Cycling enthusiasts who don’t have much time on hand can rejoice at the prospect of a short bike tour in Malé – the capital city of The Maldives. Experience island life in an offbeat style on a 2 hour Malé bike tour with guide.
Who can Take the 2 Hour Malé Bike Tour?
Biking is loved by people of all ages. However, a basic level of fitness and a general sense of ease with cycles are recommended for those who wish to participate in Maldives bike tours.
The fact that this cycling tour is operated right in Malé is reassuring to travellers who have a flight to catch in a few hours and would like to stay close to the Malé International Airport. If you have a standard checkout from your Maldives water villa and have some time to kill before boarding your evening flight back home, this tour is perfect for you!
This 2 hour Malé bike tour offers a convenient pickup from the Maldives International Airport. So, there is no need to figure out how you’ll get to the starting point if you have just landed and want a head start on your vacation.
2 Hour Malé Bike Tour Fee
This guided bike tour in Malé – the world’s smallest capital is conducted on a private basis. However, you can also request to join a group tour if you are looking for things to do in Maldives along (solo) but would like some friendly company.
The 2 hour Malé bike tour with guide is priced at USD 34 per person. When you book your tour, you can also mention if you would like a pickup service from the airport or any location in Malé City.
2 Hour Malé Bike Tour Experience
There are very few Maldives tour packages that offer bike tours in this tropical paradise. Regardless, this two-hour bike tour in Malé will give you a comprehensive overview of the city. The entire experience will comprise the following.
If you are coming from the Velana International Airport, you can request an airport pickup. If you are already staying in one of the city hotels or resorts in The Maldives, you may also ask to picked up from Malé city itself.
Your driver will be conversant in English. Please note that a ferry transfer from any other island (private or public) is not offered. However, you can check the ferry timings and arrive in Malé by yourself or with the assistance of the staff at the private Maldives water bungalows.
Briefing and Bike Assignment
When you reach Malé city, one of the most populated public islands in The Maldives, you will meet your guide, who is well versed in English.
You will undergo a short briefing session regarding the usage of the cycles, the route to be taken, guidelines to be followed when interacting with the locals and other safety measures.
The best thing about this bike tour is that you do not have to bring your own bike. The bike rental is included in the tour price. You will also receive a helmet to make this a safe experience for you.
Bike Tour of Malé
One of the most fun activities to do in Maldives, you will start your 2 hour Malé bike tour and pedal around all the highlights of this city. You will pass by a total of 18 locations.
You will see the National Museum, which offers invaluable insights into Maldives’ history and culture through its numerous exhibits. You will also get a glimpse of the Presidential Office and Palace.
The Maldives is located in the middle of the Indian Ocean, and was a victim to the devastating tsunami of 2004. You will have a photo stop at the Tsunami Monument, which commemorates the loss of lives from that unfortunate event. You will have panoramic views of the sea from the Port of Malé as well.
After the exhilarating bike tour, you will be dropped off to the location which you decide in advance. This can either be the airport or one of the hotels in Maldives, if on the same island. It is not required to understand Dhivehi – local language of The Maldives, as you will have an English-speaking driver.
To book activities in Maldives, reach out to us at Samudra Maldives so you can relax on your holiday and not be bothered with the logistics. Along with the 2 hour Malé bike tour, there are plenty of other exploration ideas to enjoy this island nation.