Unlike the online travel agents (OTAs), we customize holiday packages based on your interests and preferences. Our travel specialists have traveled to the resorts we recommend to our clients, to ensure they maintain our standards and to provide you with a first-hand insight. Being a travel agent, we are also able to offer better rates than the Online Travel Agents.
Furthermore we make the necessary arrangements for your transportation from the airport to your final destination, meal plans and any other services that you might want to book.
Some of the online travel agents do not include the fees and taxes to make their offers more attractive and many clients end up paying hidden charges at the resort. Our quotations are inclusive of all the fees and taxes and there are no hidden charges. Our goal is to ensure that you have nothing to worry about when you arrive to Maldives.
We have a secure online payment gateway and accept all the major credit cards; American Express, VISA & Master Card. We also accept bank transfers (for bookings with a lead time of at least 7 working days).
Transportation in Maldives is something that you must consider before you book your holidays. The Maldives is one of the world's most geographically dispersed countries and each resort is located on a separate island. The resorts arrange transportation by Speedboat, Domestic Flight or Seaplane.Speedboat
The resorts closer to the airport (Ibrahim Nasir International Airport) usually arranges transportation by speedboat. Most of these resorts arrange transfers based on international Arrival and Departure flight timings and few resorts have a fixed transfer schedule.Seaplane
If you are travelling to resorts and islands far from the International Airport, they are likely to arrange transfers by seaplane. The seaplanes in Maldives operate only during day light hours (usually between 0600 – 1530 hours). If your arrival flight arrives in the evening it is advised to book a transit hotel nearby for the night and catch a seaplane the next day morning.
The seaplane schedule is prepared based on the international arrival and departure flights and is confirmed only one day prior to the date. In such cases, the resorts will inform your seaplane check-in time to your transit hotel. The usual waiting time (between check-in and take off) is 45 – 90 minutes.Domestic Flight
If you are traveling to any of the following atolls it is likely that your resort will arrange transfers by domestic flight. Scheduled flights to these airports operate throughout the day and the resorts will pick you up from the domestic airport by speedboat.
|Dharavandhoo||Baa Atoll||Dharavandhoo Airport|
|Fuvahmulah||Gnaviyani Atoll||Fuvahmulah Airport|
|Ifuru||Raa Atoll||Ifuru Airport|
|Kaadedhdhoo||Gaafu Dhaalu||Kaadedhdhoo Airport|
|Kadhdhoo||Laamu Atoll||Kadhdhoo Airport|
|Kooddoo||Gaafu Alifu Atoll||Kooddoo Airport|
|Thimarafushi||Thaa Atoll||Thimarafushi Airport|
|Maamingili||Alifu Dhaalu Atoll||Villa International Airport|
|Gan||Addu City||Gan International Airport|
|Hanimaadhoo||Haa Dhaalu Atoll||Hanimaadhoo International Airport|
We recommend our clients to stay at a hotel in Hulhumalé which is an island located adjacent to the airport. Public transportation is available (by bus) to travel between the islands. It costs USD2 per person and takes about 5 minutes.
There are several small hotels and guesthouses in Hulhumale' and they are very affordable. Hulhumalé has many of the same facilities that the resorts in Maldives are acclaimed for including a white sandy beach, water sports & spa.
Our airport representatives will meet you upon your arrival on the arrival hall and they will escort you to the speedboat or seaplane/domestic terminals. Just in case you cannot locate our representative, please proceed to our information desk at counter #32 (located in the arrival hall).
The Maldives provides warm, tropical weather all year round and its monsoon climate displays very little change despite the fact that there are two very distinct seasons; Hulhangu and Iruvai.
The Hulhangu Monsoon (wet season) is considered as the period from May to November with frequent rain showers that generally last for few minutes. It is extremely likely visitors will experience long hours of bright sunshine despite the rain.
The Iruvai Monsoon (dry season) begins at the end of November or beginning of December and runs throughout April providing the most sun. The Maldives experiences an influx of visitors especially from Europe during this season. With that being said, please note that you might experience slight rain showers once or twice a month however it is minimal compared to the Hulhangu Monsoon.
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