The Maldives is perhaps best known through its aerial images of the vast ocean speckled with tiny islands. This group of 1,200 islands is more than its powdery white sand beaches and glittering shores. Favourite with celebrities the world over, the private islands of this archipelago house luxurious resorts that even put grand palaces to shame. You can be from any nation to avail a visa on arrival here. Choose from Maldives Tour Package 4 Days & 3 Nights, spa vacations, honeymoon getaways and diving holidays, among several others to explore this country that never goes out of fashion.
Maldives 4 Days & 3 Nights Packages – Overview
3 nights and 4 days offer a decent amount of time to discover this Asian destination on a reasonable budget. You also have the luxury of time to mix things up a bit and stay at two accommodation categories at the same resort.
All of the 4 days and 3 nights packages include a pickup service from the Velana International Airport. You will find a dedicated member of our staff or someone from your selected hotel waiting to help you get on a speedboat to your private island.
Even though private islands are recommended for a 3-night getaway, if you are on a tight budget, the tour can be customized to keep you on a public island such as Malé – the capital city of The Maldives, the artificial island of Hulhumalé or Maafushi – the pioneer in guesthouse tourism in this country.
If your chosen resort is too far from the Maldives International Airport, you might need to catch a connecting domestic flight by yourself. In case of a seaplane transfer, a member of the staff from the resort will guide you.
With the Maldives 4 Days & 3 Nights Packages, you can spend all 3 nights at a beach villa (the most affordable option), upgrade to a water villa for 1 night or splurge your money on a water villa for all the 3 nights.
Along with lodging options, you will also be able to choose your boarding options. Without any meal package, you will see yourself paying for breakfasts, lunches, dinners and any snacks or drinks in between. You can choose from breakfast-only, half board (breakfast plus lunch or dinner), full board (all three meals), all inclusive (full board plus select drinks and bar snacks) and all inclusive plus (full board plus unlimited drinks and dining at any of the resort’s restaurants).
Why Book with Samudra Maldives?
If you wish to enjoy your holiday without the burden of planning the itinerary, making the reservations and following up constantly, book with Samudra Maldives. We are committed to making your vacation memorable with our personal touch and expert recommendations.
You will never have to worry about missing out on the best activities to do in Maldives, skimping on island surprises or bespoke experiences slipping out of your mind. Trust us to get to know your preferences before providing your wish options that are relevant to your taste.
Resort & Hotel Options with Our Maldives 4 Days & 3 Nights Tour Packages
There are plenty of accommodation choices with the Maldives 4 Days & 3 Nights Tour Packages. The hotels or resorts are of similar category and quality as listed hereunder.
Arena Beach Hotel
Located on the inhabited island of Maafushi, this beachfront hotel is a 4-star property with a rooftop swimming pool. Pick a room with a large balcony on one of the upper floors with a sea view for full feels of a Maldivian vacation.
Ozen Life Maadhoo
Sitting on the private island of Madhoo, this 5-star resort offers 94 opulent villas to choose from. Apart from the thrill of living in a pool pavilion, you can also try dining at their exclusive underwater restaurant.
Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi
One of the finest offerings of the Hilton group, this exquisite resort on Ithaafushi Island offers a tropical vibe. Aside from beach and overwater villas, you will also find reef villas here. Intimate dining experiences include an elevated bamboo cage setup, among others.
EM Beach Maldives
On the local island of Himmafushi, this 4-star hotel offers complimentary buffet breakfasts and access to the public beach. Ranking high on affordability, EM Beach Maldives also provides a round-trip shuttle service to the Malé International Airport.
Popular Sightseeing Places to Visit on your Maldives 4 Days & 3 Nights Tour Packages
From unravelling Maldives’ history and culture to exploring the underwater world, there are numerous sights around this country that will put your 4 precious days to good use. Take a look at some of our recommendations:
Grand Friday Mosque
The largest mosque in The Maldives, this Islamic shrine in Malé – the world’s smallest capital is also called Masjid Al-Sultan Muhammad Thakurufaanu Al-Auzam. As a tourist, you may enter this mosque on all days between 9 AM and 5 PM when the religious prayers are not on. The ceiling boasts of chandeliers while a golden dome and minaret embellish the exteriors.
Located in Lhaviyani Atoll, this private island is known for its bioluminescence. One of few glowing beaches in The Maldives, the secret to the gleaming sands of this island’s shores is the phytoplanktons that accumulate on the beach due the sea waves that bring them over.
If you are keen to see underwater shipwrecks in Maldives, The Shipyard should not be missed. This is the site of two shipwrecks, one of which stands perpendicular to the other. The wreckage is more than 40 years old and a site for finding antheas, stingrays, grey reef sharks, corals, batfish, pelagic fish, nurse sharks, angelfish and sponges. The algae covered shipwrecks are fantastic for underwater photo shoots.
For those looking to spot manta rays in Maldives, this underwater pinnacle is a must-visit dive site in the UNESCO-listed Baa Atoll. You will find the tip of this pinnacle at just 8 metres underwater. The region is accessed by a narrow swim-through lined by a black coral. Aside from mantas, you will be able to see parrotfish, starry rabbitfish, black pyramid butterflyfish, redtoothed triggers and angelfish here.
Activities & Things to Do on your Maldives 4 Days & 3 Nights Tour Packages
With 4 days at your disposal, there is a lot that you can do in The Maldives. If you are a fan of angling, go on a fishing tour to catch the popular skipjack tuna or pose with some trophy fish after patiently holding your fishing line.
For a dash of romance, include an evening sunset cruise in one of the dhonis – traditional Maldivian wooden boats. Along with the gorgeous island sunset, you will also have the chance to look at dolphins that travel in pods around this time.
Foodies should certainly give Maldives’ local food tour a chance to whet their appetites. Some elaborate 4-hour long experiences involve shopping for indigenous ingredients from the local market, chopping vegetables along with the chef or Maldivian host, preparing the curries and roshis (flat breads) before tucking into the meal.
One cannot ignore water sport activities when speaking of things to do in Maldives. Experiment with surfing, flyboarding, underwater scooters, jet skiing, wakeboarding, fun tubes, seabed walking, paddle boarding, glass-bottom boats, kayaking, kite surfing, mono skiing, parasailing, banana boats and knee boarding.
No matter where you stay, almost every resort offers a house reef full of corals that can be enjoyed through snorkeling. While diving gears are often provided by the tour providers, it is recommended to carry your own snorkel to avoid the hassle of renting.
Shopping in The Maldives is an experience unlike elsewhere. Do not expect fancy multi-storey malls. If it is small souvenirs and knick knacks that you are after, the local stores at most public islands are quite reasonable with their pricing when compared to their private island counterparts.
Apart from key chains, tees and fridge magnets, you can get your most memorable moments in the country captured by a professional photographer and printed on a bamboo photo frame, mug or pillowcase.
How to Reach Maldives?
Reaching The Maldives is a breeze, thanks to its multiple international airports on the islands of Hulhulé, Gan, Maafaru and Hanimaadhoo, respectively. You might either have a direct flight or a layover with a connecting domestic flight operated by Maldivian, Manta Air or FlyMe. Occasionally, cruises operate to the international port in Malé.
After you have reached the airport, you will still need to catch a mode of transportation to reach your private or public island. Seaplanes, large ferry boats and speedboats are mostly employed for such airport transfers. While public ferries are the cheapest, seaplanes tend to be the most expensive.
Book one of our Maldives Tour Package 4 Days & 3 Nights to holiday like a movie star. With state-of-the-art room décor and villa host services, your time in this paradise is sure to remain with you forever. Reach out to Samudra Maldives to plan your island holiday with destination dinners, personalized activities and relaxing therapies included.