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One of the safest destinations to travel to - The Maldives

Updated: Dec 24, 2021

There is no doubt the Maldives could be considered a heaven on earth for vacations. What's more, it is also one of the best places to travel to during and after COVID-19. Here are the reasons why.

At present, Maldives borders are open. Travellers with a negative PCR test taken less than four days before travel can enter the Maldives with no quarantine requirements.

The unique geographical formation of the Maldives offers a natural physical distancing. Its one-island-one-resort concept provides plenty of space one needs during these times.

The heaven for vacations

Apart from just a laidback holiday, the Maldives offers many good reasons to visit, from a diving holiday to a spa holiday or a wedding holiday. Also, trips to the Maldives aren’t just for couples, they are great for family holidays as well since many resorts provide an abundance of family and kids' activities. In addition, there are also many exceptional experiences that are worth trying when visiting this amazing destination.

Underwater Restaurant

A first of its kind, a fully submerged, underwater restaurant that gives diners a view of the Maldives’ breathtaking marine environment, as they enjoy a delicious meal.

Beach Bubble Tent

The transparent inflatable bubble is a unique, inspiring environment where guests can enjoy an incredible, closer-to-nature experience - without compromising on high-spec design and luxurious creature comforts.

Underwater Suite

Located 16 feet below the sea level of the Indian Ocean, sleep in a panoramic view submarine villa with beautiful corals and tropical fish. Each room is equipped with a bedroom, living space and bathroom.

Underwater Flying Experience

In a world exclusive, underwater flying experience take up to two guests on a once-in-a-lifetime sub-aquatic "dive" exploration of theMaldives’ underwater world. With a professional pilot at the controls, passengers can explore theMaldivian waters down to a depth of 120 feet – all without getting wet.

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