Good News for Indian Travelers – The Magnificent, Magical Maldives with over a thousand islands, scattered over a length of over 870 kilometers is once again happy to welcome all Indian tourists and visitors offering convenience, precautions and safety. Now, Indian tourists need a negative PCR test result within 96 hours, instead of 72 hours before departure from the first point of embarkation.

The government of Maldives has relaxed travel restrictions at all international airports in the Maldives for international travel after taking all precautionary measures against the spread of COVID-19.

EASE OF TRAVEL: Now Indian travelers planning to visit the Maldives can make the most of the new Maldives immigration rules. It granted an extension of the validity of the PCR test for Covid-19 presented on arrival in the Maldives by all travelers. All incoming tourists, including those who have completed the prescribed dose (s) of Covid-19 vaccine and have recovered from Covid-19 should now have a negative PCR test result for a sample taken 96 (ninety-six) hours, instead of 72 (seventy-two) hours, before departure from the first embarkation point. It would certainly provide greater convenience for those traveling to the Maldives.

To ensure the safety of all its visitors and tourists, the Maldives has also recently launched a campaign under the name of “I am vaccinated!” »With the aim of making the Maldives the first destination with a fully vaccinated tourism sector in the world. As of June 15, 2021, more than 96% of appeal employees received the first dose of the vaccine while 69% completed the full dose (s) of the prescribed COVID-19 vaccine.

The Maldives was indeed one of the first countries in the world to open its borders to international travelers. All travelers arriving in the Maldives with a confirmed reservation for a stay at a registered tourist establishment are granted a free 30-day visa upon arrival. There is no mandatory quarantine on arrival. The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has also awarded the Maldives ‘Travel Security Stamp’ in recognition of efforts to implement enhanced health and safety measures, in accordance with global travel security protocols. of the WTTC. It is not surprising that the world has noticed the immense priority placed on health, safety and well-being in the Maldives.

COMFORT & LUXURY: For a comfortable stay in the Maldives, you can choose from magnificent luxury resorts (154 at present), charming guest houses, a large assortment of cruise ships and hotels that adapt to different budgets. Cruises are a perfect option if you want to sightsee, interact with marine life, or have the opportunity to see a variety of islands during your stay. holiday.

The Maldives are truly something special – “A Garland of Islands” made up of over a thousand islands of all shapes, shapes and sizes. An incredibly unique destination in its natural geography and formation, ensuring that every island is naturally socially distanced, providing an unprecedented level of safety, seclusion and comfort in these otherwise difficult times. This island nation has ensured a good balance between maintaining health, luxury and comfort with strict health and safety measures in place. A fully vaccinated tourism sector ensures that you spend your vacation in a safe, secure and free destination.

CAPTURE YOUR MEMORIES: Besides its natural beauty and heritage sites, the Maldives present unparalleled luxury. Every moment of your vacation will be worthy of an image. food at the edge of the lagoon while you enjoy the gentle sea breeze, the vast bluish green Indian Ocean embracing the horizon and the panoramic view of the marine life will give you a new feeling of calm, serenity and tranquility. The islands of the Maldives will also thrill you with varied water options sports and adventure activities such as kayaking, canoeing, sea surfing, jet skiing, snorkelling, etc.

The perfect, adventurous and vibrant experiences in the Maldives will indeed mesmerize a traveler. The Maldives welcomes all Indian tourists to one of the safest travel destinations in the world.

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