Crown Tours - Maldives

Maldives is an archipelago of 26 atolls located southwest of Sri Lanka. The islands are in the center of the ancient maritime trade route where east meets the west. Maldives was known by many sobriquets. Ancient seafarers called Maldives ‘the flowers of the indies’, ‘Pearl necklace of the Indian Ocean’, ‘the cowry isles’ by Arab merchants and ‘the sunny side of life’ by present day tourists.

Established in 1985, Crown Tours Maldives is a subsidiary of Crown Company Pvt. Ltd., one of the most reputable businesses in the Maldives. The Crown & Champa Resorts operate 9 top quality resorts in the Maldives and 2 hotels in the Seychelles. Additionally, Crown Tours also work closely with selected partners in the Maldives, Seychelles and Mauritius to bring you the best deals and offers.

Our main focus is providing an outstanding Maldivian experience to our clients, as well as unmatched hospitality services that will meet and exceed their needs. Our mission is to provide you with a world-class travel experience with a Maldivian touch. As local agents, working closely with international tour operators we are able to arrange premium quality holidays that will help you experience the Maldives in a unique and unforgettable way. Our wide array of services caters to the unique needs of every single one of our clients and we strive to continuously offer an outstanding level of service that will turn your holiday to the Maldives into a treasured memory for a lifetime.


The Islamic Centre: The majestic Islamic Centre symbolizes Islam, the religious faith of the Maldives. A mosque for 5 thousand people, library and conference hall form part of the complex.

Mulee-aage: A beautiful former palace built around the turn of the 20th century. In later years it was used as a Presidential Palace.

Hukuru Miskiiy The Hukuru Miskiiy, the 17th century Friday Mosque is testimony to the ingenuity of Maldivian craftsman. Built of carved coral boulders and wood, it houses a minaret and coral stone tombs of royalty in the compound.

National Museum: Situated in the compound of the former Royal Palace, the Museum displays the best collection of artifacts depicting Maldivian history.

Fishermen's Market Fisheries have always been the lifeline of Maldives before Tourism. It still is the second largest industry that contributes to the economy. The Fishermen's market is the best place to see the rich bounty of the Maldivian seas on dry land.

Medhu ZiyaaraiLocated adjacent to Mulee-aage, the mausoleum was built as the final resting place of Abu-al Barakath Yusuf al Barbaree, who was the Moroccan scholar thought to have been the missionary to introduce Islam to the Maldives in the 12th Century.