OK, so maybe don’t completely forget about Croatia because it is stunning – but it’s kinda been done, right?
And if COVID has taught us anything, it’s to social distance – and you can certainly do that on a Maldives Island Hopper tour from Koda Sail!
The Maldives lay approximately 700 kilometres from mainland Asia – or 11 hours from Sydney & London & 17 hours from the USA, which is where Koda Sail’s main demographic come from.
Agreed, it’s not the easiest place to get to. But it’s totally worth it. And trust us – we’ve spent a week at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, so we know what we’re talking about.
Let’s just say it’s your ultimate bucket list trip. While most under 35’s are hitting up Ibiza or partying in Amsterdam, Koda Sail passengers are living life to the fullest on a seven-night Malé to Malé island-hopping week of a lifetime.
We’re talking lunch on a sandbank in the middle of the ocean, scuba-diving shipwrecks, dolphin spotting, cocktails by the pool, boat parties and watching the sunrise from a secluded beach.
It’s truly epic.
Unlike sailing Croatia tours, the Koda Sail Maldives Island Hopper offers land-based accommodation with speed boat transfers between the South Ari Atoll, Vaavu Atoll & Kaafu Atoll.
By eliminating the cruise element of the tour, Koda Sail maximises your time exploring each stunning island, partaking in excursions, or just relaxing and soaking up the beauty of the Maldives.
Unfortunately, you won’t be staying in those fancy water bungalows the Maldives is famous for. Instead, Koda Sail has selected the best local hotels all centrally located offering high levels of service and amenities.
In other words. You’ll be staying in three and four-star beachfront hotels – and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that!
2021 and 2022 dates are yet to be confirmed, so right now, Koda Sail is asking those interested to submit their enquiry online and they’ll get back to you with availability and fares for your chosen departure.