With its breathtaking landscapes and colorful islands, the Maldive Islands is a popular tourist destination.
But with more than 5 million people visiting each year, there’s a demand for a truly global tour.
Here’s what you need to know about online tour packages and how to choose one.
Tour packages from the Maldivian government are a great way to experience the island nation and the island’s rich history.
There are two options: The Maldives Tourism Authority (MTIA) offers online tours, which are offered by an organization called Maldivi Touristic Association.
The MTIA’s website is hosted by a French company, and there are no fees or registration fees.
Tour packages offered by other companies vary widely.
Some offer only one tour.
Others offer two.
MTIA has recently introduced a new, more affordable online tour package that includes a three-night cruise for $7,500 ($12,000 in 2016).
It costs about $30 per person.
Travel and lodging are included.
For the first-time traveler, a $2,500 (about $5,000, 2016) option is a great option.
For $1,000 (about £600), a two-night tour is a nice option.
The option for a three night tour is the most affordable, with a $4,000 price tag.
You can also choose a three day cruise, which costs $1.5 million (about €1.7 million, 2016).
There are several cruise options available, including a one-way trip for $5 million ($6.7-7.5-million, 2016), a round trip, which runs from $12,300 ($13,300, 2016); and a four-day cruise for about $20 million ($23.5-$24.5, 2016, including two nights in the Maldivista Resort and Spa.
A four-night stay in the city of Banjul, which is on the Maldibri Peninsula, costs about €10,000 ($12-15,000).
The Maldives’ tourism agency, MTIA, has made its website the go-to destination for tourists and residents alike.
MTIVA has a dedicated website and offers a range of packages for tourists to choose from.
Some of the packages are for groups of five or more.
A single tour is $2.50 per person (about AU$3.30), and three tours are $6.50 (about US$8.20).
Tour packages are available in the U.S. and Canada.
MTIC has a Facebook page where visitors can ask questions, discuss the tour packages, and rate them.
It’s a good place to get the word out.
There are a few different ways to book online.
The U.K.-based company, TourismDirect, offers a variety of online tour options.
You select a package, and the company will send you an email with your booking confirmation and instructions on how to book.
You don’t have to register to book the tour, and you can book it with a credit card, debit card, or PayPal account.
TripAdvisor has a website where you can view ratings and reviews.
TripAdvisor reviews are not verified, but you can get an idea of the reviews by looking at the number of “stars” it gives.
The number means the company has an “A” rating for the tour.
Tripadvisor does not charge a booking fee, but it does charge a $25 per day fee to cover the cost of hosting and maintaining the website.
There’s a $200 fee for booking online.
There’s also a travel website, which has the option to book a hotel stay, and a car rental website, where you may choose to rent a car.
Travel websites offer a variety and range of options, and some are more cost-effective than others.
Most travel companies have online tour sites, but some do not.
Some travel agencies have a dedicated online site for people who do not want to use TripAdvisors.
Some do not provide online tours for the public.
Some hotels do not offer car rentals, and hotels have to rent cars.
Some rental companies offer a car reservation system.
Some car rental companies also offer online tour opportunities.
Many travel websites offer car rental options for guests, but there’s no car rental option for the general public.
A tour package from Travel Direct.
Travelling online is an inexpensive way to explore the Maldian Peninsula, and many travelers choose to book an online tour, rather than a car or plane.
The cost of booking a tour package is relatively low, and it offers the opportunity to stay in one of the many unique and charming island cities of the Maldifias.
There is a wide range of online tours available, ranging from three-day cruises to five-night stays.
If you decide to book, you’ll need to register with the MTIA website.
The company offers a $10