Mazaya Travel & Tourism was established as a tour operator company in UAE since 2006 started from Ajman. From May 2011 we have a new office in Dubai, which quickly blossomed into a full service office for ticketing and tourism.
+971 4 2954646
P.O. Box 99698, Dubai, UAE, S-03, Belrasheed Building,, Port Saeed, Al Ithihad Road,
+971 4 2954646


$1299 per person

The Maldives is a tropical nation in the Indian Ocean composed of 26 ring-shaped atolls, which are made up of more than 1,000 coral islands. It’s known for its beaches, blue lagoons and extensive reefs. The capital, Malé, has a busy fish market, restaurants and shops on the main road, Majeedhee Magu, and 17th-century Hukuru Miskiy (also known as Friday Mosque) made of carved white coral.

  • Included
    Insurance Covered
    Departure Taxes
    Entry Fees
    5 Star Accommodation
    Personal Guide
Day 01: Departure
Day 2: Best Day Ever - Maldives Sun and Snorkel
The tour will begin with a safety briefing at the jetty, before we board the speedboat .We'll leave Hulhumale lagoon behind and head to our first stop, a coral reef where you'll find young and delicate hard coral as well as a multitude of reef fish. Your guide will give you tips on how to snorkel without causing damage to the coral and protecting marine life. From there we'll travel to Kandu Oiy Giri island, where just beyond the harbour wall we might spy the many stingrays and moray eels that come to feast on the fish scraps thrown back into the water by the local tuna fish processing plant. Afterward, we'll head to a sandbank where you can swim and snorkel some more. We'll enjoy a traditional Maldivian tea accompanied with fresh coconut. We'll snack on bite-size sweet and savoury delights. As the afternoon comes to a close your Maldives tour will take you back to Hulhumale, where you will be able to catch a ferry to return to Male or a taxi to your Hulhumale guesthouse.
Day 3: Home Cooked Maldives
Enjoy a traditional lunch with a local family Learn to cook a Maldivian meal and keep the recipe so you can impress friends back home with your culinary skills Go shopping in a local market selling produce, fish, and other daily staples Learn about the Maldivian way of life from those who live in the community Hop aboard local transit, riding a public ferry and bus that’ll take you through the neighbourhood. Connect with local life in the best way possible: through food! Get a true local experience with a home cooked meal in a family home, where you’ll be put to work in the kitchen before digging into a fresh lunch. Visit a neighbourhood market, see where locals live, and learn how to make typical Maldivian dishes. We’ll start our Maldives tour with some shopping, gathering the ingredients we’ll need for our delicious lunch. You’ll be taken to the local market and a fish market, where you’ll be able to browse and taste fruits and vegetables typical of this 1,200-island nation. From there, we’ll walk along the harbor jetties to the Hulhumale Ferry Terminal, where we’ll board a ferry to Hulhumale, an artificial island settled in 2004 to meet the booming housing, industrial, and commercial development demands of the Male region. We’ll gather on board with locals making their daily trips — you can start up a conversation with some, or just take in the awesome view (you might even be lucky enough to spot some dolphins!). The ferry ride will take about 20 minutes, after which point we’ll disembark at Hulhumale Island, the sixth district of Malé. From here, we’ll take a local bus to the family home where we’ll be hosted for lunch. Along the route, you’ll see a bit of local life in a residential neighbourhood away from the resorts, passing by the Hulhumale hospital, local shops, small cafés, a youth centre, and a mosque. Once we arrive at our hosts’ home, you’ll be asked to leave your shoes at the door, and your guide will teach you the traditional greeting to be made before entering a local home. You’ll meet some of the family members, and even though there may be people there who are unable to communicate with you in English, you’ll see how local hospitality transcends language barriers Together, we’ll pull out the ingredients we picked up the market, and you’ll be invited to participate in lunch preparation, helping to chop and grate coconut. Want to impress friends back home with your new Maldivian culinary skills? We’ll help you to make notes so you can cook up an island feast on your own. Once all the cooking is done, we’ll set the table and enjoy a freshly prepared meal with our hosts. Sitting around the table together, we’ll share our thoughts about Maldivian cuisine, discuss local life in the Maldives, and you’ll even learn some common words that you can use during the remainder of the holiday. After our meal, your guide will walk with you to the ferry terminal and accompany you back to Malé.
Day 4: Wellness Operated By Plaza Premium
Wellness is a true traveler's oasis at the airport. With our commitment to providing a holistic range of services and treatments specifically designed to address travel ailments and woes, we aspire to transport travelers away from the hustle and bustle of the airport and transcend them to a space of comfort and convenience. Enjoy our classic massage and spa treatments, nail and beauty services and shower facilities. Relieve the stress of travel with our specially designed massages, hand and foot spa treatments, freshen up with our nail and beauty services, relax in a hot shower after a long flight or simply enjoy a glass of refreshing juice. At Wellness, we are always looking forward to provide travelers the most comfortable airport experience, whether departing or arriving Ibrahim Nasir International Airport.
Day 5: Departure



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