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Book Now And Stay Later: UK Tour Operator Offers To The Maldives

For those travellers looking to book a well-deserved holiday for later this year, the secluded island resorts of the Maldives provide the perfect backdrop for a naturally socially distanced holiday in the Indian Ocean.

Travellers can choose from a range of fantastic offers currently available with UK tour operators including 45% off a 7-night holiday at the luxurious Huvafen Fushi Maldives with Caribtours. Enjoy space and seclusion at the five-star Emerald Maldives Resort & Spa and a 20% saving on a 7-night package with Kuoni or snorkel in one of the best house reefs in the Maldives at Milaidhoo Resort, located in the heart of UNESCO biosphere reserve, when saving up to £2,721 per person on a 7-night stay with Abercrombie & Kent.

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Get Set for a Summer of Indian Ocean Fun at Aitken Spence’s Maldives Resorts

Enjoy a summer of Indian Ocean fun at Aitken Spence Hotels’ properties in the Maldives. Holidaymakers eagerly awaiting sunkissed escapes when international travel resumes can look forward to a variety of activities on offer at the luxurious five-star Adaaran Prestige Vadoo, family-friendly Adaaran Select Meedhupparu and five-star, premium all-inclusive Heritance Aarah throughout the summer months.

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Maldives Marketing And PR Corporation (MMPRC) Announces New Tourism Developments For 2021

For those travellers planning ahead for when international travel resumes, Maldives Marketing and PR Corporation (MMPRC) has announced several new developments taking place in 2021 including the launch of the world’s first ‘Maldives Border Miles’ loyalty programme allowing travellers to collect and earn points when visiting the destination.

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Look Forward To Conservation Events And A Resort Re-Opening At Aitken Spence’s Maldives Resorts This Spring

This Spring, Aitken Spence Hotels has an exciting and educational line-up of sustainability and conservation experiences for guests at its two five-star Maldives properties – Heritance Aarah and Adaaran Prestige Vadoo. The Adaaran Select Hudhuran Fushi Resort Maldives will also re-open on 1 March 2021.

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Plan Ahead For A Naturally Socially Distanced Holiday In The Maldives

Those seeking secluded destinations for a 2021 holiday when travel resumes should plan ahead for a trip to the Maldives, the Indian Ocean nation that lends itself perfectly to social distancing thanks to its unique geography and one-island-one-resort offering.

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Ten Reasons Why The Maldives Should Be Top Of Your Travel List In 2021 Courtesy Of Aitken Spence Hotels

With the Maldives on the UK’s safe travel corridor list and 2021 just around the corner, there’s no better time to start planning for next year’s getaway to paradise.

To help holidaymakers with inspiration for their trip to the idyllic Indian Ocean destination, Chef Amila Silva, Aitken Spence’s Executive Chef at the five-star all-inclusive Heritance Aarah, shares his ten reasons why the Maldives should be at the top of everyone’s travel list in 2021.

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The Maldives Welcomes The 100,000th Tourist Since Its Border Reopening On 15th July 2020

Joint Press Statement by the Ministry of Tourism, Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC), Maldives Immigration and Maldives Airports Company Limited (MACL)

The year 2019 was a remarkable one in the history of the Maldives’ tourism, with a groundbreaking record of 1.7 million tourist arrivals to the country. 2020 started off with more diversified and aggressive marketing strategies to break this record and reach a target of 2 million tourist arrivals by the end of the year.

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Rediscover Six Unique Aspects Of ‘The Sunny Side Of Life’ On A 2021 Holiday In The Maldives

Whilst being home to 26 atolls and over 1,190 islands, the Maldives is also made up of 99% tropical Indian Ocean waters. Thanks to its unique geographical location, Maldivian culture has been inspired by the Indian Ocean surroundings and the skills brought by early settlers from India, Sri Lanka and Malaysia, as well as further afield from Arabia, Persia, Indonesia, and Africa.

With the safe travel corridor announced on 25th October between the UK and the Maldives, UK holidaymakers are able to travel to the Indian Ocean without quarantining on return. Visitors to the Maldives will be able to notice these influences throughout their stay in the local culture and adventurous activities they experience as well as in the sensational spas and romantic packages on offer. And to encourage and allow tourists to experience more than one resort in the Maldives and to enable longer stays, the Ministry of Tourism in consultation with the Health Protection Agency (HPA) has recently introduced facilitation of Split Stays between resorts and other tourist accommodation.

For those travellers looking to tick off a bucket list destination this winter or in 2021, Maldives Marketing and PR Corporation has provided six pillars which will help holidaymakers plan ahead and find their perfect holiday in the Indian Ocean nation.

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