The capital of the Maldives, Malé is a small city located on one of the bigger islands and likely the airport you will fly into when heading to the Maldives. The Maldives are a paradise on earth packed with so many great things to do. From snorkeling to scuba diving to just take a snooze in the sand, there are so many fantastic options for you. So, get your fins on, your fishing gear ready and your boat chartered so you can be ready to see it all.
Head out for a submarine tour. The Maldives are simply one of the best destinations for scuba and snorkeling, but one of the most truly special things you can do is the famous submarine tour. Even if you are an expert diver, the submarine tour allows you to dive into some serious depth and see the amazing biodiversity. Not only that, it is the perfect way to get a more relaxing look at everything while you just kick back and relax. Once you have had your undersea tour, you’ll be ready to head out to the beach and enjoy the year-round warm waters.
Sail to the Pristine Islands of the Maldives. The Maldives are special because most of the islands are actually protected nature zones. These untouched islands are the perfect place for you to charter a boat to and have the experience of your own private island! Depending on the island, you may be able to stay overnight or not, just be sure to check because there are so many great spots in the atolls.
Discover the Many Incredible Local Flavors. As you can imagine, the Maldives is renowned for its seafood. One place that you cannot miss is the Male Fish Market which is more than just a place to get some of the most incredible fish you’ll ever taste, but a place to get a true taste of the local culture. You’ll be able to enjoy the exciting fish auctions, the rumbling crowds, and unbeatable produce. The restaurants connected to the market are simply incredible. With its easy accessibility and amenities, Male is a great place for you to begin your charter adventure and experience a one-of-a-kind getaway into the tropical paradise of the Maldives.