Male day tour

Kuta, Indonesia
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What To Expect

Discover the history and culture of Malé on a Full-day walking tour with a local guide.

  • Discover the wonders of the Maldivian capital when you join this comprehensive walking tour
  • Learn about the history of the Old Friday Mosque, the oldest mosque in the country
  • Sip some traditional black tea at the Royal Garden Café which is housed in a historic ganduvaru
  • Explore Maldives' culture and history as well as its ecosystem with an English-speaking tour guide
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Important info

Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap. Public transportation options are available nearby. Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness. Due to the nature of this activity, it is not recommended for persons with impaired physical mobility or those in wheelchairs. This activity is not stroller-friendly. Important: Female guests are required to dress with modesty (shorts/skirts/dresses should at the very least covering the upper thigh and shoulders/chests should be covered) when visiting local islands. If you are prone to seasickness, you might want to consider to take proper medication before the trip. Please note: Should you wish to enter the mosques, long trousers are required by both male and female guests

What's included
English-speaking tour guide. Donation to NGO Save the Beach. Local taxes (10% service charge and 12% GST). Round-trip transfers to and from the jetty. Admission to Sultan Park. Island tours. Hedikaa experience
What's not included
Admission to National museum. Other personal expenses. Optional hotel transfers
Cancellation Policy
Unfortunately, our partner's policy does not allow us to refund, cancel or change this booking.
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Meeting Point

Availability free pick up zone and drop off : Kuta ,Legian ,Uluwatu ,Jimbaran ,Nusa Dua ,Sanur ,Benoa, Sawangan, Kampial, Pecatu, Balangan, Uluwatu, Kedonganan, Seminyak, Kerobokan, Batubelig, Canggu, Petitenget, Denpasar ,Ubud, Sukawati, Ida Bagus Mantra and Gianyar regency.