Travel in Maldives Part III


Relaxation in a beautiful resort in the exotic Maldives, white sandy beaches with swaying palm trees and not least – experiences above and below the water surface. A resort with space for the whole family.

Book an adventure and a wonderful holiday for the whole family on beautiful Nika Island where you live in Family Beach Villas. All villas have a large living room, two separate bedrooms, two bathrooms and an outdoor shower. There are private sun loungers on your own little beach where you can also enjoy the view from the hammock. Visit directoryaah for map of Maldives.

Day 1: Departure from Scandinavia

Departure from Scandinavia on the way to the Maldives capital Malé, where you will arrive the next day. One or two stopovers depending on which airline you are traveling with.

Day 2: Arrival in Malé and Nika Island

Coming from Malé and out to Nika Island is an experience in itself. Upon arrival in Malé, you will be picked up at the airport and travel by seaplane to Nika Island. A washable paradise awaits here, so throw off your shoes and enjoy barefoot walks at the cozy resort.

Day 3-10: Nika Island

In addition to enjoying the days in the delightful resort, you can relax by dazzling white sandy beaches, swim out to nearby coral reefs and experience life below the surface. Here you swim among shoals of colorful fish and with a little luck you get to see a playful dolphin or a turtle that slowly swims past in the crystal clear water. If your body or soul needs a little extra care, you can pamper yourself with wonderful spa treatments at the resort. The island offers the perfect environment for a truly relaxing holiday. There are 43 villas here and most of them have their own small beach. The resort offers a fitness center, restaurant, bar, café, diving center, water sports, as well as a variety of excursions, including snorkeling, safaris, deep sea fishing, visits to the neighboring islands and much more. Family Beach Villas are located on the north side of the island. All villas have a large living room, two separate bedrooms, two bathrooms and an outdoor shower. There are private sun loungers on your own little beach where you can also enjoy the view from the hammock. (F , L , M )

Day 11: Departure from Nika Island

After a fabulous week in the Maldives, it’s time to go home. You will be picked up at your hotel and boarded a seaplane back to Malé Airport. The time depends on when your flight back to Scandinavia departs. ( F )

Day 12: Arrival in Scandinavia

Arrival time to Scandinavia depends on which airline you booked.

Overnight stays

Ten nights on Nika Island in Family Beach Villa including full board


Gather family and friends and head to the paradise beaches of the Maldives. Enjoy sun, swimming, beach and the crystal clear waters of the Maldives. Live in your own house with garden and room for up to 10 people.

Go to the Maldives and stay on one of the local small islands. You live in a nice and newly built house. By living like this, you also get an insight into the local everyday life while enjoying the beautiful sea or relaxing with a good book.

The island of Dhiffushi is something out of the ordinary. Among other things, it has been voted the best island to live on as a tourist. Dhiffushi has coral reefs, sandy beaches, uninhabited islands, surf beaches, fishing waters and dolphin areas. And it is only 35-45 minutes to the capital Malé and the airport.

Day 1: Departure from Scandinavia

You fly to the Maldives – during the trip you have one or two stopovers depending on which airline you travel with.

Day 2: Arrival in the Maldives and transfer by speedboat to Dhiffushi

You will be met at the airport and then take a motorboat for 45 minutes to Dhiffushi.

Day 3-8 Stay at Dhiffushi

The house you will live in is called Veli Vilaa and is located on the island’s best beach – a real paradise beach, complete with turquoise water. The house has four bedrooms, air conditioning, private garden and wifi. You can order food directly from the restaurant that is delivered to your villa if you so wish. Talk to us at Winberg Travel if you want to add meals to the program. Here you will find towels and bed linen, bicycles, snorkelling equipment and the opportunity to grill in the garden. The island is 900 meters long and 200 meters wide. It is covered with coconut trees, the roads are made of coral sand and with a few exceptions it is car-free. About 1,200 inhabitants live permanently and their main source of income is fishing. The island is safe and crime is so low that the police are hardly needed here. There is a health center and pharmacy. The beaches, the playground, the football field and school make Dhiffushi very child-friendly. The locals love children and the limited traffic makes the island a safe and secure place for younger visitors to explore. Dhiffushi has several small grocery stores and souvenir shops. Here on the island you pay with cash – either Maldivian rufiyaa or US dollars. You must remember to withdraw money at the airport or in Malé, as there are no ATMs on site. The island has three cafes: Cozy Café, Dream Corner View and Faruma, all of which serve food, coffee, tea and freshly squeezed juices at affordable prices. The island’s second guesthouse also serves food and drinks. When visiting smaller guesthouses, however, you should order lunch and dinner well in advance, preferably a couple of hours in advance, so that they have time to buy ingredients. The island’s largest guesthouse is called Rashu Hiya and each evening offers a buffet for about $ 12, with both Maldivian and international dishes. Rashu Hiya also has cozy seating down by the water. (F )

Day 9: Transfer back to Malé and return home

The holiday is coming to an end and it’s time to take the speedboat back to Malé Airport from where the journey home starts. ( F )

Day 10: Arrival in Scandinavia

Travel in Maldives Part III