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Things to Do in Maldives

  • Water Sports

    Being one of the most sought after beach destinations in the world, Maldives offers plenty of water sports opportunities. You can indulge in activities like canoeing, knee boarding, kite surfing, wake boarding, wind surfing, water skiing, parasailing and banana boat rides. Set yourself free into the ocean for some water sports and witness the adventurous aspect of Maldives. Some of the recommended places for water sports are:

    Extreme Water Sports Kurumba:
    Kurumba, Maldives
    Contact: +960-6647414

  • Manta Point

    One of the best experiences for divers coming to Maldives is to be able to snorkel or scuba dive with Manta rays. Weighing up to 5,000 pounds and with a wingspan of 25 feet, these species can be found in large numbers in Manta Point.

    One of the best places to find them is at one of the many manta ray cleaning stations, where the mantas gather to have the plankton removed by smaller fish.

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How to Reach Maldives

By Air

Male International Airport (MLE) is the main airport, which connects Maldives to all major countries in South-East Asia including India, China and Sri Lanka. There are also direct flights from Dubai, and chartered flights coming in from Europe, China and Singapore.

As compared to other countries, Maldives has a relatively lenient visa policy, as it offers a free 30-day visa on arrival to everyone, which can be extended to a period of 90 days on providing valid proof of sufficient funds and a travel document.

Importing alcohol, pork or pornography (very broadly defined) into the Maldives is forbidden and all luggage is X-rayed on arrival. On the way out, note that exporting sand, seashells or coral is also forbidden.


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Best Time to Visit Maldives

Male International Airport (MLE) is the main airport, which connects Maldives to all major countries in South-East Asia including India, China and Sri Lanka. There are also direct flights from Dubai, and chartered flights coming in from Europe, China and Singapore.

As compared to other countries, Maldives has a relatively lenient visa policy, as it offers a free 30-day visa on arrival to everyone, which can be extended to a period of 90 days on providing valid proof of sufficient funds and a travel document.

Importing alcohol, pork or pornography (very broadly defined) into the Maldives is forbidden and all luggage is X-rayed on arrival. On the way out, note that exporting sand, seashells or coral is also forbidden.

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