Majestic Maldives-2N3D

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Our 2 Nights, 3 Days solo traveler package is made to fill you with a remarkable involvement with this charming island country. Drench yourself in an ideal mix of unwinding, adventure, and cultural exploration, customized for the insightful independent explorer looking for both peacefulness and excitement.

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3 Days
Group Size

Day 1: Arrival in Malé and Transfer to Resort

Meet and greet by the retreat representative. Move to the resort through a speedboat for an exhilarating experience. Check-in and refresh in your hotel.

Enjoy a reviving spa experience with a sauna, massage, and Jacuzzi meeting at the resort's spa facilities.

Explore the submerged beauty of the Maldives with a guided snorkeling session. Partake in a flavorful dinner at the hotel's café. Make a beeline for the on-location club for a night of music and grooving.

*Travel Tip - The sun in the Maldives can be intense so pack and use sunscreen, caps, and shades to safeguard yourself from the UV beams.

Day 2: Adventure and Exploration

Begin the day with a thrilling sea diving session driven by experienced instructors. Set out on a speed-boating adventure around the Alifu Dhaalu Atoll, taking in the dazzling views. Enjoy some leisure time swimming in the crystal-clear waters.

Explore the island on a bike given by the resort. Take part in ocean-side activities, like ocean-side volleyball, or essentially loosen up on the sandy shores. Participate in a great karaoke meeting for an energetic night.

Day 3: Cultural and Departure

Take a cultural trip to Malé to visit landmarks, for example, the President's Royal Palace and Sultan Park. Go through the afternoon at leisure, maybe relaxing by the pool or ocean side. On the off chance, the resort's children's club offers exercises for younger travelers.

Enjoy a farewell dinner at the retreat, highlighting a blend of local and international cuisines. Leave the resort and move back to Malé for your flight.

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The age and wellness requirements can change for every activity. By and large, activities like swimming and kayaking are appropriate for most age groups, while water-skiing and parasailing might have age and health limitations. It's essential to check with the tour operator for specific requirements and rules for every activity.

The Maldives has a tropical climate in common, making it a year-round travel spot. However, the peak tourist season is from November to March when the weather conditions are dry and wonderful. Assuming you incline toward calmer times, you should think about the shoulder seasons.

Although resorts are more lax, it is respectful to wear modestly when you are not in resort areas because the Maldives is a country with a majority of Muslims. Swimwear is allowed on the beaches but it's best to wear clothing that covers up when exploring nearby islands. Make sure you follow any special instructions your hotel or tour operator gives you.

Indeed, numerous activities are intended for people with varying levels of swimming capability. Swimming, kayaking, and some water trips have choices for non-swimmers, including guided experiences with safety. However, it's essential to convey any worries or limitations to the tour operator ahead of time to ensure suitable arrangements.

Country Information

The Maldives is an archipelago comprising 26 atolls, which are made up of 1,000 coral islands. Every atoll is a ring-shaped coral reef that circles a lagoon.

  1. The Maldivian Rufiyaa (MVR) is the official currency, yet US dollars are broadly accepted in hotels and tourist areas. Credit cards are likewise accepted.
  2. Dhivehi is the official language, yet English is broadly spoken in tourist areas.
  3. Inter-island, transportation is regularly via seaplane, speedboat, or domestic flights. Resort transfers are often arranged by the resort itself.
  4. The Maldives is home to over 2000 types of fish and 200 types of coral.
  5. The culture of the Maldives is a unique mix of South Indian, Arabian, and African impacts.


*Maldives Helpline Number – +(960)3323228