Maldives is a larger than life destination loved for its white sandy beaches, luxurious resorts, exciting water sport activities, flawless natural beauty, and rejuvenating spa sessions. The ageless beauty with its picturesque aura is a top most destination for couples looking for a great honeymoon options. Maldives honeymoon packages from India for couples offer a great vacation to honeymooners looking for a great time on their romantic escape.
Top things to do on your Maldives Trip
Watch the colorful sea-life together
Maldives has a whole lot of options when it comes to thrilling under water sports. Blessed with the most diverse underwater beauty, Maldives is a great option to enjoy a thrilling day out on your honeymoon. The coral reefs, rich marine life of the underwater world, will surely amaze you.
Enjoy Island Hopping
Home to more than 1,192 coral islands, Maldives makes one of the best destinations where you can wake up on a different island each day of your romantic tour in Maldives. Experience the timeless beauty of the lovely islands and catch a glimpse of everything has to offer with honeymoon package for Maldives from Mumbai. Be spontaneous and opt for Island hopping in Maldives.
Visit the glowing beach
One of the most amazing features of the island, the Vadhoo Island is a must for couples travelling with cheap Maldives Packages from India. The magical glowing beach is a beguiling site you must visit especially with your better half, creating moments worth a lifetime.
Sail across the country
Add some zing to your Maldives package and head out for a thrilling day aboard the cruises, making your way through the most scenic vistas of Maldives. Sail across the inhabited islands, pristine secluded beaches, and the picturesque backdrop with your better half during your sightseeing tour.
Explore Malé with Budget Maldives Packages from India
Male is an ultimate destination and a must see for couples looking for some great sightseeing options in Maldives. Filled to the brim with great points of interest Male is here to sweep you off your feet. Here you can visit the most historic attractions, appreciate the modern architecture of Maldives, spend some quality time together with a stroll down the lane, and bag in some great souvenirs for your near & dear ones. Some of the must see attraction at Male are Maldives National Museum, Grand Friday Mosque, Maldives Fish Market and The Esjehi Art Gallery.
Maldives honeymoon packages from India are offered from major cities of India including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Goa, Kerala, Cochin, Thiruvananthapuram/Trivandrum, Ahmedabad, Pune, Nagpur, Jaipur, and Chandigarh.
1.Do Indians need a visa for the Maldives?
You would not be asked for the visa to travel to the Maldives. The Maldives offers visa on arrival to Indians to explore the gorgeous Maldives for 90 days. It can be extended on request. Be prepared to show some documentation while asking for the visa on arrival on Maldives airport.
2. Is the Maldives good for honeymoon?
Absolutely, Maldives is indeed one of the finest honeymoon destinations in the world. It has sun-kissed beaches, cobalt blue waters, private island resorts. Everything that could lure couple is all inclusive in a paradise island like the Maldives.
3. How much does it cost for a honeymoon in the Maldives?
However, no doubt that the Maldives is a slightly expensive destination for honeymoon vacations. But as you know, beauty has a price. Laden with so myriad of natural beauty, the cost of honeymooning in the Maldives entirely depends on the number of days you are going to spend in the Maldives. However, the cost of romancing in the Maldives for 4 days in 3 nights is around 51,000 INR Per person.
The price may subject to change depending on the resorts you select, whether your flight tickets are included or not.
4. How can I get Maldives visa from India?
You don’t need a visa for travelling to the Maldives. The Maldives offer visa on arrival to Indians for minimum 90 days. However, it can be extended, and you need to showcase identification documentation for taking visa from Maldives airport.
5. Does Indian currency work in the Maldives?
A Big NO! Carry the USD or Rufiyaa (local Maldives currency) payment with you! Though you can exchange Indian currency into Maldives Rufiyaa or USD, there is a very limited number of currency exchange shops. Most of them do not exchange Indian currency into Rufiyaa.
It is best to keep your wallet occupied with Rufiyaa (local Maldives currency) right from your starting point - India so that you won’t face any trouble at Maldivian resorts and restaurants.
6. Is Bali better than the Maldives?
It would be not fair if to compare the Maldives with Bali. Both of the destinations have their own appeal. Both have secluded beaches, romantic resorts that are destination themselves and both are the paradise island. But to give you the clear glimpse of Maldives, yes, Maldives has more white sand beaches, clean waters that are synonymous with cobalt blue or inky blue colours. The resorts in the Maldives are somehow more lavish, luxurious that resorts in the Maldives. It is because the Maldives is pretty expensive than Bali.
7. Is the Maldives better or Mauritius?
If you ask us, we would YES! The Maldives is far better than Mauritius. It has more secluded white sand beaches. The Maldives is a destination to have some of the best relaxed days in the pristine blue waters. However, Maldives does not have so many places to visit and cultural experiences to tick. Mauritius is far wonderful in terms of culture than the Maldives.
8. Why is the Maldives famous for honeymoon?
Out of many reasons, resorts in the Maldives correctly personifies why the Maldives is best for honeymoon. There are private island resorts and even private beaches to laze around. Tourists can have their best days of life while enjoying the majestic view of the Indian Ocean from their bathtub or room window. Such is the charm of Maldives.
9. Can we go to the Maldives without an Indian passport?
Your question should be “can we go to the Maldives without Visa. Because to visit any destination throughout the world, a passport is a must carrying thing. Else, you would not be allowed to even sit on an international flight.
10. Does the visa required for the Maldives?
No, if you are an Indian citizen, you don’t have to worry about visa to visit the Maldives. You will get your visa from the Maldives international airport after your identification documentation is verified.
11. How much is visa fee for the Maldives?
No visa fee is required as you will get your visa from the Maldives International Airport. But do carry documentation like passport, and flight tickets with you.
12. How many days are sufficient in the Maldives?
This all depends on your experiences you want to tick on your Maldives honeymoon package from Mumbai. Most of the Maldives is occupied with inky blue waters and options are many to laze around like snorkeling, parasailing, jet skiing, Dhoni Cruise and more. So, it would be not correct if we mention a number of sufficient days in the Maldives. But to be on the fair side, expect to spend 4 to 6 days in the Maldives to get the most of relaxation in the Maldives.
13. Which is the best Maldives island for honeymoon?
With many gorgeous beautiful islands in the Maldives, Fihalhohi Island is a must visit for honeymoon vacations. This island is lined with best overwater resorts in the Maldives for a secluded vacation.
14. What is the Maldives known for?
The Maldives is known for its amazing coral reefs, romantic resorts that are destination themselves, thrilling watersport activities like snorkeling, jet skiing, boat cruise and more.
15. What should I wear for a honeymoon in the Maldives?
From jeans to Roxy bold shorts to polarized sunglasses and packable hats, wear the outfit that best suits your adventure style. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes when you are swimming, to snorkel, kayaking. You can't wear jeans at that time. So, select a smart wardrobe fashion.
16. Which is the best time to visit the Maldives?
If you want handsome deals on Maldives honeymoon packages from Mumbai, and you are super interested in indulging yourself in the watersport activities, hit the Maldives from May to October. You will find plenty of affordable resorts offering hunting deals.
17. Is the Maldives worth visiting?
Everything about the Maldives is worth admiring. From sugar sand white beaches to cobalt and inky blue waters to heartwarming hospitality to blissful spa seasons, Yes! The Maldives is worth a visit on a honeymoon.
18. Is the Maldives cheaper than India?
The Maldives is a sexy honeymoon destination as it has plenty of white sand beaches, lavish romantic resorts, and most of the Maldives is blanketed with cobalt blue waters, that makes it one of the lavish honeymoon destination. And exotic, and lavish has a certain amount of price.
19. Is Seychelles better than the Maldives?
In terms of beaches, Spa’s, Watersports, Maldives is far ahead than Seychelles. But Seychelles offer more opportunities to tourists to go beyond beaches watersports and give tourists the full exposure to explore hiking trails, sample raw, delicious food, local villages, and natural reserves.
20. Is Mauritius a good place for a honeymoon?
21. What can I buy in the Maldives?
From intricate handicrafts to perfumes to seashell items, you won’t get enough of shopping when you are in the Maldives.
22. What are the documents required for the Maldives tourist visa?
You should have a valid passport that at least has 6 months validity.
23. Which Maldives resort is best?
With many resorts in the Maldives, it would be unfair to justify which specific Maldives resort is best. Click here to read the best resorts in the Maldives.
24. What is famous in Maldives?
Beaches, Resorts, Watersport activites, spa seasions, boat cruise, local food are famous in Madives.
25. Is the Maldives a visa-free country?
Yes, Maldives is a visa-free country for Indians. But the Maldives do not offer visa on arrival to all the countries citizens. Update your knowledge if you are not from India and planning to visit the Maldives for the holidays.