Your Gateway to Paradise on Earth

Discover the Maldives, an iconic island archipelago

With its iconic white sand beaches embraced by the crystal-blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Beyond its reputation as a honeymooner's haven, the Maldives welcomes a diverse crowd, from luxury seekers to budget travelers exploring backpacker inns and upscale resorts that pepper this tropical paradise.

We Recommend

  • Scuba Diving: Plunge into crystal-blue depths for an underwater wonderland with vibrant coral gardens, reefs, and marine life-filled caves.
  • Snorkeling: Explore mesmerizing underwater scenes with just a mask and breathing pipe, revealing captivating marine beauty.
  • Seaplane Flights: Take a seaplane for stunning aerial views, unveiling the Maldives’ beauty from above.
  • Water Sports: Beyond relaxation, the Maldives offers thrilling water-skiing, kite-surfing, and more for adventurous souls.
  • Manta Point: Dive the Manta Reef for close encounters with graceful manta rays.
  • Banana Reef: Dive into the underwater paradise of Banana Reef, catering to divers and snorkelers of all levels.
  • National Museum: Unveil Maldivian history at the National Museum with insightful artifacts from the archipelago’s past.

Travel Tips

Ibrahim Nasir International Airport

Also known as Male International Airport, this bustling air hub is your gateway to the Maldives and connects you to destinations worldwide.

Public Transport

Seaplanes offer the fastest, albeit pricier, mode of transport. Enjoy stunning aerial views of the archipelago during daylight hours.


Voltage ranges from 20V to 240V, with three-pin sockets being common. Be sure to carry an adapter.

Eat & Drink

Discover culinary gems like Thila at Kurumba resort, offering iconic dining experiences. Just Veg by Atmosphere in Kanifushi delights vegans and vegetarians with a wide array of plant-based dishes. Muraka Restaurant on Mirihi island provides Maldivian flavors with spectacular sunset views. Dive into unparalleled underwater dining at Ithaa Undersea Restaurant in Rangali, while Edge on Niyama's secluded island offers an extraordinary boat-accessed adventure. Witness culinary craftsmanship at The Kitchen on Kandooma Fushi, and savor themed buffet-style meals at Epicure in Niyama's Per Aquum Resort.