Thrillophilia Customers To Get A Refund For Their Upcoming Maldives Trips Amid ‘Boycott Maldives’ Trend

In light of the recent Maldives controversy, Thrillophilia has taken a huge decision.

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Thrillophilia Customers To Get A Refund For Their Upcoming Maldives Trips Amid ‘Boycott Maldives’ Trend

The calls to visit tourist sites in India showed that although the Maldives “suspended” three ministers for their remarks, it appeared that the harm had already been done. In light of the recent controversy, Thrillophilia has taken a huge decision. It has announced a refund to all the customers for their upcoming Maldives. Here’s more about this news. 

Thrillophilia Customers To Get A Refund On Maldives Trip


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Thrillophilia mentioned that the hiccups in diplomatic relations won’t compromise their dedication to client fulfilment! They intend to give their valued clients’ opinions first priority and hence offer a 100% refund for their Maldives tour reservations.

The company said that it is committed to giving tourists outstanding experiences. While they negotiated this, the company asked people to take a moment to appreciate the splendour of India’s varied travel locations. It asked people to join them as they explore the undiscovered beauties of Incredible India, a place where hospitality, culture, and scenery all coexist harmoniously.

Following the uproar over some Maldivian officials making fun of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, there was a clamour on social media on Sunday to boycott the beautiful islands and choose Indian ones instead, which might have a serious negative impact on the Maldives’ tourism-dependent economy.

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Maldivian Govt Disassociates Itself From Minister’s Remarks

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In response, the Maldivian government dissociated itself from Shiuna’s remarks, claiming that they were just her viewpoint and did not reflect the thinking of the government. Three deputy ministers, Abdulla Mahzoom Majid, Malsha Shareef, and Shiuna herself, were also suspended.

Eva Abdullah, a former deputy speaker and MP from the Maldives, stated that they are well aware of their reliance on India and that it has always been the first to help them when they were in need. The Maldivians are extremely appreciative of and fully conscious of their dependence on India for trade, tourism, health, education, social interactions, and economic ties.  (as per The Times Of India)

Revenue from tourism, with the majority of visitors coming from increasingly wealthy India, makes up a sizable portion of the Maldives’ GDP. Situated about 100 kilometres apart, the beaches and climate of Lakshadweep and the Maldives are comparable. 

Also Read: Maldives Tourism Min Shows Indians Dominating 2023 Arrival Figures Amid ‘Boycott Maldives’ Trend

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