5 things you should know before you visit the Maldives

 5 things you should know before you visit the Maldives. The Maldives is a small town consisting of very beautiful islands located in the Indian Ocean, in southern India and Sri Lanka. This is often what you know about the Maldives but there are a lot of amazing things you should know.

5 things you should know before you visit the Maldives

 If you are thinking of visiting the Maldives for a beautiful and relaxing vacation, read on!

 Here are some important things to consider before you visit the Maldives, along with some interesting and interesting facts about this town.

You can go to the Maldives at reasonable prices.

 With tourism gaining popularity in the Maldives, accommodation options are becoming more affordable. We are not talking about those private villas located on the islands, as these places will always be very expensive. What we're talking about are local guest houses.

 A trip to the Maldives can be cheap if you live in Asia (check prices if you're coming from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Colombo) and travel there from Europe and North America is cheap too, especially if you get some amazing deals!

 And if you can't afford to spend your entire vacation in an overwater bungalow and sip amazing cocktails on a private island don't worry, you can still do it for a small amount to stay there! how? Read the next point.

You don't need to stay in a luxury resort to enjoy all its facilities.

 How about enjoying everything the resort has to offer for not $1000, but about $100 a day?

 The trick is that it is possible to visit the islands for a fee (actually depends on the island and its conditions, but prices start at $100) and enjoy everything these resorts have to offer like swimming pools, kayaking, delicious food, and amazing views. Overwater huts etc.

 The idea is that you won't stay until the next morning, so you won't pay for your stay there and you can still take amazing photos like this one.

5 things you should know before you visit the Maldives

 Simply take a speedboat from a local island that will take you to the nearest luxury resort and drop you off in the evening. Nice idea, isn't it?

 By the way, day trips are also less expensive on the local islands, and prices usually start at $40-$50.

What local islands can you go to?

 Mafushi, Fulidhoo, and  Hulhumale are the most popular local islands and have the infrastructure to host tourists.

Here are some tips for affordable travel to the Maldives:

Convert your currency to Maldivian Rufiyaa (MVR).

 If you are staying with the locals, you must use the Maldivian rufiyaa, while you cannot use any currency other than the dollar on the local islands.

Travel with a group of people.

 This will help you save a lot of money like shared accommodation and transportation.

Don't go in the season.

 As the prices of villas in luxury resorts may drop 2 or even 3 times (from April to September).

The Maldives is not only for the famous and the rich.

 When you think of the Maldives, you probably imagine something so luxurious that you as an ordinary person can never reach it, a dream that will never come true, or maybe a place you will never visit in your life.

 Well, that's partly true, you can't find an overnight stay for just $5 like in Thailand, but it's much more affordable than you think!

 Starting at $200-500 per night, you can treat yourself to a very nice thatched house (bungalow) in a luxury resort and on a private island. Make sure to book in advance!

 The lowest price for the popular water villa starts around $450 for two people, including breakfast. Not thousands of dollars, right? If this is still too expensive for you, don't worry, there is a solution! You have to know that the sea has the same breathtaking blue color everywhere in the Maldives!

The price you always see is not the price you pay.

 You should know that there is also a 12% tax and a 10% service charge as this applies to everything in the resort from the restaurant bill to the store bill.

 So you should know that you can pay 22% more for everything you see on the price list. You probably won't be dealing with any cash at all during your stay on the island, but this information is useful so as not to come as an unpleasant surprise while checking out.

Don't wait for your honeymoon to visit it.

 Believe it or not, the Maldives is a destination not only for honeymooners but for everyone. There you will find an endless list of activities that you can try regardless of your age or interests.

 and most importantly, you will not get bored at all as you can spend your vacation there with friends and surely you will enjoy the most beautiful moments.

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