The lowest fare found to Male (MLE) was £609 with Swiss, the cheapest direct flight was £788 with British Airways, while Business Class was £2241 with Alitalia. The fares shown here are the lowest flight prices to Male obtained in actual searches by Just The Flight customers. To search and book flights to Male in 2019 and 2020, please enter your requirements and click the search button above.
Male is the capital of the Maldives, a small island crowded with executives and holidaymakers. Male offers exceptional scuba diving and snorkelling for families and leisure travellers.
The Maldives are a bustling location with an international airport in Male and plenty of businesses to keep one busy. Male is quirky in that the bars are alcohol-free, yet it is also a lively place in the markets and shopping options are wide and varied.
Leisure travellers often come to the Maldives and Male because of its island location in the Indian Ocean. All of the islands in the Maldives are represented by white sand, coral reefs, and green palm trees. Sunset cruises and island hopping to an uninhabited island offer plenty of privacy and entertainment. Newly married couples or retirees looking to recapture their youth can come to Male and the Maldives for some adventure.
Banana Reef is in the North Male Atoll, where snorkellers may see grey reef sharks, whale sharks, sting rays, and plenty of tropical fish. Bannerfish and squirrelfish are two types of tropical fish common to Banana Reef. The reef has numerous caves, soft coral, and overhangs to dive or snorkel around. To get to the reefs, you will need to drive out of Male’s city centre.
Remaining in the city centre offers the National Museum of Male, day or overnight cruises, and plenty of spas. The spas overlook the ocean in treatment rooms with glass bottoms.
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