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Restarting Tourism in Maldives
We are Ready!
(Last Updated on 2nd September 2020)
Among our properties, Paradise Island Resort is open for guests to enjoy since 15th July 2020. Paradise is just 20 minutes by speedboat from the main airport.
Resorts Re-opening Schedule
Sun Island Resort will open on 1st October 2020, Royal Island Resort on 1st October 2020, and Fun Island Resort will open for guests on 1st November 2020. Holiday Island Resort will remain closed until late next year, as the property is now undergoing major renovations.
All bookings confirmed to arrive for Sun Island, Royal Island, Holiday Island and Fun Island from 1st September onwards will be upgraded to Paradise island.
It’s time to plan your trip to the Maldives - to one of our resorts.
Book with us - worry-free. Book @half price. Cancel anytime, if plans change!
“Plans may need to be changed, while dreams don’t fade.” We know that you want us to be flexible, and in response, our cancellation policy offers a promise of flexibility.
- For existing bookings confirmed to arrive at the resort(s) before 31st October 2020, we will allow amendments, without charges for stay-periods before (ending on) 23 December 2020 OR same period of next year, at the same rates as the original booking.
- For existing bookings, If clients are unable to travel for a stay-period before 23 December 2020 OR same period of next year, we will allow cancellation without charges.
- For all new bookings made by 31 October 2020, we will allow Free cancellation until 3 days to arrive, if the booking is for a stay-period from now until 31 October 2021 (excluding 24 December 2020 to 7 January 2021).
To cancel or modify current bookings, please contact us.
As You Prepare to Visit Us
As you plan your visit, you will want to know more about travelling to the Maldives under the new normal. Our resorts will adhere to the Ministry of Tourism’s guidelines for restarting tourism. For the complete guide, please click here.
For the safety of all, HPA Maldives has made it mandatory, with effect from 10th September, for all tourists and short term visitors to present a Negative PCR certificate on arrival in Maldives. The said PCR test must be conducted within a maximum of 72 hours prior to departure to the Maldives.
As part of these guidelines, temperature checks and screening measures will be carried out at the first point of entry for tourists, and anyone exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will undergo a PCR test. If one member of a group travelling together displays symptoms, all members of the group would be tested. Those who test positive will be isolated in a designated resort room, or transferred to a government medical facility, depending on the individual’s medical condition. Please refer to the link above for more details.
Our new initiative, CleanStay@Villa ensures that we follow health and safety guidelines of the Maldivian government agencies and suggestions of the World Health Organization. This is an initiative that will provide you with confidence and peace of mind while you stay with us. Please visit here for details of CleanStay@Villa initiative.
Additionally, PCR tests are available now in our resorts.
For more information contact us.
See you soon!