Maldives happened to be the favorite destination during the pandemic

April 07, 2021 21:25
Maldives happened to be the favorite destination during the pandemic

Maldives happened to be the favorite destination during the pandemic:- The entire world is in lockdown for months and 2020 is a year that is utterly wasted for the world because of the coronavirus pandemic. After the restrictions are lifted, Indians flew down to Maldives to enjoy their vacation and spend some relaxed and quality time. Maldives is known for its white beaches and clear water. The footfalls jumped by 50 percent this year in the first two months of 2021 when compared to last year. The footfalls are down from Japan, China and South Korea but Indians made up to 23.3 percent of the total footfalls in the first two months of the year. This happens to be the highest from any country to Maldives after the attack of the coronavirus pandemic. India is shattered by the second wave of coronavirus but the people who are travelling to abroad are not decreased.

The vaccine rollout in Maldives is low and the cases too are quite low because of the precautionary measures and stirct rules imposed. Because of this, Maldives turned out to be the top pick for Indians. Several hotels in Maldives are offering discounted deals to attract the visitors after the pandemic shut down. Several other countries like Thailand are yet to reopen by Maldives is making waves. Several Indian carriers announced direct flights from Mumbai and other cities to Maldives after the rise in the footfalls. Vistara is the only airline to offer premium economy class to Maldives from India. All the travellers need to carry a coronavirus negative report and there is no quarantine period if the passengers carry the report before their departure. There are drastic jump in the bookings to Maldives.

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