It’s one of the smallest capital cities in the world, and it’s not known for being a centre of tourist attractions, but Malé in the Maldives has its fair share of sights and sounds to keep the casual visitor interested. Malé, a crowded speck in the Indian Ocean, is also one of the few opportunities foreigners get to experience authentic, everyday Maldivian life, away from the glitz and glamour of the resorts.
The Maldives is not known for being a cheap place to rest your head, but it certainly possible to see its intriguing capital for under $25 a day! With our guest post on eTramping.com, we’ll show you how – just click here!
Agness and Cez from eTramping.com are committed to experiencing the world as ‘tramps’; that is, living on the road for less than $25 a day (and, at a stretch, less than $10 a day!).