Perhaps the first choice of honeymooners, The Maldives is much more than a love destination. Gifted with abundant ocean views, the country is a group of public and private islands dusted to perfection with white sands. Celebrated for its opulent beach villas and overwater residences, this holiday haunt offers a plethora of water based activities to indulge in. This vacation spot caters to varied budgets and its uniform and hassle-free visa-on-arrival policy are prime reasons for the tourist surge. From Maldives Tour Package 3 Days & 2 Nights to liveaboard extravaganzas, you will never run out of holidaying options in this paradise!
Maldives 3 Days & 2 Nights Packages – Overview
With 3 days to spend in this Asian archipelago, you have sufficient time to experience the highpoints of The Maldives. The 3 days and 2 nights packages are curated to give you a glimpse of the quintessential Maldivian beach-life while also leaving you the option to discover the blatant luxury of its private island resorts.
The packages are inclusive of the transportation from the Maldives International Airport to the selected accommodation and back. While public speedboat transfers are included, private charters or seaplanes are charged additionally. Please note that your arrival flight into The Maldives and departure flight back to your country will have to be booked by you.
The Maldives 3 Days & 2 Nights Packages offer stays at both public and private islands. For public islands, a sea-facing hotel is offered while private island packages give you the liberty to choose from overwater villas and beach villas.
Boarding plans are designed to give you the liberty to choose whether you wish to have all your meals at the common buffet restaurant or opt for half-board so you can dine at a different establishment for one of your meals each day. If you are not an early riser, you may also choose to skip the breakfast package.
If you wish to upgrade your package to include a wellness treatment, you can opt for a 60-minute private Jacuzzi, a full-body massage with herbal tea or a yoga session with an expert. Other bespoke add-ons include a floating breakfast – only if you have chosen a villa with a private pool, sandbank picnic and room décor for birthdays, anniversaries, etc.
Each of our Maldives 3 Days & 2 Nights Packages includes one complimentary water activity. To avail this, you may contact the dive centre associated with your chosen resort and prearrange your time and water sport of choice. An hour of kayaking or snorkelling or even scuba diving is generally offered.
Why Book with Samudra Maldives?
At Samudra Maldives, we believe in crafting experiences, not just vacations. This is why we take time to understand your needs and expectations before curating a holiday for you. Everything on the itinerary, from the resorts to the activities to do in Maldives, is planned keeping your needs in mind.
From the moment you step out of the Velana International Airport, you will find that your memories have already begun to create themselves. Book with us to discover the underwater treasures of the Indian Ocean, luxuriate in posh retreats and explore The Maldives like never before!
Resort & Hotel Options with Our Maldives 3 Days & 2 Nights Tour Packages
When you book our Maldives 3 Days & 2 Nights Tour Packages, you get to stay at stunning resorts and hotels, some of which are listed below.
Not far from Malé – the world’s smallest capital, Kurumba happens to be the first private island resort in the country. Choose from beach bungalows and villas with private swimming pools when you stay at this heritage property.
The Somerset Hotel
The 4-star hotel is located in Malé – the capital city of The Maldives. The tasteful rooms are complemented by the international dishes offered at the restaurant at The Somerset Hotel. Most stores and cafés are just a walk away.
Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa
A speedboat ride away from the Malé International Airport, this decadent resort invites you to sunset villas and Jacuzzi tubs on your private overwater deck. Centara Ras Fushi is an adults-only destination – perfect for couples.
Meeru Island Resort & Spa
Located on Meerufenfushi Island, this resort is ideal for families with children as there are gardens, pools and even a museum dedicated to kids. Sporty holidayers will be able to enjoy golfing, tennis and various other sports here.
Popular Sightseeing Places to Visit on your Maldives 3 Days & 2 Nights Tour Packages
When you have 3 days to spare, you can choose from different types of sightseeing options in The Maldives. While some travellers are only interested in deep sea diving, some prefer to understand the local history. For many others, the priority is photogenic spots for their social media pages. Take your pick from some such locations:
Dating back to 1952, this museum is located inside the Sultan Park. Browse through handwritten engravings from the Quran, regal thrones, royal costumes, antique furniture and other articles that represent Maldives’ history and culture. The 3-storey building is open from 10 AM to 4 PM from Saturday to Thursday.
Kuda Giri Wreck
If you are visiting between December and May, Kuda Giri is an excellent choice for exploring shipwrecks in Maldives. The dive site is suitable for beginners and requires going down to a depth of 18 metres to reach the sunken ship’s trawler.
The stern sits at the seafloor, at a depth of 30 metres, and is home to jackfish, glassfish and batfish. The artificial reef formed by this shipwreck near Dhigu Island displays a lot of turtles, corals, octopuses, shrimps and eels as well.
Located in Baa Atoll, Hanifaru Bay is famous for sighting manta rays in Maldives. The UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve offers divers the chance to watch about 400 mantas filter feeding for 2 to 4 hours at once! You can only snorkel here as scuba diving is not permitted.
Located in Raa Atoll, this public island is popular for its ‘Sea of the Stars’ display of bioluminescence in Maldives. The island of Vaadhoo glows in the dark due to the presence of light-emitting planktons along the shoreline.
Activities & Things to Do on your Maldives 3 Days & 2 Nights Tour Packages
While there is much to do at this beach destination, if you are only going to stay for 3 days, you will need to decide what really matters to you. You can join one of Maldives’ full day tours to make the most of your time.
If you are interested in the capital, spare a thought for walking tours or bike tours that will take you around Malé’s top sights that include mosques, museums, gardens, marketplaces and beaches. You can also watch the sunset sailing in one of the dhonis – traditional Maldivian wooden boats.
If you would much rather explore the high seas, hop on Maldives’ diving tours for the chance to discover different diving spots and underwater creatures such as pelagic fishes, hard and soft corals, sharks and sponges. If you are fond of cetaceans, you can even go on a cruise to see dolphins and whales.
For active water sport lovers, flyboarding, jet skiing, fun tubes, paddle boarding, kayaking, mono skiing, banana boats, knee boarding, parasailing, kite surfing, glass-bottom boats, seabed walking, underwater scooters, wakeboarding and surfing are a few options.
The Maldives is a great place to try snorkelling as the reefs are generally shallow close to the shores of any island that you will stay on. For scuba diving, a tour is required as you must sail deeper in the ocean to gain a sufficient depth.
Shopaholics should head to the local markets in the capital city. While freshly caught fish and other seafood are not options that can be carried away to your home country, you can always take back a can of dried and cured skipjack tuna – a staple in Maldivian cuisine.
Canned fish may not be the typical souvenir you might have in mind, but it is certainly a unique and useful one, especially if you wish to replicate the local dishes of The Maldives.
How to Reach Maldives?
Maldives is located in the Indian Ocean, to the south west of India and Sri Lanka. Flights are the best mode of transportation to arrive in The Maldives. The main international airport is located on the island of Hulhulé. If you have a connecting domestic flight to another Maldivian island, you will be able to wait at the domestic lounge.
While the international terminal also has a paid lounge, if you are staying with certain high-end resorts, they will have their dedicated waiting cabins to seat you until your onward speed boat arrives. For seaplane transfers to your private island resort, you will need to proceed to the seaplane terminal on the island.
With the Maldives Tour Package 3 Days & 2 Nights, you will rejoice under the Maldivian sun without having to worry about the logistics. Contact Samudra Maldives to block your dates and design your vacation just the way you have dreamed of it.