This capital city of Male’ houses a variety of cultural attractions - Sultan Park, National Museum, Grand Friday mosque, Male’ Fish Market and Presidential palace. English here is taught in schools and widely spoken all across the country. However, the official business here is conducted in the native language of Dhivehi.

    Culinary Delights

    Be it gourmet meals or the casual dining, the Maldives brings forth an alluring mix of international cuisines. The resorts here embrace global fare that is well depicted in its connoisseur preparations of the incredibly fresh sea food and the appetizing flavors of the Italian food. Most local venues here offer authentic Maldivian cuisines.  

    Secluded Luxury

    The economy of the Maldives is majorly based on its tourism. This beautiful island paradise has very well accepted the global requirements of ultra luxury accommodations backed with impeccable experience. From the 200 inhabited islands found here, some 90 are dedicated to the luxury resorts. Further, the resort density is limited to one per island, this assures the honeymooners and the other tourists luxury with privacy. On site spas here offer gratifying spa treatment that is ideal for the requisite pampering. Prices here may not be very inexpensive but is ideal for upscale.  

    The Definition of Paradise

    The crystal clear waters outpouring against the isolated stretches of the natural white sand, the Maldives does offer a peaceful sanctum from the tough realities of the world outside. Islands here are incredibly remote and very pure. Indeed, Maldives has a great variety for sightseeing.  

    Life is Better Under The Sea

    Of course you cannot explore all the wonders of Maldives in one go. However, the captivating azure waters of the sea are a home of some of the most colorful sea life of the world. Diving under the sea here is one of the prime things to do. Fishing and snorkeling are other water sports that you’ll enjoy.   

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Traveller Tales from Maldives


Chandraayan Shah

20 September 2017

Went on this excellent honeymoon trip to Maldives with my wife through Thrillophilia. Loved the way they have organized the tour, it was just perfect. Once we landed, we took a speedboat ride to our hotel. Loved the decoration they did for our room. We had a wonderful candlelight dinner by the beach which was really amazing. But the best part came when both of us went for that couple Swedish spa massage. It was just wow! The dolphin watching tour was another best memory from the trip. We got to see dolphins playing which was amazing. It was definitely worth the money. The beaches were lovely and we used to spend most of the time in the evening watching the sunset together. Food was really great, I should say. Well done guys, you did make our honeymoon a special one.


Deb Abbott

20 September 2017

One of the brilliant itineraries I have ever seen was the one for Maldives honeymoon tour. Truly, it was a great trip for us and we thank everyone co-operated with us in the best way. My wife had some problem with the climate but otherwise, it was completely a nice trip. Thanks guys for suggesting is Maldives We are glad that we choose Maldives for our first honeymoon and we are glad that we choose Maldives instead of Seychelles, which was our earlier first choice.


Mahendra Gandhi

20 September 2017

I had the best honeymoon days there by doing so many water activities like scuba diving and snorkeling, island hopping, catamaran cruise and parasailing. It is an inspiring place and good to see if you are a true lover of nature. There were plenty of food options and shopping centres. This is a perfect spot for honeymoon.


Shashikala Chopra

20 September 2017

I am so glad I got the best Maldives honeymoon package which made both us extremely happy. Both of us fell in love with the country that has the most crystal clear water and short islands possessing beautiful landscapes. Every bit of the honeymoon tour was perfect. Clean beaches, cozy decorated bedroom at the hotel and very delicious food at the restaurants. It is a great space to click so many wonderful pictures with your beloved. We both enjoyed the speedboat trip and island hopping- both were a different experience altogether. There were not many adventure activities in Maldives and I think we missed the fun part of the tour because of the lack of activities.


Gopi Tandon

20 September 2017

After complete planning only, I and my wife took the Maldives honeymoon package and we are very satisfied by the service from the Thrillophilia and the local tour operator and its staff. Peaceful atmosphere on the island touched our hearts. Costly rooms but worth as we could see the sea very well from the room. Food was good- there were a lot of good restaurants near the beach. It was pretty awesome to be there.

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