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Measures Taken By Maldives Resorts For a Safer Holiday Experience

Guests enjoying the crystal clear waters of Maldives in Veligandu Maldives.
The Maldives has opened its borders on 15th July 2020 to all global travelers with no restrictions. With extensive safety measures.

The Maldives has opened its borders on 15th July 2020 to all global travelers with no restrictions. But how safe is the Maldives for you to travel? What we know is you can definitely enjoy the full sunny side of life experience right now. Pack your bags if you are ready to start sipping cocktails on the beach and go dipping in the crystal-clear waters with no worries!

Discover how some of the Maldives resorts and resort operators are responding to the ‘new normal’ by taking measures to keep holidaymakers safe.

  • Fast contactless check-in available prior arrival to resort via Mobile APP

Resort operator Crown & Champa Resorts announced an extensive list of safety measures taken at the properties, have a look at the Crown & Champa Resorts Health and Safety Guidelines here. Guests arriving at the hotel operator’s properties can access reservation info via App. Guests can also reach room service and receive digital key to access room via the mobile application.

  • Enhanced cleaning protocols in place which include ULV treatment

Ayada Maldives has enhanced measures taken at the Resort when guests arrive. The measures will give holidaymakers the peace of mind, allowing them to sit back and enjoy the island paradise! Find out the safety procedures taken by the resort here.

  • Resident Medical Doctor on-site certified by HPA

All Maldives resorts will have an on-site resident medical doctor certified by the Health Protection Agency (HPA).

  • Dedicated sanitation team to frequently disinfect and sanitize all public areas

At Sum Siyam Resorts a dedicated sanitation team has been employed to frequently disinfect and sanitize all public areas. Sun Siyam Resorts will be using Ecolab cleaning products which are environmentally friendly and comply with the WHO and Maldives government guidelines. Find out more information on Sun Siyam Cares programme here.

  • Dedicated Safety manager responsible for the communication regarding COVID-19 measures

Every Resort will have a dedicated safety manager responsible for the communication and compliance regarding COVID-19 measures and issues.

  • All entrances to key areas will be equipped with touchless hand sanitizer dispensers

Coco Collection has announced new operational standards vetted by Bureau Veritas. Bureau Veritas is a world leader in testing, inspections and certification. Two Coco Collection Properties; Coco Bodu Hithi and Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu is slated to open on 1st August 2020. Check out the Coco Safe Pledge by clicking here.

  • Adequate stock of medically certified PPE (Masks, Gloves, Face Shields, Gowns, Caps and Boots or Boot Covers)

All resorts in the Maldives will maintain an adequate stock of medically certified PPE.

Further enhanced features has been put in place by multiple properties for a safe and relaxed getaway in the tropical paradise of Maldives.

The Maldives is geographically distributed in a concept where it is naturally in a one island one resort concept, which helps maintain the safety as guests will have their own privacy and away from the mass population of the locals. This makes the archipelago one of the most safest destination a person could travel within the new normal period. As more and more resorts announcing the opening dates, it is mandatory to maintain the international regulation of safety standards and standards created by the local authorities.

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