Oh, who wouldn’t kill for the sun and blue waves in the midst of this fiasco! We all crave a great vacation and it seems like every time you refresh your Facebook page 5 people are getting married and 3 people are reaching the Maldives for a pandemic vacation. And why not? It’s just the perfect destination that’s convenient, hassle-free and not too far away, and breathtaking from all angles. Whether it’s a honeymoon destination or just a relaxing getaway from the confinement blues, a week in the Maldives is the perfect vacation for any beach junkie. banjara the low.

There is (almost) no coronavirus in the Maldives

Here's why travel enthusiasts are flocking to the Maldives amid COVID fear

the The Maldives are probably safer than your own building. No one can enter the country without a negative COVID test result, and no one can fly if they test positive. This means that you are only allowed to take the flight to the Maldives if you produce a negative report from the RT PCR test carried out up to 72 hours after departure and while you are in the resort you undergo another test 2 days before the return flight. So you will only hang out with people who test negative for COVID and relax in the ‘coldest’ way possible. Not that you even need to hang out with another stranger in the paradise of white sands and sapphire blue ocean.

Use all that locked-in travel fund

Here's why travel enthusiasts are flocking to the Maldives amid COVID fear

To be fair, you’ve saved more than enough this year being primarily at home. Your travel fund should be inflated now. Let’s start 2021 with a bang and a resolution to travel safely and with the greatest panache. Why not buy a second pair of swimsuits and get those tickets for yourself as a Christmas present for yourself? Well you’ve been a good girl / boy this year after all.

Hassle-free, visa on arrival

Here's why travel enthusiasts are flocking to the Maldives amid COVID fear

This is one of the best aspects of planning a trip to the Maldives. Tourist visa is granted for all nationalities upon arrival in the Maldives. Which means that as a tourist you don’t have to worry about getting pre-approved for the visa. However, the person must meet the basic entry requirements to obtain an immigration clearance upon arrival. This is one of the main reasons why travelers jump on the next flight to the Maldives whenever they get the chance. And to be honest, since you have the flexibility to work from anywhere, why not work from the Maldives for a week?

The Maldives are the hottest destination right now, hands down!

Here's why travel enthusiasts are flocking to the Maldives amid COVID fear

Starting in September, we saw Bollywood stars like Katrina Kaif, Tiger Shroff, Varun Dhawan and Tapsee Pannu flock to the luxury resorts of the Maldives and sizzle the golden beaches with their Instagram worthy poses. Even Mouni Roy and Disha Patani are no exception when it comes to vacationing in the most perfect place in the world right now. It will be somewhat of an understatement to call the Maldives a hot destination. It’s more than that – the Maldives are gorgeous and sensual! It’s perfect weather in the Maldives now

Here's why travel enthusiasts are flocking to the Maldives amid COVID fear

Besides the luxurious beaches, pristine white sand beaches and the striking blue Indian Ocean, the period from December to April is the perfect time to visit the island paradise country. The average temperature in the Maldives varies between 29 ° C and 31 ° C during this period, making it the ideal seaside destination. The Maldives receives minimal rainfall during this time and also very less humidity between January and April. So you won’t get burnt by the heat, but you can enjoy the sun in all its golden splendor.

You won’t be around strangers at all

Here's why travel enthusiasts are flocking to the Maldives amid COVID fear

By now you have heard that the island nation of Maldives has a brilliant concept of ‘one island, one resort’ which means that travelers visiting the Maldives are confined to the resort they are staying at. This is a good thing for a lot of reasons. First, you don’t have to travel an hour to get to the beach or indulge in a fun water activity, or even to have a fancy dinner. Everything is there in the complex where you are staying. Second, your ocean or beach villa will make sure you stay away from your odd friends at the airport. If you choose a resort like Kandima, which is located on the largest island in Dhaalu Atoll, you may miss out on a lot of fun activities due to the lack of time and the relaxing atmosphere you will be pushed into. So, Kandima Maldives can actually fully satisfy you if you go for a good 5-6 days. From all types of water sports to delicious meals, from a beachfront spa experience to a super relaxing painting session, Kandima will excite a human of any age.

The Maldives are ultra-luxurious but not too expensive

Here's why travel enthusiasts are flocking to the Maldives amid COVID fear

The resorts of the Maldives are built from dreams. From my personal experience, Heritane Aarah and Kandima Maldives take the cake. While most resorts have similar offerings, they differ in their styles, some being more eclectic in nature, and some being extraordinarily serene and aesthetic. Kandima Maldives is a 30-minute seaplane ride from Male, followed by a 20-minute boat ride to the island. The Dream Resort offers oceanfront villas with endless, breathtaking tropical views, all for a price of approximately 2.78 lakes for two for 3 nights, meals, activities, and seaplane transfers included. As for Heritance Aarah, the overly indulgent and super luxurious 5 star resort in Raa Atoll, all inclusive rate for two for 5 nights, is a good 3.40 lake (approx).

The Maldives are amazingly beautiful

Here's why travel enthusiasts are flocking to the Maldives amid COVID fear

The islands of the Maldives are one of the few places on earth that everyone hopes to discover in their lifetime – and once you see it, you are forever wowed by its ethereal beauty. The Maldives surely has the Indian Ocean in all its charm, from lagoon-side villas to white sandy beaches to pink sunsets turning into golden skies. The beautiful archipelago is called a “tropical paradise” for a reason! With 99% of the Maldives covered by the sea, this is where you can see beautiful fish and corals, with over five thousand coral reefs and lots of colorful reef fish, corals and many other marine life that you can see underwater. And what about the view from above, it’s breathtaking!