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Flights from Chicago to the Maldives are as Low as $675 for a Roundtrip

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Flights from Chicago to the Maldives are as low as $675 for a roundtrip between October 2021 and April 2022 with Etihad Airways.

Flights from Chicago to the Maldives are as low as $675 for a roundtrip between October 2021 and April 2022 with Etihad Airways. The dates do exclude Christmas and New Year.

If you’re in Chicago, you better hurry up and book your flight to the Maldives before the prices go higher. The island archipelago is one of the few destinations in the world to relax and enjoy a holiday without having to worry about COVID-19 restrictions. As resorts in the Maldives are on their very own private island, isolation comes naturally for holidaymakers.

Maldives is a popular destination for travellers from the US. According to statistics, 15,624 travellers from the US visited the Maldives between 1st January 2021 and 9th January 2021.

Crowned as the World’s Leading Destination in 2020, the Maldives has revolutionized how people can vacation in the new normal. While there are budget-friendly resorts in the Maldives, you can choose a guesthouse to spend your holiday if you are on a very tight budget, but would still like to experience the sunny side of life.

Also read: 11 Misconceptions about the Maldives

Travellers from anywhere in the world can visit the Maldives with no restrictions. All nationalities will receive a tourist visa upon their arrival in the Maldives. Likewise, anyone coming to the island archipelago as a tourist will not require pre-approval for the visa. Check out the basic entry requirements to get immigration clearance HERE.

Temporarily, the Maldives Immigration suspended entry for tourists from South Asian countries. This means tourists from India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are barred from visiting the tropical holiday destination. Once the COVID-19 situation eases, travellers from these countries will be able to visit the Maldives as well.

By the end of May 2021, Maldives surpassed 450,000 tourist arrivals. The island nation aims to welcome 1.5 million tourists this year.

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Canareef Resort Maldives Goes Green: Embracing Solar Panels for a Sustainable Future

The Maldives has been moving towards embracing a more sustainable future, and here is Canareef Resort Maldives' contribution!

Canareef Resort Maldives just took a bold move towards embracing a more sustainable future for the resort. The resort has just announced its initiative to install 720 solar panels on the property, marking a significant step in reducing its carbon footprint.

The final installation process for the solar panels is scheduled to be completed within one month. With this, Canareef Resort Maldives will be taking a major step towards environmental stewardship and responsible tourism practices. Upon completion, the solar panels are projected to generate an impressive 400kw of power. This will be a major contribution towards the resort’s energy needs.

This initiative extends beyond the guest area, as the solar panels cover the resort as well. With the solar panels, Canareef Resort Maldives will have a renewable energy source for various operations throughout the resort. In addition to this being a step towards sustainable tourism in the country, this will also integrate sustainability into the guest experience. Upon completion, the solar panels will provide sustainable energy to everything from the accommodation to the recreational facilities as well.

Additionally, the solar panels are also expected to reduce 10% of the fuel consumption at Canareef Resort Maldives.

About Canareef Resort Maldives

Canareef Resort Maldives is located in the southernmost atoll of the Maldives. This resort offers guests 271 beach villas, 2 restaurants, and three bars to enjoy. The resort is surrounded by turquoise waters, and 25 different dive spots guests can explore. Additionally, historical sites are abundant and protected areas guests can learn about as well.

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