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Maldives has teamed up with a photographer from Russia

Posted on: 3/23/2021, 8:58:32 AM
Visit Maldives welcomed a well-known photographer from National Geographic Russia to create a physical photo show to advertise the destination. From March 18 to March 29, 2021, the photographer will fly across the Maldives. The exhibition will focus on the Maldives' peculiar geographical formation.
During their two-week stay in the Maldives, the photographer will feature at Diamonds Athuruga Beach and Water Villas, W Maldives, Plumeria Maldives, White Lagoon Fehendhoo, and the liveaboard Scuba Spa. A total of 32 photographs will be displayed in Moscow, with 16 of them still being displayed in St. Petersburg. The aim of Visit Maldives is to encourage and showcase the Maldives' culture, customs, history, and local island experience. Several plans are in the works to promote the Maldives to Russians in the near future.
In partnership with Expedia, Visit Maldives is launching a global campaign targeted at Russia. The Maldives' second-largest source market is Russia. On July 15, 2020, the Maldives reopened its borders to visitors of all nationalities. To ensure the welfare of visitors and tourism staff, strict protocols have been put in place.

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