Addu City, Maldives – The Ministry of Tourism of Maldives has approved a local guesthouse operating in Addu City, located at the southern most tip of the country to reopen and start serving tourists arriving into the country.
Being the first guesthouse to be approved for reopening in the city, the guesthouse located in Maradhoo Feydhoo overlooks a beach, and an uninhabited island just a few hundred feet away from the island. The guest house also has an inhouse kitchen which serves a variety of cuisines all served on the beach or either in the dining area.
The seven room guesthouse also offers cruises, padding, snorkeling and diving, as well as island hopping options for guesthouses to enjoy a well spent holiday at the equator.
With the newly gotten approval, the guesthouse is now taking bookings on its website, www.https://www.3smaldives.com, and other holiday booking websites such as bookings.com and Agoda.
Along with Wave Sound, city hotel Equator Village has also gotten approval for reopening, both under the set regulations by Health Protection Agency, to ensure the safety of tourists, employees of the tourist facilities, as well as the general public. Tourists currently arriving into the Maldives require no prior visa, however must register with the Maldives Immigration portal, IMUGA and present a negative PCR test taken no prior than 96 hours to arrival.