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About Male: rated 4.4/5 (based on 56 reviews) | Packages starting from 16,000/-

An escape into a tropical paradise is definitely a must do thing in the hectic schedule of life to get some peaceful moments. Male in Maldives is surely that perfect holiday destination which surprises everyone with its exotic charm and scenic beauty. Nestled among islands and in the picturesque setting, Male is a dream destination for many travelers. Spend some cozy and fun-filled moments of your life with our Male tour packages at one of the best places in Maldives.

Best Time to Visit Male

The temperature in Male generally ranges between 23ºC to 31ºC hence it can be visited at any time of the year however if you are looking for the most ideal time to visit Male then November to April are the most favorable months to plan a visit to Male when the temperature is the most pleasant as compared to res of the months. The humidity during these months is comparatively less. Many water sports activities can be best enjoyed during this time of the year. Check for the weather conditions before booking Male holiday packages.

How to Reach

The best way to reach Male from India is via flight. The approximate distance between Delhi and Male is 2750 kms and from Mumbai it is approx. 6353 kms. Both direct and connecting flights are available from Delhi to Male. GoAir flight provides non-stop flight to reach Male from Delhi and it takes around 4 hours to reach. Other connecting flights are IndiGo Spicejet, AirIndia etc. Flights from other cities like Chennai, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata are also available to reach Male from India.

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Idyllic Honeymoon Package For Maldives
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5 Days & 4 Nights Customizable
Starting from:11% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
₹ 59,999/-₹ 67,415/-

Per Person on twin sharing

  • Romantic
  • Water Activities
  • Adventure
  • Nature
  • Sightseeing
  • Spa

Hotel included in package:

Cities:

  • Male (5D)

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  • Fantastic Maldives Tour Package
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    4 Days & 3 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 16,000/-₹ 17,582/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Male City Tour
    • Snorkeling
    • Nature
    • Windsurfing
    • Hill station
    • Water Activities
    • landscape
    • Beach
    • Sightseeing

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Male (4D)

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  • An Exciting Maldives Tour Package
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    4 Days & 3 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 18,000/-₹ 19,780/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Beach
    • Watersports
    • Hill station
    • Optional Activities
    • Nature
    • Leisure Day
    • Water Activities
    • Budget

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Male (4D)

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  • Ecstatic Maldives Honeymoon Tour Package
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    5 Days & 4 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 70,000/-₹ 76,923/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Maldives
    • Adventure
    • Snorkeling
    • Nature
    • Scuba-Diving
    • Hill station
    • Spa
    • Water Activities
    • Beach
    • Romantic

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Male (5D)

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  • FAQ's for Male

    One should plan a visit to Male during the months of November to April which is also the peak tourist season due to pleasant weather.

    Sultan Pak in Male is located at a distance of 4.5 km from Male International Airport and it will take 15 mins to reach here.

    Sala Thai, Seagull Cafe House, Family Room Cafe, Royal Garden Cafe, Symphony Restaurant, and Salsa Royal are some of the best places to eat in Male.

    Some of the markets to explore in Male are Male Local Market, Le Cute, Island Bazaar, Majeedhee Magu, and Centro Mall.

    Garudhiya, Mas Huni, Bis Keemiya, fried yams, reef fish cutlets etc are some of the worth-trying dishes in Male.

    Generally, 4 to 5 days are enough for an ideal trip to Maldives?

    Traveling by flight is definitely the best way to travel to Male from India.

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    • Trip to Seychelles

      Only good experience we had in the resort which was extremely a class one. We chose to stay one day in Male hotel provided in the package was hotel. UNI INN which is pathetic. I strongly recommend not to stay there. Rude staff, very small (store room types room) which AC not working. No Lift and no drinking water. Your whole trip will become sad if you stay in this hotel even for 1 day. I was expecting travel agent to cordinate better for the flight as Air India told us at the checkin counter that flight is overbooked and they have provided us next day flight (1 day wasted) same happend in the return flight which got canceled and given us option for the next day flight.
      AG

      Ankit Gupta

      New delhi, 22 days ago

    • Trip to Bali

      Recently I visited to Paradise island resort and spa (Maldives)for Honeymoon trip which was arranged by global skyways Travel traingle. This was the best trip of my life and i am very thankful to global skyway (specially , Anjali ) for making it so memorable for us. The trip was planned and arranged very perfectly. We were not having any worries about booking stuff, transportation and meals (all three times). All the booking details were shared on email on time and no last minute hurry or inconvinence was caused to me throughout the trip. Trip went very smoothly without any inconvinence including flights from both side. Flight selection by Anjali was great which lead us to maldives in shortest possible time. Selection of paradise island was also a great choice by anjali as it is one of the closet island from male city (~10km) Speed boat time 20 mins only. We spent our time in relaxing , eating, exploring island. All my needs and wishes were given topmost priority while arranging the trip that was the best part of global skyway travel triangle. I recommend other Couples and family to utilise service of global skyway travel triangle for booking your trip. Highly recommended!! Thanks a lot once again global skyway travel triangle for making it a memorable time for us. Looking forward for other trips with you in future.
      DN

      Dr Nikhil

      India, a month ago

    • Trip to Bhutan

      We, me and my wife, started exploring for our summer trip and we choose to visit Bhutan after reading amazing experiences of travellers and tourists of Bhutan. I wrote to some renowned travel agency in Bhutan and requested them to share the itinerary with price quotation. I also thought of writing to one Indian travel agency and chose Travel Triangle due to my past experience with them. I was surprised to see the price difference, Bhutan INC (also listed with Bhutan Tourism Council) through Travel Triangle offered almost 1/3 to 1/2 of the prices quoted by other agencies in Bhutan. The other agencies were offering some additional value like tickets to monuments/museum, complimentary hot stone bath and better car for transfer from Bagdogra to Bhutan and from Bhutan to Bagdogra. I did my math, and the value of additional services was not more than 10K. The price quoted by Bhutan INC was very reasonable, I think, if you try to book hotels, vehicle, guide and airport transfer on your own, you would end up paying equal or maybe higher amount with all the hassle. I also read the reviews about Bhutan INC and I was certain to book my trip through them only. Hari form Bhutan INC was my single point of contact, he was always reachable to answer my any and all the questions. We finalised the itinerary for our 7 days trip in discussion with him and he almost covered all the places and destinations given by other agencies in their itinerary. I also read about hotels in different cities we were planning to visit and gave a list to Hari, he got us all the hotels I requested. I have explained about the hotels separately below. We were all set to visit Bhutan and planned to visit Phuentsholing, Thimphu, Paro and Punakha. We planned our Trip from 16th May to 22nd May. I requested Hari to share the cab details for airport transfer and here Prakash from Bhutan INC joined the journey. He shared the cab details 1 day prior to our flight, I read some reviews and people got jittery due to delay in sharing of cab details, but trust me guys, everything is taken care of. Day 1: 16th May We landed at Bagdogra, Mr.Nima was our driver for transfer to Bhutan was already there at the Airport. He received us at the Airport and we started our journey in his WagonR. The road quality from Bagdogra to Phuentsholing (Bhutan border town) is good. Only at some places or for very short length you would get a bumpy ride. We covered the journey in 4.5 hrs including a stop at Dhaba. After 30-40 mins of reaching the hotel, we were surprised to know that our guide Tshering Wangchuk (later we started calling him shri) was there to meet us. He was there to collect our docs for next day immigration clearance. We had a yummy dinner at Asian Kitchen (Must try Zumzin wine and egg fried rice) Day 2: 17th May As promised our guide was on time, 8:30 in the morning. We also met our driver Tobten. We went to immigration office for clearance and it took us 2 hrs approx. as I was travelling on voter ID, because my Passport got expired. Here one thing I want to point out; Indians can travel to Bhutan on Passport or Voter Id. But with passport you can apply for e-permit and get your immigration clearance really quick. I saw many people with Indian passport, but they didn’t apply for e-permit and spent a long time in the queue. After clearance we headed towards Thimphu, we skipped visit to Kharbandi Gonpa due to paucity of time. On our way to Thimphu we passed through Gedu, Chukha and Chuzom. We had our lunch at Gedu but it was expensive in comparison to Phuentsholing. After reaching Thimpu, we visited Memorial Chorten. It is built in the memory of 3rd King, but with due respect not a great place to visit since entry in the structure is not allowed. There is no point paying Rs. 600, you can see the structure from outside road. Later we checked into our Hotel. We had dinner at Cloud9 café, it’s a bit expensive and you’ll get pizza and burger to eat with beverages or alcohol. Day 3: 18th May After having breakfast at Hotel, we visited Buddha view point (152 ft Buddha statue, highest in the world), Changangkha Lhakhang, the oldest temple in the valley, Simply Bhutan – A living Museum (must try Bhutanese lunch here). We left for Punakha and stopped at Dochula pass to visit Druk wangyel Lhakhang, here if you are lucky and sky is clear, you may see highest unclimbed mountains in Bhutan and the Kanchenjunga. After reaching Punakha, we checked in our resort and had dinner in the resort only. Day 4: 19th May We started our day with Chhimi Lhakhang (temple of Fertility), it is situated in a village and you may find yourself in odd situation, if you are with your elders. You’ll see phallus (the male sexual organ) paintings or small wooden replica on the way to the temple. We also visited Punakha Dzong and Punakha Suspension bridge before departing for Paro. We reached Paro via Thimphu only and had our lunch at “Fulka”, a decent option for Indian food. We checked in our Resort in Paro which was very close to Tigers Nest base and had Dinner in the Resort only. Day 5: 20th May The most special day of our trip, hike to Tiger’s Nest. It was really challenging and fun activity, since the altitude is fairly high (almost 3000 meters), you’ll feel breathless while hiking. It is quite a physical activity; if you want to hike this, move up at your own pace. You might need a break after every 2-3 mins hiking. Try not to have heavy breakfast right before the hike. You should carry water bottles or you can buy from cafeteria en-route to the Nest. Please wear full sleeves, continuous sun and shadow may cause skin burn. Put-on good sports shoes or hiking shoes, you need good grip while going up and specially coming down. We took 6 hrs to complete the hike, visit to temples and tea/coffee at the cafeteria. We skipped other site seeing for the day and had rest after the hike. Day 6: 21st May After checking out of the hotel, we went to National Museum; there is a good view point, you might see landing or take off the plane from Paro Airport. We skipped going to Paro Dzong, since our guide suggested it was same like Punakha Dzong. We went for shopping to Paro market. It is very expensive, especially the woollen stuff. It is advisable to explore few shops before buying and negotiate hard, there is significant difference in the prices for the same product. We had our lunch at traveller’s restaurant and headed to Phuentsholing. We had our dinner at Kizom Cafe and Pizzeria, some people find it expensive, but it is cheaper than food outlets at the Airport and food is really delicious. Day 7: 22nd May We had to reach Bagdogra Airport by 11 am and Mr. Nima assured us of timely pickup, the cab reached on time and we reached Airport in 4 hrs without any stop on the way. Hotel: Day 1 and Day 6– Damchen Hotel, Phuentsholing The hotel is decent 2 star facility, it is in the centre of the city, close to market and right opposite to Zangtho Pelri. You’ll get good eating options nearby and a public park right opposite the hotel. You won’t feel like in a hotel room, but it is clean and breakfast is good. They also packed our breakfast on last day as we had to check out by 6 am to reach the Bagdogra Airport. Day 2 – Galingkha It is a good 3 star hotel in the centre of city. The room feels of higher standard but the wooden floor was sticky and looked unclean. It is very close to market. The drawbacks are; the food in the hotel is very bad, we tried Hakka Noodles and it was Yuk. The on street dogs can be sleep spoiler during night time. Day 3 – Meriphuensum Resort The best resort/hotel of the whole trip. It is located at height in serene environment. You’ll get private balcony attached to your room and view of river is amazing. It is a 3 star resort but the service is higher standard. The food was good and breakfast was elaborated. Only minus is you would be out of town and can’t visit local market, but there is not much to visit in Punakha town. Day 4 and Day 5 – Taktsang Boutique Resort After Meriphuensum, I had very high hopes from this resort but sadly it was not that amazing. The room was really good, we got the deluxe room. It is located very close to Tiger’s Nest base and surrounded by forest. The food here is good, especially the non-veg is really delicious (best of the trip). Minuses are; you won’t feel like in a resort, deluxe room is just outside the welcome hall so you get all the noises and the outer sitting area attached to the room is not private. Bhutan INC It was a wonderful experience and value for money service. As I have already mentioned, Hari was always available to resolve my queries. Prakash continuously checked with me about the arrangements during the trip. I strongly recommend Bhutan INC for future tourists, you can thoroughly enjoy your trip and let Bhutan INC worry on your behalf. Guide and Driver I saved best part for the end, our Guide Tshering Wangchuk and Drive Tobten made this trip most memorable. They always maintained that host-guest relationship and gradually we were like friends, it was really fun with them. Tshering had good knowledge about Bhutan, monuments/sites we visited and he was honest, if he didn’t know anything. You can’t ignore his good sense of humour and he would always create the moments full of laughter. He was very sensible also to give us our space. We made him learn Punjabi songs and during Tiger’s Nest hike he was humming the Punjabi music in his Bhutanese accent. Tobten has graduated from India, he has good knowledge about India; be it bollywood, cricket, politics, places etc. and we connected with him very easily. He was always calm and courteous and showed us many places significant in his life. We chatted at length with him and you feel happy after interacting with him. He was never in hurry, drove (Hyundai Santa Fe) really safe and always asked, whether he was going too fast. Even after so much travel and physical toil, we truly wished, the trip could be longer. These two guys made our trip and we wish to meet them again in future.
      NM

      NAVEEN MALIK

      Raipur, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Bhutan

      We, me and my wife, started exploring for our summer trip and we choose to visit Bhutan after reading amazing experiences of travellers and tourists of Bhutan. I wrote to some renowned travel agency in Bhutan and requested them to share the itinerary with price quotation. I also thought of writing to one Indian travel agency and chose Travel Triangle due to my past experience with them. I was surprised to see the price difference, Bhutan INC (also listed with Bhutan Tourism Council) through Travel Triangle offered almost 1/3 to 1/2 of the prices quoted by other agencies in Bhutan. The other agencies were offering some additional value like tickets to monuments/museum, complimentary hot stone bath and better car for transfer from Bagdogra to Bhutan and from Bhutan to Bagdogra. I did my math, and the value of additional services was not more than 10K. The price quoted by Bhutan INC was very reasonable, I think, if you try to book hotels, vehicle, guide and airport transfer on your own, you would end up paying equal or maybe higher amount with all the hassle. I also read the reviews about Bhutan INC and I was certain to book my trip through them only. Hari form Bhutan INC was my single point of contact, he was always reachable to answer my any and all the questions. We finalised the itinerary for our 7 days trip in discussion with him and he almost covered all the places and destinations given by other agencies in their itinerary. I also read about hotels in different cities we were planning to visit and gave a list to Hari, he got us all the hotels I requested. I have explained about the hotels separately below. We were all set to visit Bhutan and planned to visit Phuentsholing, Thimphu, Paro and Punakha. We planned our Trip from 16th May to 22nd May. I requested Hari to share the cab details for airport transfer and here Prakash from Bhutan INC joined the journey. He shared the cab details 1 day prior to our flight, I read some reviews and people got jittery due to delay in sharing of cab details, but trust me guys, everything is taken care of. Day 1: 16th May We landed at Bagdogra, Mr.Nima was our driver for transfer to Bhutan was already there at the Airport. He received us at the Airport and we started our journey in his WagonR. The road quality from Bagdogra to Phuentsholing (Bhutan border town) is good. Only at some places or for very short length you would get a bumpy ride. We covered the journey in 4.5 hrs including a stop at Dhaba. After 30-40 mins of reaching the hotel, we were surprised to know that our guide Tshering Wangchuk (later we started calling him shri) was there to meet us. He was there to collect our docs for next day immigration clearance. We had a yummy dinner at Asian Kitchen (Must try Zumzin wine and egg fried rice) Day 2: 17th May As promised our guide was on time, 8:30 in the morning. We also met our driver Tobten. We went to immigration office for clearance and it took us 2 hrs approx. as I was travelling on voter ID, because my Passport got expired. Here one thing I want to point out; Indians can travel to Bhutan on Passport or Voter Id. But with passport you can apply for e-permit and get your immigration clearance really quick. I saw many people with Indian passport, but they didn’t apply for e-permit and spent a long time in the queue. After clearance we headed towards Thimphu, we skipped visit to Kharbandi Gonpa due to paucity of time. On our way to Thimphu we passed through Gedu, Chukha and Chuzom. We had our lunch at Gedu but it was expensive in comparison to Phuentsholing. After reaching Thimpu, we visited Memorial Chorten. It is built in the memory of 3rd King, but with due respect not a great place to visit since entry in the structure is not allowed. There is no point paying Rs. 600, you can see the structure from outside road. Later we checked into our Hotel. We had dinner at Cloud9 café, it’s a bit expensive and you’ll get pizza and burger to eat with beverages or alcohol. Day 3: 18th May After having breakfast at Hotel, we visited Buddha view point (152 ft Buddha statue, highest in the world), Changangkha Lhakhang, the oldest temple in the valley, Simply Bhutan – A living Museum (must try Bhutanese lunch here). We left for Punakha and stopped at Dochula pass to visit Druk wangyel Lhakhang, here if you are lucky and sky is clear, you may see highest unclimbed mountains in Bhutan and the Kanchenjunga. After reaching Punakha, we checked in our resort and had dinner in the resort only. Day 4: 19th May We started our day with Chhimi Lhakhang (temple of Fertility), it is situated in a village and you may find yourself in odd situation, if you are with your elders. You’ll see phallus (the male sexual organ) paintings or small wooden replica on the way to the temple. We also visited Punakha Dzong and Punakha Suspension bridge before departing for Paro. We reached Paro via Thimphu only and had our lunch at “Fulka”, a decent option for Indian food. We checked in our Resort in Paro which was very close to Tigers Nest base and had Dinner in the Resort only. Day 5: 20th May The most special day of our trip, hike to Tiger’s Nest. It was really challenging and fun activity, since the altitude is fairly high (almost 3000 meters), you’ll feel breathless while hiking. It is quite a physical activity; if you want to hike this, move up at your own pace. You might need a break after every 2-3 mins hiking. Try not to have heavy breakfast right before the hike. You should carry water bottles or you can buy from cafeteria en-route to the Nest. Please wear full sleeves, continuous sun and shadow may cause skin burn. Put-on good sports shoes or hiking shoes, you need good grip while going up and specially coming down. We took 6 hrs to complete the hike, visit to temples and tea/coffee at the cafeteria. We skipped other site seeing for the day and had rest after the hike. Day 6: 21st May After checking out of the hotel, we went to National Museum; there is a good view point, you might see landing or take off the plane from Paro Airport. We skipped going to Paro Dzong, since our guide suggested it was same like Punakha Dzong. We went for shopping to Paro market. It is very expensive, especially the woollen stuff. It is advisable to explore few shops before buying and negotiate hard, there is significant difference in the prices for the same product. We had our lunch at traveller’s restaurant and headed to Phuentsholing. We had our dinner at Kizom Cafe and Pizzeria, some people find it expensive, but it is cheaper than food outlets at the Airport and food is really delicious. Day 7: 22nd May We had to reach Bagdogra Airport by 11 am and Mr. Nima assured us of timely pickup, the cab reached on time and we reached Airport in 4 hrs without any stop on the way. Hotel: Day 1 and Day 6– Damchen Hotel, Phuentsholing The hotel is decent 2 star facility, it is in the centre of the city, close to market and right opposite to Zangtho Pelri. You’ll get good eating options nearby and a public park right opposite the hotel. You won’t feel like in a hotel room, but it is clean and breakfast is good. They also packed our breakfast on last day as we had to check out by 6 am to reach the Bagdogra Airport. Day 2 – Galingkha It is a good 3 star hotel in the centre of city. The room feels of higher standard but the wooden floor was sticky and looked unclean. It is very close to market. The drawbacks are; the food in the hotel is very bad, we tried Hakka Noodles and it was Yuk. The on street dogs can be sleep spoiler during night time. Day 3 – Meriphuensum Resort The best resort/hotel of the whole trip. It is located at height in serene environment. You’ll get private balcony attached to your room and view of river is amazing. It is a 3 star resort but the service is higher standard. The food was good and breakfast was elaborated. Only minus is you would be out of town and can’t visit local market, but there is not much to visit in Punakha town. Day 4 and Day 5 – Taktsang Boutique Resort After Meriphuensum, I had very high hopes from this resort but sadly it was not that amazing. The room was really good, we got the deluxe room. It is located very close to Tiger’s Nest base and surrounded by forest. The food here is good, especially the non-veg is really delicious (best of the trip). Minuses are; you won’t feel like in a resort, deluxe room is just outside the welcome hall so you get all the noises and the outer sitting area attached to the room is not private. Bhutan INC It was a wonderful experience and value for money service. As I have already mentioned, Hari was always available to resolve my queries. Prakash continuously checked with me about the arrangements during the trip. I strongly recommend Bhutan INC for future tourists, you can thoroughly enjoy your trip and let Bhutan INC worry on your behalf. Guide and Driver I saved best part for the end, our Guide Tshering Wangchuk and Drive Tobten made this trip most memorable. They always maintained that host-guest relationship and gradually we were like friends, it was really fun with them. Tshering had good knowledge about Bhutan, monuments/sites we visited and he was honest, if he didn’t know anything. You can’t ignore his good sense of humour and he would always create the moments full of laughter. He was very sensible also to give us our space. We made him learn Punjabi songs and during Tiger’s Nest hike he was humming the Punjabi music in his Bhutanese accent. Tobten has graduated from India, he has good knowledge about India; be it bollywood, cricket, politics, places etc. and we connected with him very easily. He was always calm and courteous and showed us many places significant in his life. We chatted at length with him and you feel happy after interacting with him. He was never in hurry, drove (Hyundai Santa Fe) really safe and always asked, whether he was going too fast. Even after so much travel and physical toil, we truly wished, the trip could be longer. These two guys made our trip and we wish to meet them again in future.
      NM

      NAVEEN MALIK

      Raipur, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Male

      There was a communication gap between Adaaran Island and youngistan team. we landed to male from Bangalore when we arrived to male the reservation team at counter said that the youngistan traveler didn't confirm the booking so Island team made us to wait for 2 hours then I called Youngistan team and but no response from Ashu and office number but later got it booking confirmed from other person. irresponsible people in the Youngistan team. Please try to improve the service. Adaaran Select meeduparan Island is awesome place and worth staying in the beach villa. great trip!
      Ja

      Jayanna

      Bengaluru, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Male

      There was a communication gap between Adaaran Island and youngistan team. we landed to male from Bangalore when we arrived to male the reservation team at counter said that the youngistan traveler didn't confirm the booking so Island team made us to wait for 2 hours then I called Youngistan team and but no response from Ashu and office number but later got it booking confirmed from other person. irresponsible people in the Youngistan team. Please try to improve the service. Adaaran Select meeduparan Island is awesome place and worth staying in the beach villa. great trip!
      Ja

      Jayanna

      Bengaluru, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Male

      Overall trip experience was very good. We had a very good time in maldives with the help of travel traingle. White sand beaches and male city
      SP

      Satya Pavani

      Hyderabad, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Male

      Fun island resort was fantastic,,,, entertainment is good, food was great,,, But they charge heavily for everything,,, apart from the package. I told to book a hotel in male city, but they booked in hulhumale which was so disappointing.... We cherish every moment in Maldives thanks travel triangle
      MP

      Mohan Praba

      Chennai, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Male

      I was best trip . Our package was all inclusive. After arrival at male we had to wait for long (4 to 5 hrs ) and it was much late to reach the resort. Other than tht everything was best. Speedboat and seaplane , snorkeling , private beaches
      BJ

      Bakan Jagdish

      Delhi, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Male

      Experience was not at all good. There was a communication gap between resort and your team. we landed to male from mumbai when we arrived to male the reservation team at counter no. 16 said that the youngistan traveler didn't informed them about the flight details. so they had booked the flight at 23.58pm at night. from male airport we approached to the local agent of sun island. when we reached sun island the team said that the booking is been done as per flight details received that is 23.58pm the local flight details. but then the resort team helped us to stay there and offered the 3night water villa. The youngistan traveler didn't informed the resort that we are honeymooners. So they are unable to give us a freebies which we are supposed to get. Very irresponsible job by youngistan Traveler not at recommendable. Thanks to the Sunisland team that they helped us to reach and enjoy the holidays.
      SM

      Shrinivas Mishra

      Mumbai, 3 months ago

    Best Places to Visit in Male

    Grand Friday Mosque

    The Grand Friday Mosque is a magnificent white mosque in Male which was built in the year 1984. The mosque looks amazingly beautiful as it is built from white marble with minimum decorations. The main hall of the mosque is so big that it can accommodate 5000 people at a time and is beautifully decorated with wooden carvings , chandeliers, and woven carpet. It is necessary to dress properly while going to this mosque otherwise you will not be allowed to enter it.

    Male National Museum

    Located in the Sultan Park, the museum was established in the year 1952 with an objective to preserve the history and various artefacts of Maldives. It is a great place to include in the itinerary of your Male packages. The museum houses a collection of coins, antiques, furniture, clothing items, arms and armor, lacquer work and thrones which tell a lot about the history and Maldivian culture.

    Tsunami Monument

    The Tsunami Monument is built in the memory of those who lost their lives during the Tsunami that hit the island of Maldives in the year 2004. The massive steel structure reminds people of Maldives about the deadly tragedy that took the lives of more than 100 people and rendered many homeless. The names of those who died during this natural disaster are engraved on the steel panels of this monument.

    Hulhumale Beach

    Hulhumale Beach is a scenic piece of paradise in Male with white sands and crystal blue waters. The beach is perfect for sunbathing and to rejuvenate yourself in the lap of nature. Water sports like scuba diving and snorkeling can be enjoyed here along with sunset cruise. The beachside hotels here are budget-friendly and provides top-notch amenities for a comfortable stay by the beachside. Male tour packages can be customized as per traveler’s preferences.

    Artificial Beach

    Artificial Beach is a man-made beach in Male that has recently gained popularity. Earlier the beach was a famous recreation spot for the local people who used to come here for swimming, sunbathing, and evening walks. But now, the beach is also a tourist attraction, hence number of water sports and music shows can be enjoyed here.

    Things to Do in Male

    Seek blessing of Allah at the Grand Friday Mosque

    Grand Friday Mosque is a white marble mosque which looks amazingly beautiful. Visitors who come to Male visit this mosque to admire its beauty and to seek the blessing of Allah. You will get immense peace and pleasure visiting this mosque as the whole aura of it is very peaceful.

    Go snorkeling at the Hulhumale Beach

    Hulhumale Beach is one of the best beaches to visit in Male which is located in the North Male Atoll at the south side. Various activities like swimming, scuba diving, and snorkeling can be enjoyed here when visiting this beach. Other activities to enjoy here includes relishing food from the beachside hawkers, sunbathing, and other adventures.

    Enjoy Fun Activities at the Artificial Beach

    Artificial beach is not only happening party spot for local people but also for the tourists who book Male holiday packages. Local people come here to spend some tranquil moments and for evening walks while tourists can enjoy activities like swimming, music shows, relishing food from the local beachside hawkers and a lot more.

    Visit Sultan Park

    Sultan Park is one of the major attractions in Male which is visited by almost every tourist who lands in Male. Set up in the lush green environment, Sultan Park is a nice and tranquil place to spend time with friends and family. Within the park is the National Museum which is also a good place to stroll through in order to get an insight into the history of Maldives. There is also a cafe just outside the park where you can much on something with a cup of coffee.

    Pay a Visit to the Produce Market

    This market is unique in the way that people from all over the world collect here to sell the inhouse grown and exotic vegetables, hence one gets to enjoy a variety of vegetables sold here. This market is a great place to experience Maldivian taste. You will see coconuts and bananas in abundance here.

    Tips Before Booking Male Tour Packages

    • One should check for the climatic details online and then book the package accordingly.
    • One should plan the budget beforehand and should jot down the budget for each and every activity.
    • Thoroughly go through the list of inclusions and exclusions and ask the agent to exclude the things which you do not require.

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