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Cities in Maldives:   Malé
Destinations in Maldives:   Male - Malé Capital
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Maldivian Private Cooking and Islamic Culture Experience

Maldivian Private Cooking and Islamic Culture Experience   - Malé, Maldives

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Malé, Maldives

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$65.00

Enjoy a cooking experience and learn about the Islamic culture.

Your 3-hour private food and culture tour begins with your host meeting you at the Jetty.  The small group with a maximum of 4 people allows for a personal experience.  You will shop at the local market for the items to be prepared for the day. Prepare and enjoy a typical Maldivian meal and then listen to a short lecture about Islam. 

This class is very easily combined with any sightseeing tour day ... More info ›

Enjoy a cooking experience and learn about the Islamic culture.

Your 3-hour private food and culture tour begins with your host meeting you at the Jetty.  The small group with a maximum of 4 people allows for a personal experience.  You will shop at the local market for the items to be prepared for the day. Prepare and enjoy a typical Maldivian meal and then listen to a short lecture about Islam. 

This class is very easily combined with any sightseeing tour day. It could be a perfect lunch or dinner break to keep everyone happy and entertained!

Your host will meet and greet you at Jetty No.5 in Male at either 9:30am or 5pm.  Head to the market and enjoy the local atmosphere for about 20-30 minutes as you shop for the main ingredients of the day for your cooking lesson.  You will see fresh tropical fish and farm products that you have never seen before!

Depart the market and take a short 5 minute walk to the host's home.  Please make yourself at home!  Learn the local cooking  techniques and then sit down and enjoy your meal with local table customs. 

After the meal, your host will talk with you about daily life based on Islam and then experience the prayer of Islam.

At the end of the tour, your host will drop you off at Jetty No.5.

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Private Made-In-Maldives Coconut Lip Cream Hand-Making Experience

Private Made-In-Maldives Coconut Lip Cream Hand-Making Experience - Malé, Maldives

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Malé, Maldives

From USD
$33.60

Let's make organic coconut lip cream with Maldivian coconut oil! KOKONOWA (Made-in-Maldives fair trade brand) leader will give you a one-hour private lesson about Maldivian coconut oil history and the way of effective use. You can bring back your craft as a souvenir.

You can choose a start time of 10am, 3pm or 6pm for this one-hour workshop ... More info ›

Let's make organic coconut lip cream with Maldivian coconut oil! KOKONOWA (Made-in-Maldives fair trade brand) leader will give you a one-hour private lesson about Maldivian coconut oil history and the way of effective use. You can bring back your craft as a souvenir.

You can choose a start time of 10am, 3pm or 6pm for this one-hour workshop. Our local guide will meet and greet you at Jetty No.1 in Male, which will be a short walk from the workshop. Upon arrival, your KOKONOWA project leader will give you a short lesson about Maldives coconut oil and the way of practical use. You will make 2 lip creams that you can bring back as a souvenir from your Maldives trip. After the workshop, you can stay in Male to enjoy sightseeing or shopping on your own.

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Private Half Day Local Experience of Malé

Private Half Day Local Experience of Malé - Malé, Maldives

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Malé, Maldives

From USD
$50.00

This three hour private tour gives you a unique view and personal interaction with the local side of the Maldives. Enjoy workshops, local food and walks with your licensed and experienced guide ... More info ›

This three hour private tour gives you a unique view and personal interaction with the local side of the Maldives. Enjoy workshops, local food and walks with your licensed and experienced guide. Deepen your knowledge of the Maldivian local culture and history in just half a day.

Choose a morning or afternoon departure and meet your private guide at Jetty No. 5 in the Maldives capital city of Male. Over one hundred and thirty thousand people live here which makes it the world's most densely populated island.

First, take a five minute walk to a local cafe where you will experience a Maldivian tea time. You will not find this stop in a guide book. Enjoy delicious snacks and tea with explanations about the local food and culture. Relax here for approximately 30 minutes before your walking tour begins.
*No service of experience a Maldivian tea time during Ramadan (Estimated 27th May- 30th Jun 2017).

Next, your guide takes you on a one hour walking tour through local markets and historical sightseeing spots in an enjoyable and safe atmosphere.  The streets are lined with local houses and stores with an Islamic atmosphere.
 
After walking about Male, you will go to a workshop. Enjoy painting a coconut or wooden plate with a local artist who will give you one-to-one guidance. Spend about 1.5 hours here and bring home your craft as a souvenir.

At the tours end, you will return to Jetty No.5 in Male.

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Maldives Dining Experience with a Local Family

Maldives Dining Experience with a Local Family - Malé, Maldives Star Rating

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Malé, Maldives

From USD
$54.00

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 ... More info ›

Special Offer - Book and travel by December 31, 2016 and save 30% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!

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, 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.

Special Offer - Book and travel by December 31, 2016 and save 30% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!

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Maldives Sun and Snorkel Including Transportation by Speed Boat and Traditonal Maldivian Afternoon Tea

Maldives Sun and Snorkel Including Transportation by Speed Boat and Traditonal Maldivian Afternoon Tea - Malé, Maldives

Duration: 3 days
Location: Malé, Maldives

From USD
$140.00

Slip on your snorkel mask and fins and jump into the aquamarine warm waters of the Indian Ocean. You’ll discover colourful corals, turtles, reef sharks, and stingrays… oh my! Then sit back and relax on a sandbank and enjoy a traditional Maldivian afternoon tea.

Your Maldives snorkel tour will begin with a safety briefing at the jetty before we board the speedboat that will take us out onto the water ... More info ›

Special Offer - Book and travel by December 31, 2016 and save 30% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!

Slip on your snorkel mask and fins and jump into the aquamarine warm waters of the Indian Ocean. You’ll discover colourful corals, turtles, reef sharks, and stingrays… oh my! Then sit back and relax on a sandbank and enjoy a traditional Maldivian afternoon tea.

Your Maldives snorkel tour will begin with a safety briefing at the jetty before we board the speedboat that will take us out onto the water. (Life jackets will be available onboard).       

We’ll leave Hulhumale lagoon behind and head to our first stop, a coral reef where just two metres below the surface there, 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, as well as talk you through the key points for using snorkel equipment, remaining calm in the water, and protecting marine life. You’ll also get a mini marine life lesson, so that you can put names to many of the colourful fish you’ll see.

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, or just relax on the beach. We’ll enjoy a traditional Maldivian tea accompanied with fresh coconut, and get the chance to chat with our boat crew. We’ll snack on bite-size sweet and savoury delights — the savoury ones filled with vegetables, tuna, egg, and chili, the sweet ones with coconut, banana, or sponge cake.

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 Malé or a taxi to your Hulhumale guesthouse.

Special Offer - Book and travel by December 31, 2016 and save 30% off our previously offered price! - Book Now!

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Beyond the Beach Eco Tour Including Ferry Ride to Island of Vilimalé

Beyond the Beach Eco Tour Including Ferry Ride to Island of Vilimalé - Malé, Maldives

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Malé, Maldives

From USD
$53.00

Join local conservationists 'Save the Beach' and discover the quieter, eco-friendly side of Maldives life. On this small group tour, travel by ferry to the small island of Vilimalé where you’ll wander the quiet streets, learn the names of local trees, indulge in traditional afternoon tea, and learn more about the conservation work being carried out by this local NGO.

This eco-friendly Maldives tour will take us away from the city of Malé and into a local community, where we'll meet with a local NGO helping to preserve the country's beaches and reefs.

Once we’ve all gathered at the jetty, we’ll take a short taxi ride to the ferry terminal on the west side of Malé ... More info ›

Join local conservationists 'Save the Beach' and discover the quieter, eco-friendly side of Maldives life. On this small group tour, travel by ferry to the small island of Vilimalé where you’ll wander the quiet streets, learn the names of local trees, indulge in traditional afternoon tea, and learn more about the conservation work being carried out by this local NGO.

This eco-friendly Maldives tour will take us away from the city of Malé and into a local community, where we'll meet with a local NGO helping to preserve the country's beaches and reefs.

Once we’ve all gathered at the jetty, we’ll take a short taxi ride to the ferry terminal on the west side of Malé. From there, a 10-minute ferry crossing takes us away from the hubbub of Malé city to the peaceful island of Vilimalé . Formally a prison island, Vilimalé now provides a haven of tranquility for its residents, many of whom commute to the capital daily. 

On the other side of our ferry ride, we’ll be met by a member of Save the Beach, a local NGO that started in 2008 as a youth movement in Vilingili (now named Vilimalé ) to conserve the local beaches. The main activities of Save the Beach include regular beach clean-up programs, planting of trees in and around Vilingili, coral reef conservation as well as organising educational and awareness community events. Their activities are not just confined to Vilimalé but also reach out to other local islands throughout the archipelago. 

Hassan Ahmed led the initiatives and co-founded the movement, along with the youth of Villingili. Hassan has been a resident of Villingili from the very beginning and has been a conservationist from the time the first harbour was built, when he noticed the reefs were dying. Hassan orchestrated all of the activities of Save the Beach as a movement even before he had registered the organisation. Today, Save the Beach is now registered as a non-profit initiative. 

A 90-minute walking tour of the island provides insight into the conservational challenges that face small island states. You’ll see how Vilimalé has transformed from an island with a rich biodiversity on land and in the sea, to one that is struggling to maintain its natural ecosystems. You’ll witness these impacts firsthand alongside local conservationists, who will show you images of Vilimalé past as you observe the present. 

You’ll wander the quiet streets, observe locals going about their day, learn the names of local trees, and, if it’s open, visit the tiniest of spice factories. We’ll finish the tour at a local tea shop looking out across the water to Malé, where you can sample a traditional hedika – and afternoon break of sweet and savoury snacks served with black tea. When it is time to leave, your guide will walk with you to the ferry terminal and accompany you back to Malé.

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