If you live in UK, you can travel again to the Maldives with no quarantine nor pre-arrival PCR tests.
Maldives are on UK’s Travel Green List. You’re good to go !
Maldives added to UK’s green list : No quarantine nor pre-arrival PCR tests required.
British holidaymakers don’t have to quarantine when returning back home nor present a PCR test at arrival in Maldives if fully vaccinated.
The Maldives has been (finally) added again to the British government’s green list for travel, giving Britons the option to enjoy a quarantine-free holiday in one of their favorite Indian Ocean holiday destinations.
Once the new travel policy comes into effect from Wednesday, Britons will no longer need to self-isolate for 10 days when returning from the Maldives.
Additionally, double-vaccinated people will no longer have to take a Covid test before they return to the UK from the Maldives
They will still need to take a test within two days of returning to the UK, but from a point October, this will be able to be a cheaper lateral flow test rather than a PCR test.
Maldives are (again) on UK’s Travel Green List
The UK initially added the Maldives to its green list in October 2020, but moved the country to the red list early this year following a sharp increase in Covid cases in the archipelago.
Maldives reopened its borders for tourists of all nationalities on July 15, 2020, with rigorous procedures in place to ensure the safety of tourists and tourism workers.
Visit Maldives together with the tourism ministry has also launched the “I’m Vaccinated” campaign in order to share a positive message regarding the vaccination of staff working in the tourism sector as well as promoting the initiatives undertaken to ensure the Maldives remains one of the safest destinations in the world for travelers.
The ultimate target is to make Maldives the destination with the first fully vaccinated tourism sector in the world.
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