Maldives approved the opening dates of tourists facilities
Maldives has updated its traveling restriction guidelines on July 29, 2021. The island nation of Maldives will allow tourists from India to visit for non-essential travel as per the covid- guidelines issued by the island nation. The opening up of the outskirt comes as a piece of reliving news for those who want to travel to the Maldives as the island nation is one of the most favorite tourist destinations.
According to the Maldives Ministry of Tourism (MoT), people arriving in the island nation will no longer be required to undergo the mandatory quarantine on arrival which includes the people who have completed both the doses of covid-19 vaccines. The tourists have to carry a negative RT-PCR report which should not be more than 96 hours old before they arrive in the country.
Even though the travelers are excited about the reopening of Maldives, the actual tourist’s number will increase from mid of August as these are early days. The flight connectivity is limited nowadays but by the second week of August, there will be more flight options from Mumbai, Bangalore, and Delhi.
When you are traveling to the Maldives choose a resort or island that follows all covid guidelines, has its staff fully vaccinated, and ensures that there is a good medical facility that can handle emergencies.
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