5 days in Maldives Itinerary

5 days in Maldives Itinerary

Created using Inspirock Maldives trip builder

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Maafushi Island
— 2 nights
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Male
— 2 nights
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Maafushi Island

— 2 nights
With plenty of things to do, Maafushi Island has a bustling, upbeat atmosphere and a holiday resort vibe.
On the 25th (Fri), tour the pleasant surroundings at Bikini Beach. Keep things going the next day: discover the deep blue sea with a scuba or snorkeling tour.

Plan a trip to Maafushi Island easily and quickly by telling Inspirock to suggest an itinerary.

Tokyo, Japan to Maafushi Island is an approximately 16-hour flight. Due to the time zone difference, you'll gain 4 hours traveling from Tokyo to Maafushi Island. In February, Maafushi Island is much warmer than Tokyo - with highs of 36°C and lows of 30°C. Finish your sightseeing early on the 26th (Sat) so you can travel to Male.

Things to do in Maafushi Island

Outdoors · Wildlife · Tours · Parks
Find places to stay Feb 24 — 26:

Male

— 2 nights
The tiny but densely populated city of Male represents a contrast to the laid-back beach resorts found in much of the rest of the Maldives.
Kick off your visit on the 27th (Sun): browse the exhibits of National Museum, admire the striking features of Hukuru Miskiiy (Old Friday Mosque), and then take a tour by water with Boat Tours & Water Sports.

To find other places to visit, where to stay, and other tourist information, you can read our Male road trip planner.

The Route module can help you plan travel from Maafushi Island to Male. Expect a daytime high around 36°C in February, and nighttime lows around 30°C. Cap off your sightseeing on the 28th (Mon) early enough to travel back home.

Things to do in Male

Wildlife · Museums · Tours · Outdoors
Find places to stay Feb 26 — 28:

Maldives travel guide

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Scuba & Snorkeling · Nature & Parks · Shark Diving
Maldives has come to be seen as a quintessential island holiday destination, with entire sand-circled islands owned by resorts, who manage each part of the island's environment to give it the look and feel of paradise. The clear waters surrounding the islands offer plentiful dive sites, rich in tropical fish and coral formations, with the smaller, less-populated islands surrounded by the richest marine environments, largely undisturbed by industry and tourism. Larger islands here offer an array of bars, restaurants, and clubs--their higher population means they also feature religious sites and markets selling local produce.