These guidelines are designed to ensure the Maldives Traveller community is an enjoyable, inspiring and safe one for all our users.
Community mean all of the places on www.maldivestraveller.mv where users hang out and can contribute.
We may update these guidelines and recommend you check back once in a while. We'll also continue to introduce new community features which will fall under these guidelines.
Certain areas within www.maldivestraveller.mv may have their own guidelines. Please read these carefully and respect them.
You are responsible for your interactions with other users. We reserve the right, but have no obligation, to monitor disputes between you and other users.
These guidelines apply to all content you contribute as part of the Maldives Traveller community, including your profile.
Member posted content on www.maldivestraveller.mv reflects the opinions and experience of those users, not Maldives Traveller.
Be sincere in your contributions. Post with purpose - to inspire, enable or share with fellow travellers.
Respect that other people have different points of view, travel journeys, styles, budgets and confidence levels. Don’t take things personally and get to the ‘must look at pictures of kittens to calm down’ stage.
Welcome newcomers. We love it when another person catches the travel bug.
Be specific: When posting a recommendation, or a question, the more context and specificity you can give, the better for everyone. We can’t read your mind and we don’t want to misunderstand your motives.
Give feedback, to your fellow travellers, and us, in a helpful and constructive manner.
Keep it legal. Don’t get yourself into trouble by defaming others, posting porn, ticket scalping, plotting illegal activities, or posting other people’s private information.
Travellers – We let you add your own review to all the points of interest we list around the website. For fellow travellers to get maximum benefit, remember to make your review constructive, balanced and full of as much context as possible.