When your flight hovers over that glimmering group of tiny islands in the Indian Ocean, you begin to understand how magical The Maldives truly is. This beach destination may well be the first choice of honeymooners, but it is just as exciting for solo travellers and families. Waters so clear that you can see the seafloor and sands so soft that you don’t mind lying down – these are some of the few things that make this Asian archipelago irresistible. A trip to this country can be best experienced through a Maldives Tour Package 5 Days & 4 Nights, if not longer.
All-inclusive Maldives 5 Days & 4 Nights Packages
The Maldives is situated in a mesmerising natural setting of the Indian ocean, with stunning views and refreshing atmosphere. Armed with 4 nights and 5 days, you can see the best of almost everything that The Maldives has to offer. From resort islands to public shores, culinary tours to water sport activities, you will have enough time to experience this Asian country in its entirety.
The best season to visit Maldives is between December to April when the weather is perfect for swimming, diving, and exploring the islands. Our 4 Nights & 5 Days tour packages offer airport transfers from one of the Maldives International Airports close to your accommodation on a speedboat or a seaplane. Once at your chosen private island resort or public island hotel, you will be welcomed by your villa host or a concierge staff and served a welcome drink (non-alcoholic) along with a cold towel.
For a 4-night stay, you have a lot of flexibility to play with your budget as you can split your days between a beach villa and a water villa. Since overwater villas in the Maldives are considerably more expensive than garden villas or beach villas, your nights in such a room will increase the cost.
Along with the accommodation, our packages give you the liberty to decide on your meals as well. Choose from full-board, half-board and breakfast-only packages if you are a teetotaller. If you would prefer a tipple on all days of your vacation, book an all-inclusive 5 day package for limited drinks options. If you wish to go all out, the 4 nights all-inclusive plus package will give you access to various hard drinks and unlimited bar snacks.
You can also book some add-ons with your package if you wish to indulge in spa therapies, cruise in dhonis – traditional Maldivian wooden boats, call for bespoke in-room dining arrangements with a private butler, and so on.
Add-on options are also available for water sport activities such as scuba diving tours, snorkelling lessons, 60-minute self-guided kayaking, surfing or kiteboarding. Additionally, access to the resort’s sports facilities is always there.
Why Book with Samudra Maldives?
When you entrust your vacation planning to Samudra Maldives, you give yourself the freedom from calling up vendors, following up with confirmations and negotiating on discounts. From your arrival at the Velana International Airport in Malé to your departure, your entire holiday remains hassle-free.
Booking with us also gives you the perks of enjoying complimentary activities to do in Maldives, enjoying spa sessions and even getting free upgrades on your selected room categories! Discover tours such as skydiving, environment conservation and culinary exposure, that are unique and never to be found on the lists of other providers.
Resort & Hotel Options with Our Maldives 5 Days & 4 Nights Tour Packages
For the Maldives 5 Days & 4 Nights Tour Packages, some of the most premium resorts are the best suited for their abundance of leisure pursuit options. You can expect to stay at the below listed properties or similar.
The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort
Located in Dhaalu Atoll, this Marriott resort can be reached only via a seaplane or a luxury yacht. This whale-themed property boasts of 6 restaurants and water skiing facility, among other activities on its private lagoon.
Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma Maldives
This family-friendly resort lets kids stay and eat for free. Their tastefully done rooms and suites are quite affordable as compared to other resorts. Apart from regular swimming pools, this property has an outdoor whirlpool as well.
One&Only Reethi Rah
This elegant resort is known for its Ayurvedic therapies, bike routes that lead to coves, themed nights at the restaurants that serve various cuisines, and water activities. Your stay offers you direct access to the beach or the shallow house reef. You can also opt for special treats such as a movie on a sandbank under the open sky.
Popular Sightseeing Places to Visit on your Maldives 5 Days & 4 Nights Tour Packages
Whether you wish to see the popular tourist attractions in Malé or are willing to go far to discover the treasures below the water surface, The Maldives has much to enthral you with:
Medhu Ziyaaraiy Shrine
Located in Malé – one of the world’s smallest capitals, this shrine is essentially the tomb of Maulana Al-Hafiz Abul Barakaath Yoosuf Al-Barbari. He was a 12th century Muslim preacher from Morocco and had a huge role to play in Maldives’ history and culture. This white central tomb was erected to recognize the contribution of Abul Barakaath in converting the country into Islam.
Home to Diamonds Athuruga Maldives Resort and Spa, this private island is located in South Ari Atoll. Just a 20-minute seaplane flight away from Malé – the capital city of The Maldives, Athuruga Island nurtures one of the glowing beaches in The Maldives. Also known as bioluminescence, the shimmering sands on the shores here emit orange, green or blue colours at night when the activity of phytoplanktons is prominent.
Part of Vaavu Atoll, this place is the site of an Indonesian ship that sank close to Keyodhoo Island. If you are an experienced freediver, this is one of the highly recommended underwater shipwrecks in Maldives. The shallow lagoon offers a nice view of the mast over the water surface. To reach the captain’s cabin, you can grab hold of the bicycle fastened to the hull of the ship.
An offbeat spot in Baa Atoll, Dharavandhoo Corner is a good area to see manta rays in Maldives. Part of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, this diving spot close to Hanifary Bay is a cleaning station where mantas come in hordes to be preened by sea wrasses.
Activities & Things to Do on your Maldives 5 Days & 4 Nights Tour Packages
The Maldives presents a wide range of activities that you can participate in, and 5 days are a good amount of time to get a flavour of most of them. Snorkelling and scuba diving happen to be the most popular things to do in Maldives with Family and tours are plenty.
For something unique, you may partake in a sustainability campaign organised by some private island resorts and public islands as well. You will be able to plant coral and help the growth of reefs naturally, aiding to prevent the death of reefs due to over-tourism.
Among other water based activities to do in Maldives are knee boarding, surfing, banana boats, flyboarding, underwater scooters, kiteboarding, parasailing, mono skiing, glass-bottom boats, jet skiing, kayaking, surfing, paddle boarding, wakeboarding, seabed walking and fun tubes.
This archipelago may not have much of a nightlife in the typical sense, but you can spend your nights here doing unusual things. Floating bars in Maldives are a great way to grab some alcohol if you are staying on local islands, which are dry. Night fishing is another activity worth a shot, as is the search for bioluminescent beaches. If your resort is close to the capital, check our curated list of the best things to do in Malé City.
When the sun is up, a cruise in dhonis – traditional Maldivian wooden boats are a lot of fun. Specially curated picnics on sandbanks are a great way to soak in some afternoon sun. You can also watch a bodu beru dance performance on the beach if your resort has such a program.
Shopaholics will find their best bargains on public islands. Choose from ethnic articles made of coconut coir and shell, bags made of natural fabrics and kaftans with assorted prints. Majeedhee Magu is an interesting shopping street in Malé if you are looking for traditional headgear or libaas.
There are very limited special cruises to The Maldives that are scheduled once every few years. This is why the sea route is not much of an option. Flights are the best mode of transportation and also the quickest. International airports are present in the capital and a handful of other public islands.
After you land, you are eligible for a visa on arrival, irrespective of your nationality. This visa is issued for 30 days and is free of cost. After you exit the airport, your destination island’s distance from the airport determines whether you need a domestic flight, a seaplane or a speedboat to travel further.
The Maldives Tour Package 5 Days & 4 Nights is your best bet when it comes to exploring this holiday favourite. At Samudra Maldives, we have unlimited options on luxury resorts and budget hotels to accommodate your desires. In the case of activities as well, our network of tour suppliers ensures that you see and do something that not everyone has a chance to experience. The icing on the cake is the special add-ons that you can choose such as floating breakfasts, family spa, treetop dates and sandbank picnics.