The Maldives is a beautiful country without many nightlife attractions. However, there are some bars and restaurants that stay open late for those looking to grab a drink or two. The most famous of these establishments is the Public House in Malé – where you can enjoy live music on weekends. There are also other options like the Coco’s Bar, which offers food as well as alcohol service until midnight or later. This blog post will tell you about all the local spots with great ambiance perfect for your experience in this tropical paradise!
Here are Something To Do at Night in the Maldives
Grab a drink and listen to live music at Manta Ray Café or The Deck Bar.
Hang out with your friends and family on one of our beach resorts (we can arrange this upon request).
Take an evening boat cruise around the island, stopping along the way for snacks and cocktails.
Explore underwater life on a night dive tour of Gaafu Alifu Atoll or visit schools of fish from within a glass-bottom boat in Malé City’s harbor.
Enjoy a romantic dinner on the beach (with prices between US$100 and US$200 per couple).
Watch the sun set from your villa’s private terrace (prices start at $1,000 per night). Have fun dancing to DJ music.
Lounge with a book and a beer in our libraries.
Have an enjoyable day of kite surfing or windsurfing (prices start at $35 per hour for windsurfing and around $50 per hour for kitesurfing).
Take breathtaking aerial shots with a camera drone! Or just sit back, relax, watch surfers ride waves up to 100 feet high during low tide—awesome!
Some more actually available options for staying active during the day:
Excursions/tours: Even if you had unlimited funds, there’s simply not enough time to visit all resorts scattered around the entire country within one week. Also, note that excursions are generally only possible from Thursday through Sunday or vice versa (exactly as stated by their article). So unless you plan your trip so precisely, excursion-based activities are basically out of the question.
Ocean Kayaking: Again, even if money were no object your allocated 5 days would still be far too little time to explore the country. You probably could find some options between resorts that are on the same island, but then you’d have to pay additional transfers costs for this which would quickly add up. Also note again that most resorts arrange kayaking for all guests regardless of whether they know how to do it or not – so no novelty there either.
Diving: Again only possible on certain days and at specific times not an option unless you plan your trip extremely precisely (and even then you’re still severely limited by weather conditions).
Sailing/boating: A bit more flexible than scuba diving but again only available on certain days/times – also unlikely any private boat owner is going to be willing to take a complete stranger out on their personal boat.
Fishing: Either done from a resort’s pier/beach or if you’re really lucky with a local fisherman – otherwise arrange but highly unlikely to be alone, and no novelty.
There are plenty of things to do at night in the Maldives, but it all depends on what you’re looking for. If you’re up for some beach time and want something active, try surfing or snorkeling. For a more relaxed evening, head over to one of many resorts that offer live music performances by local artists or DJs! Have any questions about these options? Give us a call today- we’d love to help get your trip off on the right foot so you can enjoy everything this beautiful country has to offer.
Who is Fun Island Maldives?
Fun Island Maldives focuses on traveling the world and experiencing everything there is to know about The Maldives, a picture-perfect archipelago situated in the middle of the Indian Ocean and home to 1,190+ tiny coral islands! This amazing country is famous for the beauty it possesses and is celebrated as one of the best travel destinations in the world. For first-timers, traveling to the country will be very exciting but at the same time, there is so much more to look forward to and understand beyond the exotic lifestyles.