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More Resorts in Maldives to Open its Doors to Tourists In July

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The President of Maldives, Ibrahim Mohamed Salih announcing of the Border opening for 15th July. With more resorts announcing opening dates.

As the country moves further from the restrictions and since announcing of opening the border for tourists, more preparations has been undergoing to welcome tourists in aiming to achieve government’s ambitious target of 850,000 tourists for 2020. 

Maldives closed its border for tourists on 27th March 2020 as a precaution to control Covid19 spread within the country. Domestic airlines such as Flyme halted operations and some of the resorts were closed almost immediately with an opening date for July. However as the President of Maldives, Ibrahim Mohamed Salih announcing of the Border opening for 15th July, more and more resorts have been sharing the news of opening the resort doors to guests. With it, the government also have shared a comprehensive guideline which was prepared with the industry stake holders and health experts to ensure health and safety will not be compromised with the tourist movements. 

Here is a list of operational resorts and recent opening announcements made by resorts and the Ministry of Tourism :

  1. Four Seasons Private Island Maldives at Voavah ( In operation )
  2. Four Seasons Resorts Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru ( In operation )
  3. Lily Beach Resort ( In operation )
  4. LUX* North Male` Atoll ( In operation )
  5. Oblu By Atmosphere at Helengeli ( In operation )
  6. Soneva Fushi Resort ( In operation )
  7. Angsana Resort & Spa Maldives – Velavaru ( In operation )
  8. Velaa Private Island Maldives ( In operation )
  9. Olhuveli Beach & Spa  
  10. Cocoon Maldives  
  11. You & Me Maldives  
  12. Furaveri Maldives  
  13. Cinnamon Hakuraa Huraa Maldives
  14. Amilla Fushi Maldives  
  15. Paradise Island Resort 
  16. Amaya Kuda Rah Maldives
  17. Ellaidhoo Maldives By Cinnamon
  18. Fihaalhohi Island Resort
  19. Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa
  20. Gangehi Island Resort
  21. Grand Park Kohdhipparu Maldives
  22. Hard Rock Hotel
  23. Kudafushi Resort & Spa
  24. Mercure Maldives Kooddoo
  25. Noku Maldives
  26. Oblu Select by Atmosphere at Sangeli
  27. Olhuvelhi Beach and Spa Maldives
  28. One & Only Reethi Rah, Maldives
  29. Rahaa Resort
  30. Saii Lagoon
  31. Soneva Jani
  32. Taj – Coral reef Resort & Spa
  33. Taj Exotica Resort and Spa
  34. The Residence Maldives at Dhigurah
  35. Twin Island Resort
  36. Angsana Resort & Spa Maldives – Ihuru
  37. Ayada Maldives
  38. Banyan Tree Maldives Vabbinfaru
  39. Constance Halaveli
  40. Dhiggiri Tourist Resort
  41. Raddison Blue Resort
  42. Varu Island Resort

While resorts are opening their doors to tourists, Airlines has been busy scheduling and pushing their updates of the newly added routes. As such, Etihad Airways added Maldives among its 15th New routes to fly from 16th of July.  Etihad Airways is expected to fly more than 40 destinations worldwide throughout July. 

Emirates also announced resuming Maldives routes from 16th July initially with 05 weekly flights to Male’. With Maldives route Emirates will be flying to 52 destinations in July which will allow passengers to conveniently connect from different parts of the world. 

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