Budget Trip to Maldives – 4 Nights & 5 Days

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Explore this 4 nights and 5 days budget trip to Maldives itinerary designed to provide you with the best experiences in Malé, the capital of the Maldives. The capital city is located on one of the inhabited islands in the Indian Ocean and exudes a whimsical atmosphere. Budget-friendly Maldives vacations can be booked from India’s major cities such as Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, and Ahmedabad.

This Maldives tour package from India is designed so that you have enough time to enjoy each vacation element in the Maldives, such as cultural sightseeing, heritage sightseeing, local experience, and watersports fun. This trip will begin and end in Malé, and once you arrive at the resort, you will have the entire day to yourself.

This package includes 3-star accommodations as well as speedboat pickup and drop-off meals. There will be three types of accommodations: sea view rooms, beachfront rooms, standard rooms, and superior rooms. If you want, you can personalise your trip. Meanwhile, check out this budget Maldives vacation itinerary!

Important Note: Any activity not specifically mentioned as included in this package will be treated as an exclusion with an additional cost.

Day 1 : Maldives: Arrival at Malé International Airport and Hotel Transfer Via Speedboat

When you arrive at Velana International Airport in Malé, our representative will greet you warmly. After handing over your bags and loading onto the speedboat, relax for a few minutes before being carried to your hotel.

When you arrive, perform the check-in procedures at your resort. Put your rucksack down and rest in your room for a time. You can request a mini-tour of the resort from the resort personnel if you choose. You can spend the day or evening outside your home exploring Malé's historical sights to get a taste of Maldivian culture.
Return to your hotel for an overnight stay followed by a delectable lunch.

Historical tourism is optional and is just one example of what you could do on your first day in Malé. However, in Malé, you are free to do whatever you wish at your own expense.

Day 2 : Malé: Day Reserved For Watersports and Island Hopping

Enjoy a flavorful breakfast before heading off to spend the entire day at the beaches. Whether you're with your partner, family, friends, or even alone, fun frolic moments are guaranteed at Malé's beaches since the sand is clean.

A speedboat may take you around the islands surrounding Malé for a change of scenery. You will have the entire day to yourself. Make an effort to get up early and begin your day by jumping into the blue seas for a swim, followed by snorkeling, scuba diving, a banana boat trip, and so on.
Photograph yourself against the pink and orange backdrops of Malé's environment, either at the beaches or when island hopping.

As the second day of your low-cost Maldives vacation comes to a conclusion, return to the hotel for a delicious dinner and an overnight stay.

Beach and island hopping are optional activities. You can spend your free time doing numerous additional activities in and around Malé at your leisure.

Day 3 : Malé: Enjoy the Day At Your Convenience

Wake up to a tasty breakfast at your favourite hour. After that, lace up your boots because day 3 is for you to enjoy at your leisure. Make it memorable by discovering something other than beaches and activities.

Admire the grandeur of dozens of Mosques in Malé. Museums provide information about the Maldives' historical riches. Inhale fresh air among the lush foliage in Sultan Park (Rasrani Bageecha), and finish your evening with a shopping tour to the local markets to purchase Maldivian handicrafts and other items.

Optional: All activities you will undertake at your own expense. On day 3, only breakfast, supper, and lodging are provided.

Day 4 : Malé: Another Day to Get Pampered With Relaxation

Begin your day with a delicious breakfast and choose the opportunity to enjoy day 4 at your leisure. This will be the second last day of a four-night, five-day budget trip to the Maldives, so tour the island on foot because the entire Malé city can be easily traversed in 45 minutes (about.).

Head to the beach in the afternoon or evening to catch the last sunset of your Maldives journey from India.

After finishing your day's sightseeing on day 4, return to your hotel for an overnight stay after dinner.

Optional: You are free to do whatever you like. If walking isn't your thing, taxis are a great way to get about Malé.

Day 5 : Malé International Airport: Transfer from Resort to Fly Back Home

Bow your head at the final time you saw the sapphire blue oceans all around you since, following a delicious breakfast and check-out procedure, you will be transported to the Velana International Airport to fly back to your home with a luggage full of Maldives holiday memories.

4 Night – 5 Days


Tour's Location

How much should I spend on my Maldives vacation?

Go off-peak or at least try to avoid peak travel times.
Carefully consider your flight options.
Instead of a resort, stay in a guesthouse.
Use the ferry to travel like a native.
Choose an island that is well known among travellers.
Keep to one island...
or take a ferry to several islands.

Does 4 days in the Maldives suffice?

The Maldives islands can normally be explored in 4 to 5 days. The main locations are easily explorable in 5 days. Which month is ideal for travelling to the Maldives? November through April are the ideal months to travel to the Maldives.

Which month is ideal for travel to the Maldives?

The Maldives' summer season runs from December to April, which is also the busiest travel period. The island enjoys dry weather from December through April. This is the best time for tourists to travel because there won't be much rain or none at all.

In the Maldives, is food expensive?

The average cost of food in the Maldives is MVR964 per day, although meal costs might vary. An average lunch in the Maldives should cost around MVR386 per person when dining out, according to the spending patterns of past visitors. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner.

Does Maldives require a passport?

Entry requires a current passport, a return or onward ticket, and enough cash. Upon arrival, a free visitor visa good for 30 days is given out.

Is a trip to the Maldives worthwhile?

The verdict: Are the Maldives worthwhile travelling to? It is indeed worthwhile. It is a lovely and distinctive location that provides fantastic services. Certainly, price does not always equal quality, but by following the advice above, you may make your trip a good value.

Why are Maldives cheap in October?

As October is not peak travel season in the Maldives, incredible discounts on lodging and reduced airfare are available during this month.

Why are the Maldives renowned?

The Maldives, which have more than 60 native dive sites spread over the islands, are among the best places in the world for recreational diving because of their beautiful underwater scenery and clear water. Agoda.com's global study revealed that it was also the most popular honeymoon destination on the planet.

Five facts about the Maldives?

The flattest country in the world is the Maldives.
Maldives is Sliding Away.
Equatorial sunlight is experienced in the Maldives.
Dry and Wet Seasons in the Maldives.
The Maldives Have Unique White Sand Beaches.
Fewer than a fifth of the Maldives' islands are inhabited.

What cuisine is served in the Maldives?

Fish, particularly tuna, is the most significant food group because the Maldives are mostly made up of water. The island nation's cuisine is a fusion of East Asian, Arabian, Indian, and Sri Lankan flavours.


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