On arrival you will be welcomed by our airport representative at the airport and he takes you to our counter just in front of the arrival gate and assists you to arrange your transfer.
What to pack The Maldives is warm throughout the year. Light, cotton and lien wear is ideal. Pack lots of tee shirts, beachwear, and wrap-around skirts, cotton shirts and shorts. For visits to inhabited islands, where most of the streets are of compact sand, or Malé where the street are paved, sandals are easy to walk on. Some essential items include swimwear, sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat or a cap. If your travel plan includes traveling to many islands, a mosquito repellent may become handy. Resort transfer
If you have a booking with a resort, transfer is usually arranged prior to your arrival. Th options of speedboat or seaplane transfer where available is for you to choose from. For transfer to resorts close to the airport, motorboat or dhoni transfer is quite convenient. Even if you mak a resort booking while in Malé, transfer arrangement are often made by the resort.
The Maldives has one of the largest seaplane fleets in the world, not suprising for a country with 99% ocean and more than a thousand islands. The low altitude seaplane journey offers you the additional opportunity to experience a breathtaking bird's eye view of the country.