Emirates Offers UAE Nationals & Residents A Quick Escape To Maldives This Summer

by Vaishnavi Venkataraman
by Vaishnavi Venkataraman 1584

Emirates is offering UAE nationals and residents a chance to plan a quick escape this summer to the idyllic islands of the Maldives. Travellers who book now can enjoy an unforgettable holiday at some of the world’s most pristine beaches. With the gradual re-opening of borders, travel restrictions in Maldives have eased and passengers visiting the island nation will not be required to quarantine upon arrival. A negative Covid certificate is also not required. Customers can now take advantage and start planning a safe and stress-free holiday with family and friends. 

Also read the story of Dubai Residents Who Returned Home With AED 50,000 Bills After 105 Days In Maldives.

Emirates Flight To Maldives

Economy Class passengers can enjoy fares starting from AED 3,625, Business Class passengers can enjoy fares starting from AED 8,925, and First Class passengers can enjoy fares starting from AED 20,245. The offer is valid for bookings made starting today until 10 August 2020, for travel until 31 May 2021. On that note, here are 12 Countries In Asia That Have Reopened For Travel.

Besides, if you wish to unwind in luxury, book with Emirates Holidays and enjoy a five-star holiday experience starting from AED 5,309 per person. The package includes a 3 night hotel stay and airfare.

Emirates currently offers customers five weekly flights to the Maldives, utilising a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Starting from 9th August, the airline will increase its services to six times a week to meet customer demand. Emirates flight EK656 departs Dubai at 02:30 am and arrives in Male at 07:40 am local time. The return flight, EK657, departs Male at 09:10 am and arrives in Dubai at 12:10 pm local time.

And in case you’re not planning to travel to Maldives, try out this Maldives’ Luxury Hotel Reveals Tuna Curry Recipe at home.

Things To Do In Maldives

Maldives is known to be one of the most beautiful places on this planet. But it is also known to be very, very expensive! Maldives resort islands are world-famous and attract tourists from all over the world. Until a few years ago, people could only stay on the aforementioned resort islands, which to be honest, costs a lot of money. But now with tourism increasing and the government norms easing out (thank god!), you can stay at local islands making accommodation easily affordable.

The cost of living on local islands depends on a few factors:

1. The distance between island and Male (capital of Maldives).
2. The infrastructure of the island.
3. Competition among guest houses & hotels.

Some of the most popular islands are Maafushi, Guraidhoo or Dharavandhoo and Eydhafushi, which is a part of Baa Atoll near Dharavandhoo. Find out how our CTO Kamiya Jani explored Maldives on a budget. 

Travellers can enjoy Maldives’ white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, and luxurious resorts. Treat yourself to world-class spa retreats, delicious food and enjoy exploring the breath-taking marine life in some of the world’s best diving destinations. On that note, how about living In An Underwater Villa At Conard Maldives?

On that note, if you’re planning a vacation anytime now, here are 7 Hacks To Have The Ultimate Vacation With Social Distancing.

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