Maldives Tour Packages


Imagine clear turquoise-tinged waters framing moon-shaped islands ringed with white sandy beaches. Beaches so isolated, you’ll be hard pressed to find another soul and if you do, they’re probably immersed in creating their own little paradise without being a bother to you. Add to this the fact that you could fly in on Friday evening to start your Maldives holiday and fly out on Monday morning to be back at work with a bit of sand still between your toes, and memories of your vacation to the Maldives in your head. 

  1. Maldives Trip Experience:
    • For a better idea about what to expect when travelling to the Maldives, visit the Maldives tourism section that will give you detailed pointers on everything about Maldives, such as How to Reach Maldives, Things To Do In Maldives, Best Times To Visit Maldives, Places To Visit in Maldives and much more. The best part is that Maldives holiday packages are available from all major cities such as Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi and Cochin. A Maldives holiday no longer has to be a faraway dream, thanks to our Maldives tour packages.  
  2. Maldives Visa:
    • A Tourist Visa is granted to travellers of all nationalities when they visit the Maldives. A Tourist Visa allows you to stay in the Maldives for 30 days, but may be extended for another 60-day period. The full 30-day visa is not the right of the visitor to claim, but lies at the discretion of the Immigration to issue for a period of not more than thirty days and any period less than thirty days.
  3. How to reach Maldives:
    • Flying is the quickest way to reach Maldives, with a flight from the Indian mainland to the Maldives lasting just about 3 hours. The country’s main airport is Male International Airport located on Hulhule Island in the North Male atoll, just off the coast of the island capital of Male. It is well connected internationally, especially with India, with direct flights from metros like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Cochin. The longest duration is about 6 hours from Delhi and the quickest is the flight from Cochin which gets you there in under 2 hours. Getting there, however, is the easy part; it is taking your return flight after your Maldives holiday has ended that is the tough part.
    • From the airport, you can take a ferry, speedboat or a seaplane to the island of your choice within the Maldives. Relax and rejuvenate in overwater bungalows with our exclusive Maldives tour packages, the epitome of tropical luxury.
  4. Honeymoon in the Maldives:
    • Sparkling crystal pools that are shrouded by graceful palms and lined with soft sand, where you can lay down on the beautiful beach at night and witness the unmatchable beauty of twinkling stars. Little spots of sand hidden amidst craggy rocks that disappear with the incoming tide that are perfect for a candle lit picnic. Tiny tidepools that are obscured by a ring of rocks forming a natural infinity pool, where you can take a dip with your partner in the turquoise waters. Such cosy spaces abound in the Maldives, allowing you a level of privacy that you always wanted but could never have at other beach destinations. On a honeymoon in the Maldives, you will feel the love blowing in the sea breeze that caresses your bodies. Stay in world-class resorts and villas as you bask in luxury with our premium Maldives tour packages.
  5. Travelling within the Maldives :
    • Since the islands are tiny with narrow roads, driving to get from one place to another is out of the question. You can walk or cycle across the tinier islands, whereas larger islands such as Malé have taxi services. The most excitement during Maldives holidays, however, is found during island hopping within the Maldives. Based on your budget you can choose different Maldives travel packages and take a leisurely cruise in a traditional Maldivian ‘Dhoni’, beat the waves in a speedboat, or a ferry or even take a yacht with a full bar and cabins, or you could fly between the islands in a seaplane.  
  6. Best Time to Visit the Maldives:
    • May to October is officially the rainy season, with the islands seeing between 5 and 10 inches of rain monthly and accompanied by strong winds and the occasional tropical storm. Visitors will likely find better pricing during this time of year, however your dreams of chilling in an open bungalow on the water might be blown away by strong winds and wild waves. Wild waves are what make the Maldives a mecca for surfers during the monsoon, because the area sees bigger waves and better swells for surfing during these months. Experience the Maldives in a whole new light during the rainy season with our exclusive Maldives tour packages.
    • May to July is when the Maldives shine through, thanks to the perfect temperatures and the thinning crowds. You might experience some brief periods of heavy to moderately heavy rainfall but this is literally the calm before the storm. The Maldives is one of the few places that allows you to cherish this period and get home before things get a little too stormy. Relax and rejuvenate in overwater bungalows with our exclusive Maldives tour packages, the epitome of tropical luxury. 

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