As the world is battling against the Covid-19 pandemic, a sense of normalcy is hovering over some aspects of our lives. Maldives is considered as one of the safest destinations to visit primarily due to its physically distant tourists resorts and safety measures in place, giving confidence to tourists.
It is indeed the time to visit Maldives as the destination is one of the safest tourist destinations in the world.
The Maldives has made it compulsory for tourists to present an on arrival PCR negative Certificate from 10th September. According to the sources, the government is expecting an influx of around 120,000 tourists starting from September until the end of the year, making the total estimated figures to 500,000 tourist arrivals (in total) for the entire year.
As a precautionary measure to curb the spreading of COVID-19 outbreak in the Maldives, the Indian ocean tourist destination ceased on-arrival visa to all tourists from 27th March 2020. Since the borders reopened on 15th July, the tourist arrivals have increased consistently.