Equator Village welcomes first tourist to Addu since Covid-19!

First tourist to arrive in Addu City since Covid-19 | Photo: Nauty

Addu City, Maldives – Addu City has welcomed its very first tourist to Addu City since the city and the country was forced to shut down its tourist facilities and borders, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

The tourist arrived to Addu City from the United Kingdom (UK), where he will be spending his vacation in the city, while receiving the best hospitality services Addu has to offer, at the Equator Village.

The visitor, who is expected to enjoy services of the warm and welcoming staff of the hotel is also likely expected to have the entire pool and dine in area where the most mouth-wateringly delicious food – including Maldivian cuisine is served all for himself – at least until more visitors arrive to the Equator Village.

The Manager of Equator Village, Mr. Mohamed Waheed reassures that the Equator Village will maintain and adhere to all the safety and precautionary regulations set by the health protective services, while also ensuring that the visitors get the best Addu has to offer.

The international award winning city hotel, the only operational resort in the city, South Palm Maldives, and Wave Sound by 3S are the only tourist facilities which have been currently approved by the Ministry of Tourism of Maldives to reopen and recommence services for tourists.

As per the current tourist guidelines of Maldives, all tourist must register with the Maldives Immigration at IMUGA prior to their arrival, and must also present a negative PCR test which has been performed at least 96 hours prior to arrival. Having have gotten the safe travel stamp by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), Maldives remains among the safest destinations to travel to during this time.