Can I Travel To Maldives?

CAN I TRAVEL TO MALDIVES?

 

An aerial shot of the sailing boat on the bright blue clear water with luscious greenery in view in the Maldives

Last Updated March 24th, 2022

Can I travel to The Maldives?

Yep! Travel is currently allowed to The Maldives! Island hopping and sailing the aqua blue waters is calling!

Can I enter The Maldives if I'm fully vaccinated?

If you’re fully vaccinated travellers and you are arriving into The Maldives, you must present a negative PCR test on arrival to the Maldives. The test must be taken and a negative PCR certificate must be issued no more than 96 hours prior to departure. You'll also need to fill in a Traveller Health Declaration form 48 hours before departure to and return from the Maldives.

Can I enter The Maldives if I'm not vaccinated/ not fully vaccinated?

If you are unvaccinated/not-fully vaccinated traveller, the rules are the same as if you are fully vaccinated. You must present a negative PCR test on arrival to the Maldives. The test must be taken and a negative PCR certificate must be issued no more than 96 hours prior to departure. You'll also need to fill in a Traveller Health Declaration form 48 hours before departure to and return from the Maldives.

Do I need a negative test to enter the Maldives?

Yes! All travellers, even those who are fully vaccinated, will need a negative PCR test to enter. You will also need to fill out a Traveller Health Declaration form.

Do I need a vaccine to enter The Maldives?

You do not need a vaccine to enter The Maldives.

Do I need to quarantine when entering The Maldives?

There is no quarantine for tourists arriving into the Maldives! Wahooo. Sooo since you can go to The Maldives now, get booking onto one of our tours and get some inspo below..

 

Do I need to quarantine when returning to the UK if I'm fully vaccinated?

 

If you're returning to the UK, there are literally no more travel restrictions on arrival so that's definitely good news. The UK government have removed all the entry requirements so that you no longer need to complete a UK passenger locator form before you travel to the UK from abroad, you don't need to take any COVID-19 tests before you travel or after you arrive and there is NO quarantine when you arrive back into the UK. 

 

Do I need to quarantine when returning to the UK if I'm not fully vaccinated?

 

The easing of restrictions when entering the UK applies whether you are vaccinated or not.... YES! The dream, gone are the days of expensive and annoying tests! 

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT THE MALDIVES?

 

The Maldives is warm and sunny all year round, so it's a gorgeous place to visit at any point of the year. There is a dry season and a wet, rainy season though. The dry season and therefore the season that is considered to be the best to visit the Maldives is between November and April! The driest month is February, but basically, you can go and have a fab holiday whenever you go! 

 

On land or underwater, the Maldives is where it is at!

 

Ahh the Maldives, the picture postcard, crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches of dreams. The place that is considered by most as a "honeymoon" destination...but they're wrong!!!! What if I told you that you could go to this beautiful place with us whether you were single, with friends and in a couple and have a whale (shark) of a time. Speaking of whale sharks... let's see what The Maldives has to offer!

 

An underwater shot of someone snorkelling alongside a whale shark in the Maldives

 

Swim with Manta Rays & Whale Sharks - So in amongst the palm trees, golden sandbanks and beaches of the islands, some of The Maldives most beautiful experiences are underwater! Wild right? So dive in! (no pun intended) and explore the jaw-dropping tropical marine life! Rainbowfish, Nemo's, Dory's, whatever multi-coloured you can think of, you can probably see it here in the Maldives. One of the few places in the world with thriving, abundant marine life. Home to whale sharks, manta rays and many gentle giants of the ocean! Although large in size, both have a diet of mainly plankton and small fish, so DW they're not going to eat you... Unless you resemble a small fish, and in that case, we bid you good luck. These gentle giants live harmoniously in the crystal clear waters, and the experience of seeing them up close and personal is out of this world. One you will for sure be telling the grandkids about. Plus, you can use your snorkel & mask for some fun drinking games when you're home. Memories on memories, ya know.

 

 

BBQ Beach & dancing under the stars - I mean, BBQs are banging anyway. So imagine having one on an idyllic, secluded sandbank lined with palm trees after spending the day snorkelling and island hopping the turquoise blue waters of the Maldives. Dreamy AF, right? The sunsets in the Maldives are world-famous, so a beachfront BBQ overlooking the ocean as the sun goes down is perfection. Ding, ding, ding, we have a winner! The nights are just as exciting as the day. DID SOMEONE SAY BEACH PARTY?! Grab that cool box, sip some beers and let the magic of the Maldives take over you. 10/10 1000+ likes guaranteed on the gram kind of settings.

 

Snorkelers spotted a turtle in the sea in Gili Trawangan, Indonesia

 

Learn about the ecosystems & conservation - This may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the Maldives. Still, one of the most essential parts of the biodiversity of the Indian ocean is keeping it that way. Clean beaches = clean tourism = longevity, ya feel? Learn about the marine ecosystems and how fishing plays a vital role in the Maldives' beauty. Give a helping hand to keep those dreamy white sandy beaches and stunning shorelines clear of plastic. You'll not only be living your best life in paradise, but you'll also be helping maintain the Maldives, and that, for one, deserves a beer or cocktail in celebration afterwards.

 

Don't Quit Your Daydream.

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