Malé Do’s

  • Bring a good camera to capture photos of the beautiful beaches, trees and aquatic resources.
  • Enjoy the fine sand, tropical climate and crystal clear water.
  • Take a diving course to witness its amazing marine life and sea creatures.
  • Stay in the nicest and comfortable resorts.
  • Respect the Muslim’s tradition, culture and modesty especially during Ramadan.
  • Wear t-shirt when snorkelling to minimize sunburnt.
  • Explore the country’s historical prides.
  • Be fit and healthy with their well-equipped gyms.
  • Relax and unwind by going into the Spa.
  • Try the artificial swimming pools and lagoons.
  • Island hopping and local fishing to see the life of the local Maldivian people.
  • Watch the amazing sunset.

Malé Don’ts

  • It’s a Muslim country so alcohols are strictly prohibited. So don’t even think about taking any alcohols, otherwise be ready for the penalties.
  • Visit the local islands in too sexy or indecent outfit. Be sensitive with their culture and dress conservatively.
  • Wear shoes near the reefs as you can wound and shatter them.
  • Import pornographic materials.
  • Export the coral, shells and the natural objects around the place.
  • Go snorkelling alone since the current changes from time to time.
  • Swim next to the trigger fish, this sea creature is aggressive and could attack any time.
  • Forget to bring sun glasses and sun screen. The sun is too bright and strong.
  • Dispose your waste materials such as plastic bottles, shopping bags and so on. You can help preserve its beauty by taking home your own rubbish.
  • Take the speedboat if you suffer from seasickness.
  • Go on the worst time of the year such as June and July as it usually the monsoons and stormy periods.