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Exciting New Options in Maldives Marine Paradise

February 16, 2016 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , ,

The Maldives is a long string of luxury resort islands sitting like sand bars amidst sparkling turquoise seas. There are more than one hundred fancy resorts where the terms “water villa” or “water bungalow” are used in the name because part or all of these resorts are built over water. Some spectacular destinations offer underwater bars, restaurants, even guest rooms. However, staying at one of these choice properties comes with a hefty price tag of $300-$1500 per night.

Khiri Travel Maldives now offers a guesthouse option to your more budget conscious travelers because the true value of the Maldives lies underneath its waters. Staying at a comfortable guesthouse on an island populated by local people allows your travelers to save money for the excursions that are really worth seeing. We have weeklong packages for less than the price of 1-2 nights at an upscale resort. Your travelers will get a lot more value for their time to explore the magic of the Maldives.

Our guesthouse package offers both water and land-based excursions. Your travelers can travel by speedboat and snorkel through coral reefs pulsing with colorful fish. There are uninhabited islands to explore and spend the day relaxing under swaying palm trees in total isolation like Robinson Crusoe.

Guests can also take a Maldivian cooking class and learn how the people of these remote coral atolls source and prepare their special foods. The Maldives is a Muslim country so a visit to the local Imam is an excellent way to appreciate the basic tenants of their religion and how it influences the cultural values of the local people.

For more information about travel to the Maldives and guesthouse packages, please contact to [email protected]

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