Holidaymakers will be able to visit the Maldives once again from July 15. The Maldives Government is preparing to reopen the country’s borders, after the Covid-19 lockdown put a hold on all tourism activities in the island nation.
Travelling post-coronavirus to the Maldives is likely to be a very different experience, but this shouldn’t mean you can’t still enjoy that longed-for break in the sun. It’s still possible to dream and plan that perfect escape to the Maldives.
As countries around the world are easing lockdowns, you might be thinking when will be the right time to prepare for your Maldives holiday. Maldives government has announced that the coronavirus situation in the country is under control.
As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps the world, the Maldives has continued to implement strict measures to prevent the spread of the illness and keep people safe. A handful of resorts remain open and some tourists are isolating in long-stay.
During our holiday in Keyodhoo, at the Guest House Maakanaa White Lodge, we could make several excursions, since our stay at this guest house lasted two weeks.
Anbaraa is a little desert island and it’s situated about an hour by boat from Keyodhoo, to the south-west, on the west side of the Vaavu Atoll. It’s consider
Bodomohoraa was the first desert island we visited this year, it is located on the south of the Vaavu Atoll. We left at 9:00 from Keyodhoo, with our Guest Hous
For the first time this year I traveled to the Maldives with Etihad Airways, afterwards an advantageous offer I had found on the web last September (it was the