If you are looking for a place full of nature and exotic wonders, then travel to Maldives is your best choice. These are a series of islands that are located in the south of India. It should be noted that of 2000 islands, only 87 are dedicated to tourism. You can get a resort for each island and an excellent temperature at any time of the year.
Traveling to the Maldives is ideal for those couples who want to disconnect for a few days and for the adventure lovers. The beaches are the biggest charm of this town, although you can find the popular Malé market or monuments such as a memorial for victims of the 2014 Tsunami. In the same way, there are pleasant promenades, full of exquisite gastronomy.
If you are traveling to this destination, you cannot miss the “Mas Huni ” salad, which features tuna, coconut, chili, lemon and onion, along with traditional bread called “Roshi”. Contrary to what you may believe, this is the breakfast. You can find rooms on the sand, which are truly exotic, as well as luxurious villas on the water, which offer you direct access to the sea. Contemplating the sunrise from there is an experience that will remain in your memory forever.
There are many natural wonders to see in Maldives, but diving is one of the biggest attractions. You can enjoy watching turtles, manta rays, barracudas and other exotic fishes. Sometimes you might watch sharks.
When you arrive on the island you can take a short course so you can prepare for this unforgettable adventure. It should be noted that traveling to the Maldives at present is highly recommended, since you will be in a COVID-Free destination.
Our recommendation: Stay at the Sheraton Maldives Full Moon *****, located right next to the beach, just 7 kilometers from the airport.
Get to know the destination in a different way through a unique experience.
Visit the most iconic places and be amazed by the culture, history and tradition.
There is NO mandatory quarantine on arrival to the Maldives.
For non-tourist visitors travelling to an inhabited island, you are required to undergo self-quarantine of 14 days upon arrival at the island.
To ensure the safety of all, the Health Protection Agency (HPA) has made it a mandatory requirement for all tourists to present a Negative result for a nucleic acid test (PCR test) for Covid-19 on arrival effective 10th September 2020. The sample for the said test must be taken not more than 96 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure from the first port of embarkation en route to the Maldives. However, please be informed that infants aged less than one-year-old are exempted from the aforementioned testing requirement.
For complete information, please check: https://www.tourism.gov.mv/covid19