Silversea Luxury Cruises Nach Male

Male
Male

There are many nations around the world with bragging rights to miles of pristine white coral sand and balmy turquoise seas but few can take it to the same level as the Maldives. Its 1,200 islands are spread out over 26 coral atolls; the combined land of all the islands is little more than 100 square miles. That means you are rarely more than a few steps from the beach. View more

Many of the villas are actually built on stilts out over the water, so you may actually have to walk onshore in order to get to the beach. Besides curling your toes in the sand, many people come here to sample the Maldives enviable world-class dive spots. Others simply snorkel among the endless coral reefs. There are so many coral atolls here that our English word derives from the Maldivian name atholhu.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.

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COLOMBO Nach Mahe
  • Abreise
    Sep 28 2018
  • Dauer
    14 Tage
  • Schiff
    Silver Discoverer
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Male Nach Chennai
  • Abreise
    Jan 10 2019
  • Dauer
    12 Tage
  • Schiff
    Silver Discoverer
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SINGAPORE Nach Mombasa
  • Abreise
    Mär 18 2019
  • Dauer
    16 Tage
  • Schiff
    Silver Whisper
Von US$ 10.170
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COLOMBO Nach Mahe
  • Afrika & Indischer Ozean
  • Silversea Expeditions
  • Abreise
    Sep 28, 2018
  • Dauer
    14 Tage
  • Schiff
    Silver Discoverer

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US$ 13.000

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Male Nach Chennai
  • Afrika & Indischer Ozean
  • Silversea Expeditions
  • Abreise
    Jan 10, 2019
  • Dauer
    12 Tage
  • Schiff
    Silver Discoverer

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SINGAPORE Nach Mombasa
  • Afrika & Indischer Ozean
  • Silversea-Kreuzfahrten
  • Abreise
    Mär 18, 2019
  • Dauer
    16 Tage
  • Schiff
    Silver Whisper

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Exkursionen in Male

Beach Escape - Adaaran Vadoo Full Day

Explore the history and culture of one of the world's smallest capital cities during this scenic and informative walking tour of Malé.


Malé is the heart of the nation, and the centre of government and commerce of the Maldives. As you take in the local sights and sounds, your guide will inform you about the island's history and culture, and point out the best sites of interest in town.


After tendering ashore and meeting your guide quayside, your walking tour of Malé commences with a visit to the bustling fish, vegetable and fruit markets near the waterfront. After a taste of local life, your tour continues on towards the shopping area.


Local Market

The old bazaar and market area is the centre of wholesale and retail trade in the Maldives. The narrow lanes leading through the markets are packed with traders and bustling shoppers, leaving no room for vehicles to pass though.

Friday Mosque

Your next stop is at the 17th-century Friday Mosque, or 'Huskuru Miskiiy'. Malé's main mosque for nearly four centuries, the Friday Mosque was built in 1656 by Sultan Ibrahim Iskandhar. This intricate building is a masterpiece of coral carving, and a fine example of traditional Maldivian workmanship. After a brief stop at the mosque, your tour continues with a visit to the National Museum & Sultan Park.


National Museum & Sultan Park

Located in Sultan's Park, the National Museum is housed in the only remaining building of the former Sultan's Palace. This Colonial-style building is home to a wide array of historical artefacts and treasures. During your visit, you can view displays of thrones, ceremonial robes, headgear, and umbrellas used by Sultans, along with statues and other figures dating from 11th century.


Time-permitting, visits will also be made to the Presidential Palace and souvenir shops before returning to the ship.


Please note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking for approximately 500 metres (1640 feet) over uneven surfaces, including some steps. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Passengers must dress in accordance with Muslim traditions, and are required to cover-up the area from the shoulders to the knees. Sun protection, sun glasses and comfortable shoes are also recommended. We recommend guests bring water from the ship although refreshments are available for purchase at each guest's own expense. Guides are the best available and may speak with a heavy accent. Souvenir shops accept USD cash and credit cards.

Explore the history and culture of one of the world's smallest capital cities during this scenic and informative walking tour of Malé.


Malé is the heart of the nation, and the centre of government and commerce of the Maldives. As you take in the local sights and sounds, your guide will inform you about the island's history and culture, and point out the best sites of interest in town.


After tendering ashore and meeting your guide quayside, your walking tour of Malé commences with a visit to the bustling fish, vegetable and fruit markets near the waterfront. After a taste of local life, your tour continues on towards the shopping area.


Local Market

The old bazaar and market area is the centre of wholesale and retail trade in the Maldives. The narrow lanes leading through the markets are packed with traders and bustling shoppers, leaving no room for vehicles to pass though.

Friday Mosque

Your next stop is at the 17th-century Friday Mosque, or 'Huskuru Miskiiy'. Malé's main mosque for nearly four centuries, the Friday Mosque was built in 1656 by Sultan Ibrahim Iskandhar. This intricate building is a masterpiece of coral carving, and a fine example of traditional Maldivian workmanship. After a brief stop at the mosque, your tour continues with a visit to the National Museum & Sultan Park.


National Museum & Sultan Park

Located in Sultan's Park, the National Museum is housed in the only remaining building of the former Sultan's Palace. This Colonial-style building is home to a wide array of historical artefacts and treasures. During your visit, you can view displays of thrones, ceremonial robes, headgear, and umbrellas used by Sultans, along with statues and other figures dating from 11th century.


Time-permitting, visits will also be made to the Presidential Palace and souvenir shops before returning to the ship.


Please note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking for approximately 500 metres (1640 feet) over uneven surfaces, including some steps. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Passengers must dress in accordance with Muslim traditions, and are required to cover-up the area from the shoulders to the knees. Sun protection, sun glasses and comfortable shoes are also recommended. We recommend guests bring water from the ship although refreshments are available for purchase at each guest's own expense. Guides are the best available and may speak with a heavy accent. Souvenir shops accept USD cash and credit cards.

Explore the Underwater World of Maldives

Explore the history and culture of one of the world's smallest capital cities during this scenic and informative walking tour of Malé.


Malé is the heart of the nation, and the centre of government and commerce of the Maldives. As you take in the local sights and sounds, your guide will inform you about the island's history and culture, and point out the best sites of interest in town.


After tendering ashore and meeting your guide quayside, your walking tour of Malé commences with a visit to the bustling fish, vegetable and fruit markets near the waterfront. After a taste of local life, your tour continues on towards the shopping area.


Local Market

The old bazaar and market area is the centre of wholesale and retail trade in the Maldives. The narrow lanes leading through the markets are packed with traders and bustling shoppers, leaving no room for vehicles to pass though.

Friday Mosque

Your next stop is at the 17th-century Friday Mosque, or 'Huskuru Miskiiy'. Malé's main mosque for nearly four centuries, the Friday Mosque was built in 1656 by Sultan Ibrahim Iskandhar. This intricate building is a masterpiece of coral carving, and a fine example of traditional Maldivian workmanship. After a brief stop at the mosque, your tour continues with a visit to the National Museum & Sultan Park.


National Museum & Sultan Park

Located in Sultan's Park, the National Museum is housed in the only remaining building of the former Sultan's Palace. This Colonial-style building is home to a wide array of historical artefacts and treasures. During your visit, you can view displays of thrones, ceremonial robes, headgear, and umbrellas used by Sultans, along with statues and other figures dating from 11th century.


Time-permitting, visits will also be made to the Presidential Palace and souvenir shops before returning to the ship.


Please note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking for approximately 500 metres (1640 feet) over uneven surfaces, including some steps. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Passengers must dress in accordance with Muslim traditions, and are required to cover-up the area from the shoulders to the knees. Sun protection, sun glasses and comfortable shoes are also recommended. We recommend guests bring water from the ship although refreshments are available for purchase at each guest's own expense. Guides are the best available and may speak with a heavy accent. Souvenir shops accept USD cash and credit cards.

Island Hoping and Local Cuisine

Explore the history and culture of one of the world's smallest capital cities during this scenic and informative walking tour of Malé.


Malé is the heart of the nation, and the centre of government and commerce of the Maldives. As you take in the local sights and sounds, your guide will inform you about the island's history and culture, and point out the best sites of interest in town.


After tendering ashore and meeting your guide quayside, your walking tour of Malé commences with a visit to the bustling fish, vegetable and fruit markets near the waterfront. After a taste of local life, your tour continues on towards the shopping area.


Local Market

The old bazaar and market area is the centre of wholesale and retail trade in the Maldives. The narrow lanes leading through the markets are packed with traders and bustling shoppers, leaving no room for vehicles to pass though.

Friday Mosque

Your next stop is at the 17th-century Friday Mosque, or 'Huskuru Miskiiy'. Malé's main mosque for nearly four centuries, the Friday Mosque was built in 1656 by Sultan Ibrahim Iskandhar. This intricate building is a masterpiece of coral carving, and a fine example of traditional Maldivian workmanship. After a brief stop at the mosque, your tour continues with a visit to the National Museum & Sultan Park.


National Museum & Sultan Park

Located in Sultan's Park, the National Museum is housed in the only remaining building of the former Sultan's Palace. This Colonial-style building is home to a wide array of historical artefacts and treasures. During your visit, you can view displays of thrones, ceremonial robes, headgear, and umbrellas used by Sultans, along with statues and other figures dating from 11th century.


Time-permitting, visits will also be made to the Presidential Palace and souvenir shops before returning to the ship.


Please note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking for approximately 500 metres (1640 feet) over uneven surfaces, including some steps. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Passengers must dress in accordance with Muslim traditions, and are required to cover-up the area from the shoulders to the knees. Sun protection, sun glasses and comfortable shoes are also recommended. We recommend guests bring water from the ship although refreshments are available for purchase at each guest's own expense. Guides are the best available and may speak with a heavy accent. Souvenir shops accept USD cash and credit cards.

Explore the history and culture of one of the world's smallest capital cities during this scenic and informative walking tour of Malé.


Malé is the heart of the nation, and the centre of government and commerce of the Maldives. As you take in the local sights and sounds, your guide will inform you about the island's history and culture, and point out the best sites of interest in town.


After tendering ashore and meeting your guide quayside, your walking tour of Malé commences with a visit to the bustling fish, vegetable and fruit markets near the waterfront. After a taste of local life, your tour continues on towards the shopping area.


Local Market

The old bazaar and market area is the centre of wholesale and retail trade in the Maldives. The narrow lanes leading through the markets are packed with traders and bustling shoppers, leaving no room for vehicles to pass though.

Friday Mosque

Your next stop is at the 17th-century Friday Mosque, or 'Huskuru Miskiiy'. Malé's main mosque for nearly four centuries, the Friday Mosque was built in 1656 by Sultan Ibrahim Iskandhar. This intricate building is a masterpiece of coral carving, and a fine example of traditional Maldivian workmanship. After a brief stop at the mosque, your tour continues with a visit to the National Museum & Sultan Park.


National Museum & Sultan Park

Located in Sultan's Park, the National Museum is housed in the only remaining building of the former Sultan's Palace. This Colonial-style building is home to a wide array of historical artefacts and treasures. During your visit, you can view displays of thrones, ceremonial robes, headgear, and umbrellas used by Sultans, along with statues and other figures dating from 11th century.


Time-permitting, visits will also be made to the Presidential Palace and souvenir shops before returning to the ship.


Please note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking for approximately 500 metres (1640 feet) over uneven surfaces, including some steps. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Passengers must dress in accordance with Muslim traditions, and are required to cover-up the area from the shoulders to the knees. Sun protection, sun glasses and comfortable shoes are also recommended. We recommend guests bring water from the ship although refreshments are available for purchase at each guest's own expense. Guides are the best available and may speak with a heavy accent. Souvenir shops accept USD cash and credit cards.

Scenic Maldives – Photo Flight

Explore the history and culture of one of the world's smallest capital cities during this scenic and informative walking tour of Malé.


Malé is the heart of the nation, and the centre of government and commerce of the Maldives. As you take in the local sights and sounds, your guide will inform you about the island's history and culture, and point out the best sites of interest in town.


After tendering ashore and meeting your guide quayside, your walking tour of Malé commences with a visit to the bustling fish, vegetable and fruit markets near the waterfront. After a taste of local life, your tour continues on towards the shopping area.


Local Market

The old bazaar and market area is the centre of wholesale and retail trade in the Maldives. The narrow lanes leading through the markets are packed with traders and bustling shoppers, leaving no room for vehicles to pass though.

Friday Mosque

Your next stop is at the 17th-century Friday Mosque, or 'Huskuru Miskiiy'. Malé's main mosque for nearly four centuries, the Friday Mosque was built in 1656 by Sultan Ibrahim Iskandhar. This intricate building is a masterpiece of coral carving, and a fine example of traditional Maldivian workmanship. After a brief stop at the mosque, your tour continues with a visit to the National Museum & Sultan Park.


National Museum & Sultan Park

Located in Sultan's Park, the National Museum is housed in the only remaining building of the former Sultan's Palace. This Colonial-style building is home to a wide array of historical artefacts and treasures. During your visit, you can view displays of thrones, ceremonial robes, headgear, and umbrellas used by Sultans, along with statues and other figures dating from 11th century.


Time-permitting, visits will also be made to the Presidential Palace and souvenir shops before returning to the ship.


Please note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking for approximately 500 metres (1640 feet) over uneven surfaces, including some steps. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Passengers must dress in accordance with Muslim traditions, and are required to cover-up the area from the shoulders to the knees. Sun protection, sun glasses and comfortable shoes are also recommended. We recommend guests bring water from the ship although refreshments are available for purchase at each guest's own expense. Guides are the best available and may speak with a heavy accent. Souvenir shops accept USD cash and credit cards.

Snorkeling for a Cause

Explore the history and culture of one of the world's smallest capital cities during this scenic and informative walking tour of Malé.


Malé is the heart of the nation, and the centre of government and commerce of the Maldives. As you take in the local sights and sounds, your guide will inform you about the island's history and culture, and point out the best sites of interest in town.


After tendering ashore and meeting your guide quayside, your walking tour of Malé commences with a visit to the bustling fish, vegetable and fruit markets near the waterfront. After a taste of local life, your tour continues on towards the shopping area.


Local Market

The old bazaar and market area is the centre of wholesale and retail trade in the Maldives. The narrow lanes leading through the markets are packed with traders and bustling shoppers, leaving no room for vehicles to pass though.

Friday Mosque

Your next stop is at the 17th-century Friday Mosque, or 'Huskuru Miskiiy'. Malé's main mosque for nearly four centuries, the Friday Mosque was built in 1656 by Sultan Ibrahim Iskandhar. This intricate building is a masterpiece of coral carving, and a fine example of traditional Maldivian workmanship. After a brief stop at the mosque, your tour continues with a visit to the National Museum & Sultan Park.


National Museum & Sultan Park

Located in Sultan's Park, the National Museum is housed in the only remaining building of the former Sultan's Palace. This Colonial-style building is home to a wide array of historical artefacts and treasures. During your visit, you can view displays of thrones, ceremonial robes, headgear, and umbrellas used by Sultans, along with statues and other figures dating from 11th century.


Time-permitting, visits will also be made to the Presidential Palace and souvenir shops before returning to the ship.


Please note: This tour requires a moderate amount of walking for approximately 500 metres (1640 feet) over uneven surfaces, including some steps. This tour is not suitable for guests with limited mobility or those who utilise a wheelchair. Passengers must dress in accordance with Muslim traditions, and are required to cover-up the area from the shoulders to the knees. Sun protection, sun glasses and comfortable shoes are also recommended. We recommend guests bring water from the ship although refreshments are available for purchase at each guest's own expense. Guides are the best available and may speak with a heavy accent. Souvenir shops accept USD cash and credit cards.

Hotels in Male

PRE CRUISE SIMPLY HOTEL HULHULE ISLAND

Hulhule Island Hotel is set in a heavenly ambiance of turquoise blue waters that offer breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean. Relax on the sandy white beach or enjoy the various water sports or golf putting. Guest can indulge with a visit to the spa to rejuvenate as it provides you with invigorating body and mind relaxing spa treatments.

Our Simply Hotel selection is the perfect choice for those who want a centrally located setting from which to discover - or rediscover - the city. Rooms in these 4.5 and 5-star properties are generally Standard Double or King rooms that provide comfortable accommodations and superior service for those who wish to extend their trip with a cultural or shopping experience in some of the world's most iconic cities.

For your convenience, we can easily organise transfers between the airport and hotel or between the hotel and the pier so that you only have to decide how much or how little you wish to do.

Hotel brands that we consistently feature include Intercontinental, JW Marriott, Fairmont or the Conrad Group.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.