Maldives Stays

The Maldives is indeed a safe place to visit

Posted on: 5/16/2021, 10:02:13 AM
Visitors from India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan have been temporarily barred from visiting World's Leading Destination 2020. Travelers who have spent more than 24 hours in transit in the countries are also subject to the ban. Despite this, the Maldives continues to be a #SafeHaven for tourists. The nation is open to travelers from all over the world, who are given a 30-day free on-arrival visa.
With 1192 islands strewn around an 871-kilometer stretch of ocean, the Maldives is a naturally self-isolated paradise. The risk of infection is greatest on residential islands and in the capital, so you won't have to worry about local spread into your resort if you rest there. Any resort must also have on-site medical officers who have completed HPA-certified COVID-19 administration, isolation protocols, and sampling instruction.
Visit Maldives has launched the "I'm Vaccinated" program to encourage tourism industry employees to get vaccinated. The main goal is to make the Maldives the world's first completely vaccinated tourism market. Employees in the tourism industry have been completely vaccinated in 48 percent of cases, with 97 percent receiving the first dose of the vaccine. This initiative raises the destination's profile in the global market and assures visitors that the Maldives is indeed one of the best places on the planet. The average number of visitor COVID cases stands at 0.27 percent of total arrivals (from period of 1st January 2021 to 12th May 2021). Travelers from all around the world will benefit from the initiative.