Unforgettable Maldives Holidays

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While a trip to Maldives is a breath taking experience on its own, these great offers will drop your jaw for sure. So, hurry up and book your dream vacation today!


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Anantara Dhigu

Includes Complimentary Dinner

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I take with me to the Maldives?

A bottle of your favorite sun screen and a pair of sunglasses. Take the prescription medicines you need and Photocopies of your personal travel insurance policy, air tickets and passport details. If you plan to take part in a spot of scuba diving, make sure your insurance policy covers it.

Can I drink Alcohol in Maldives?

Yes, you can, but only in resorts. The Maldives is a Muslim country and there are strict rules about the purchase and consumption of alcohol there. You can’t take any of your pre-purchased duty-free alcohol into the country with you, so be careful about when you buy it!

What’s the geography like in Maldives?

The Maldives is made up of more than 1000 coral islands, 80% of which rise less than 1 metre above sea level. Only 200 Maldivian islands are inhabited, and nearly 100 of these have been developed as luxury tourist resorts. Just 4% of the Maldives is above water.

What is the widest spoken Language in Maldives?

The country’s official national language is Dhivehi. If you’re not a native Dhivehi speaker, don’t fear—English is widely spoken! Many resorts have guest service representatives fluent in multiple languages like Italian, Spanish, French, German, Japanese and Chinese.

What is the currency of Maldives?

The Maldivian Rufiyaa is the national currency; however US Dollars are used in all resorts whereas Euros are also accepted in many resorts.

Can I use my credit card in the Maldives?

Of course. Most cards such as American Express, Visa, Master Card, Diners Club are widely accepted by resorts, hotels and souvenir shops.

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