The Maldives Government has declared a State of Public Health Emergency for a period of 30 days.
Maldives has implemented curfews, travel and entry restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
If you’re staying, follow the advice of local authorities and take care to avoid exposure to COVID-19.
Is it safe to travel to Maldives right now?
Maldives is very safe to visit as a Tourist. Any incidents caused due to political unrest are mainly restricted to Male City. Hence if you are planning to visit the Island Resorts it is perfectly safe.
Is it safe to go to Maldives 2020?
COVID-19 and travel restrictions in the Maldives – March 2020: A Public Health Emergency has been delcared by the government due to coronavirus, and this is effective until 10 April. All cruise ships are currently banned from entering and docking in the Maldives.
Is it safe to travel to the Maldives 2019?
There is minimal risk from crime in Malé. Most visits to Maldives surrounding the tourist resorts on remote islands remain relative trouble-free. However, there have been incidents of petty theft of goods left on beaches or in hotel rooms. Be aware of your surroundings, especially when traveling to Malé.
Do and don’ts Maldives?
Do not touch or pick corals when diving or snorkeling. Be conscious of the delicate local environment. Do not dispose plastic bags into the sea, it can be hazardous. Don’t hug or kiss in the public – Maldives is conservative when it comes to expressing physical displays of affection.