The Maldives has opened its borders to tourists of all nationalities on 15th July 2020. There will be no further incoming travel restrictions to the country.

Effective from March 13th, 2022, PCR is not mandatory to enter the Maldives.

The Maldives achieved the Safe Travels Stamp, which is endorsed by the World Tourism Organization and more than 200 travel companies.

The government of Maldives is closely monitoring and enforcing measures to prevent any effective community spread of the virus.

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  • A pre-arrival visa is not required to gain entry into the country. Tourists of all nationalities are provided a 30-day free visa on arrival. 
  • Passport or a travel document with Machine Readable Zone (MRZ) should have 1 month validity. 
  • Traveller Declaration should be filled and submitted within 96 hours prior to departure. This form is accessible on
  • A pre-paid hotel booking/accommodation.
  • Sufficient funds to last for the intended period of stay in Maldives.
  • Confirmed onward/return tickets to home country or to country of residence (not applicable for valid resident permit holders).
  • Entry visa to their onward destinations. 
  • Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate, if applicable


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