H78 Group has made a donation of 5000 masks to the National Boating Association of Maldives. H78 is a boutique hotel located in Hulhumale’ within great airport proximity.

During a function held yesterday afternoon at H78, Hulhumale’, CEO of H78 Group, Afaaf Abdul Majeed handed over the masks to NBAM’s President Ahmed Afrah. H78 has described the generous donation as their small ways of giving back to the community.

H78 is located just 15 minutes drive from Velana International airport. The hotel is accessible by a 30 minutes drive from the Capital city of Male’. The beachfront hotel is ideally located across from the white sandy beaches and the turquoise blue waters of Hulhumale’. Scuba diving, snorkeling, and fishing can be arranged by the hotel upon request by guests.

The hotel is an ideal choice for leisure and business guests alike. H78 coordinates with guests’ next destination to ensure a hassle-free transit journey and provide free to and from the airport. The bright rooms at the hotel have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and minibars. Additionally, upgraded rooms add espresso machines, balconies, and sea views. The hotel offers room service 24/7. Likewise, rooms include complimentary bottled water and hair dryers alongside daily housekeeping.

Earlier this week, National Boating Association of Maldives (NBAM) together with the Ministry of Tourism, Housing Development Corporation Ltd. (HDC), Health Protection Agency (HPA) team, and Maldives Police Service established the first PCR Sampling Station in Hulhumale’ for passengers departing from Safari Vessels.

The COVID-19 cases in the Maldives are predominantly based in the Capital City of Male’. COVID-19 has had an immense impact on the socio-economic lives of Maldivians and all those associated with its tourism industry. Any sudden changes to the Maldives’ risk level have a significant impact on the industry’s ability to attract visitors and therefore, the rest of the economy.