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Top Experiences For Visitors
Snorkel or Dive in Banana Reef
The Maldives are teeming with opportunities for snorkelling and scuba diving - and this prospect is what drives many to snap up flights Brisbane to Male. One of the most popular spots to visit when you book tickets to Male from Brisbane is Banana Reef. This reef can also be referred to as Gaathugiri and is located within the North Male Atoll. It received its name due to its banana shape. Within Banana Reef, visitors with Brisbane to Male flights can see colourful coral formations and a plethora of tropical fish and sharks, making for an unforgettable experience.
Go on a Dolphin Spotting Cruise
When you have cheap flights to Male from Brisbane, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to see spinner dolphins in their natural habitat. Like their name suggests, these dolphins spin in circles when they jump out of the water. They follow a routine, heading into the lagoons of the Maldives every afternoon to search for food. You may spot some dolphins while enjoying water sports in the lagoons; but for a sure opportunity to see them, join onto one of the many dolphin spotting cruises that are available for visitors with cheap flights Brisbane to Male.
Stay in an Overwater Bungalow
There are several types of accommodation you can stay in after booking Brisbane to Male flights. The most popular and scenic options are the overwater bungalows of the Maldives. These bungalows sit on top of the water, offering stunning views and the Indian Ocean at your feet. Many resorts across the Maldives offer overwater bungalows accommodating different budgets.
Visit a Local Village
You could have a great holiday by booking cheap flights to Male from Brisbane and spending time relaxing at the resort. But to get a true understanding for the culture of the Maldives, head away from the resort and private islands to visit a local village after your flights Brisbane to Male. Visiting a small village or island where the locals live, you can learn more about the Maldivian way of life, eat local foods, and shop at independent stores. After you arrive to Male International Airport (MLE), spend a bit of time exploring the capital of Male. Some other villages you could visit when you have flights Brisbane to Male are Maafushi and Feydhoo.
Dress conservatively in the local villages
The Maldives is a Muslim country, and visitors with flights Brisbane to Male are expected to cover their shoulders and legs while they aren’t at the resort or beach. Carry a sarong or light scarf with you that you can cover yourself with when you are heading out into a local village.
Do not eat with your left hand
Traditionally, the people of the Maldives associate the left hand with personal hygiene. Locals never eat with their left hands and would be shocked to see a visitor doing so.
Alcohol is illegal outside of resorts
You won’t find alcohol in any restaurants or shops outside of resorts. Purchasing alcohol from duty free at the airport before your Brisbane to Male flights is also not allowed and could result in a fine. Similarly, taking alcohol with you from the resort into a local village could result in some trouble.
The Best Time to Visit
Visitors with Brisbane to Male flights can enjoy temperatures of about 29°C all year round. However, while the temperature stays stable, the weather can change dramatically through the year. The Maldives experience a dry season from November to April in which humidity levels are low and there is not much rain. Alternatively, the islands have a wet season from May to October. During the wet season, visitors who book cheap flights Brisbane to Male may experience some rain and higher humidity. There are benefits to booking Brisbane to Male return flights during the wet season though. Hotel rates are cheaper, there are smaller crowds of tourists, and there are better waves for surfing.
How Much Time to Spend in the Maldives
Flights Brisbane to Male are perfect for a quick getaway to the tropics. The islands are all about relaxing rather than ticking attractions off a list. In order to experience the culture of the Maldives and have plenty of time to spend in the water, snorkelling, and visiting local villages, plan to spend about five days there. If you’ll splitting your time between two resorts or islands when you book flights Brisbane to Male, plan to stay about a week in order to get the full Maldives experience.