Covid-19 In the Maldives

With 90% of the resort teams being fully vaccinated and more than 80% of the population completing the 2nd dose of vaccines and the booster dozes amongst 40% of the population, the Maldives becomes the safest destination to travel.

Travel Safety During Your Journey

Safety is always the first priority. In these circumstances, it is always best to adhere to the health authorities’ advice.

What to expect on your journey?

Effective from March 5th, 2022, vaccinated travelers are NO LONGER required to present a PCR test result upon arrival to the Maldives. However, unvaccinated travelers should hold a valid negative PCR test result with a sample taken at most 96 hours prior to the first port of embarkation, en-route to the Maldives. Children below the age of 1 (one) year are exempted.
The sample for the said test must be taken not more than 96 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure from the first port of embarkation en route to Maldives.

The negative Covid-19 PCR test result must be attached while completing Traveler Health Declaration form, which has to be submitted online by all arriving passengers prior to arrival (but not exceeding 48 hours before arrival time), via IMUGA.

Yes! You must have a confirmed booking at a registered tourist facility. Click here to check all the requirements.

Traveller Health Declaration (THD) must be filled in and submitted by all travelers travelling to and from Maldives, within 48 hours prior to their travel.You may submit the form electronically via IMUGA.

No. Only those who have COVID-19 like symptoms, such as a temperature above 38 degrees celsius, coughing or sneezing, will be tested for COVID-19.Persons who have a history of contact with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19 within the past 14 days and/or persons who have fever or respiratory symptoms such as cough, sore throat, shortness of breath within the past 14 days should not travel to the Maldives.