The Maldives witnessed a further rise in tourist arrivals of 8350, into the mid of October, from 1 to 15 October, since borders reopened to welcome back tourists on 15 July 2020.
Russia remains one of the top tourist markets to the Maldives, with 2308 tourist arrivals during the first 15 days of the month. A total of 525 arrivals were from the United Kingdom (UK), followed by 444 from the United Arab Emirates, and 443 from Germany. Arrivals from other countries included France, Ukraine, and Brazil with more than 300 tourists.
According to the Maldives Immigration, the Maldives had received 9538 tourist arrivals in September, since borders reopened. The steady surge in tourism comes from numerous contributions made from marketing campaigns launched by the tourism ministry and many other parties, including the Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC).
A total of 27,217 tourists arrived Maldives during the first three months, after the border reopened.— Maldives Immigration (@ImmigrationMV) October 21, 2020
Tourist arrivals increased by 56% compared to the second month.
Detailed statistics of October (1-15) arrivals: https://t.co/xyYYVuxF9u pic.twitter.com/joRSB6jkGQ