Who should visit local island?

  • Travellers who want to enjoy water-based activities such as snorkeling, diving, surfing or paddleboarding
  • Budget travellers who want to see the real Maldives
  • Travellers who are keen to experience LOCAL Maldivian LIFE– Travellers who are interested in visiting a new tourism market, and supporting a growing industry that will have long-lasting benefits to the islanders
  • Adventurous travellers with younger children – the islands are safe and the local children are very, very friendly
  • Travellers who simply want to ‘tick it off the list’ and who don’t want to spend huge amount of money for resort

Who shouldn’t visit local island?

  • People who have Maldives on their bucket list – isn’t it there because of the decadent resort experience dream?
  • Who must have a near perfect bed – the beds in Maldives are smaller and harder
  • People who must have a hot shower! The hot water heaters can run out quickly or you can wait for it longer
  • People who love to drink alcohol when they vacation – there is strickt prohibition on local islands of Maldives
  • If you think value for money is essential – Prices are higher because this is a new industry in isolated places, if you don’t want to accept that, then look rather elsewhere.
  • You would find it very difficult to look past trash/rubbish – there is still some of it (as all developing countries Maldives have issues with waste management).
  • People who are particularly averse to insects, geckos and strange smells. Insects will get in, and the water used in the guest houses can have a slight smell of corals – it is not dangerous but uncomfortable for more senzitive people – you got bottle of drinking water every day that you can use for your face hygiene if you prefer it
  • Most romantic honeymooners – if you imagine your honeymoon with perfect service, gourmet food, guaranteed comfort and absolute peace of mind, then budget for a resort or choose another destination.


Here you can read some answers for the most frequent questions about traveling to the Maldives.   

We like your offer. What should we do for a reservation? What does the process of the reservation look like? And what are the payment terms?

First at all, start looking for flight tickets – these are provided by our clients themselves. On our website, you can find helpful information how to do it. As soon as you will know your ideal term to travel, contact us with this information. Ideally, send us an email including the date when you would like to visit Maldives.

As a response, we will send you information about the availability, and the whole price offer with some other information what to do next. For a smooth process of checking your documents at the Male Airport, and also to get a free tourist visa for 30 days, you need to have a valid passport with a validity lasting at least 6 months before you flight to Maldives. Except this, you need to have a booking confirmation certificate which we will prepare for you. For a biding confirmation of your reservation, we require the payment for the booking deposit of 15 % of the accommodation price. The additional payment is paid in the hotel – you can pay by cash or a card (card payment includes international fee of 3,8 %).

What is the best time for vacation in Maldives?

Maldives is an all-year-round visited destination, so it depends only on what do you prefer and what is the best time for you. The main season, which is determined by long-term forecasts as the driest period, lasts from November to March. There is a rainy season in Maldives during our summer season, but according to many years of experiences, these storms are kind of those summer storms in our country, so it means rain lasting several hours especially during a night. But there’s an advantage of visiting Maldives in the rainy season – you will meet a minimal number of tourists there.

We would like to travel with your agency, but we don’t speak English / have only basic knowledge of English. Will we make it?

Don’t be scared, you will. Considering that we will arrange all the things in Czech before your travel, you have to deal with almost nothing when you are on your holiday. Trips and activities are the only things that our clients arrange themselves when they are actually there, because some trips are cheaper for larger groups. But if you want, we can arrange to you trips before your flight too. And if you need, we are available for you on email, WhatsApp or phone.

Is it necessary to sign a contract in your office?

No, it’s not. After you pay the deposit, we will send you a confirmation via email. After landing, this certificate is submitted at the passport control at the airport.

We’ve heard that there is Islam in the Maldives. Is it a safe country?

The Maldives is a Muslim country, therefore there are some basic rules that must be followed. The number one rule bans alcohol in local islands – it can’t be imported or brought, the only places where you can consume it are resorts and uninhabited islands. The second rule is to wear swimsuit only on the tourist bikini beach and nowhere else – neither in the centre of island, in restaurants or in cafés.

As same as for the first rule, this is not related to uninhabited islands or for example snorkeling from a boat. This whole thing is only about disturbing the residents. In a fact, the residents are very friendly and love children, who you can see well dressed, and sometimes with a beautifully made make-up while romping around at the beach. There’s no need to be worried about something. But in all cases, we recommend arranging a travel insurance.

Should we change money to local currency?

No, the currency expected from tourists is USD. However, count on the fact, that you will not find any ATMs on the islands, so it’s important to have enough cash with you. ATMs are on the Male airport and also on some larger islands. If you withdraw money from ATM in the Maldives, you will always receive only Maldivian rufiyaa. If you pay by a card, you need to count with the international fee for card paying, which is automatically added and is about 3,8 %.

ATTENTION: In the Maldives, only new $ 100 banknotes are accepted. You can recognize them by the blue protection strip. Other banknotes are without limitations.

Will we need a power adapter?

No, there are adapters or international sockets available in hotels.

Is there a luggage storage at the airport?

Yes, there is a non-stop luggage storage. The price for the standard size of suitcase is 5 USD. In the capital Male, there isn’t any luggage storage, but you can store the luggage in a hotel for a small fee.

Do we need any vaccination?

No, you don’t. In the Maldives, there are no compulsory vaccinations. But in a case, the Maldives are just a beginning of your journey through Asia, we recommend vaccination against jaundice and typhoid fever. However, the Maldives are a safe country. The only illness, which is sporadically appeared, is the Dengue flu against which any vaccination doesn’t exist yet. As a prevention, a repellent against mosquitos will be enough, because mosquitos are the ones who transmit the disease. You can buy a great repellent-cream called Soffell for 2 USD in almost every local shop. We have an experience, that this repellent is more functional than the ordinary Czech ones, and it smells really nice as well. From those which are available in Czech Republic we recommend Predator Forte.

What to take with us:

  • our reservation certificate – it’s usually checked at the airport together with a valid passport + you have contact
  • details on it and also some advice
  • a repellent – ideally Predator from a pharmacy
  • a headcover and sunglasses
  • a sunscreen with a strong factor (ideally 50) and moisturizing cremes after sunbathing (eventually you can buy
  • excellent creams with Aloe Vera in the local stores).
  • cotton clothing (a snorkeling t-shirt with a factor)
  • enough cash – on the Maldives there are accepted $ 100 banknotes with a new edition date with a blue line
  • a confirmation of travel insurance – if you arrange one

It is possible to swim on the island in a BIKINIS?

Yes, there on silands are bikini beach where is swimming and sunbathing in swimsuit allowed. Everywhere else is necessary to wear at least dress or T-shirt and shorts.

Nudism is prohibited in the Maldives.

Are there available ALCOHOLIC?


In Maldives is alcohol allowed only in tourist resorts and uninhabited islands. At the airport run import checks of the baggages – prohibited substances like alcohol, pork or pornographic material are taken and import of such stuff can result in fine or even prison.

Alcohol can be arranged on safari boats or small islands if you order it in advance (oriental prices: $ 5 per beer and $ 40 per bottle of wine)

Best option for those who can not imagine holiday without alcohol is resort visit.

Are there any SHOPS and RESTAURANTS?

Yes, there are several small shops with basic food and a few souvenyrshops.

There is only one Restaurant on the island, prices are significantly different for locals and for tourists. This is one of the reason why does our Guesthouse have own Restaurant, where is full board served, in form of buffet. Drinking water, tea and coffee are included.