Travel information at Paradise Island Resort & Spa : Updated COVID-19

Updated COVID-19

The Maldives remains a very safe destination for holiday- makers with all arrivals screened for symptoms of Covid-19 at the airport.

Our resorts are stand-alone properties, on isolated islands, where all entry into the resorts are managed and monitored by the onsite team. The health of our guests is of utmost importance to us, and all our resorts have a medical clinic with an on-site doctor.

Be assured that your well-being and safety are our priorities. We are taking all necessary preventative measures against Covid-19, and we are continuously monitoring the health of our guests. We have been fortunate to not have any suspected cases of Covid-19 in any of our resorts.

Please note before you book:

Paradise Island Resort & Spa has decided passengers with travel history to the following countries and regions within the last 14 days will be restricted entry or transit:

Iran, North Gyeongsang Province and South Gyeongsang Province of South Korea, Mainland China, Italy, Bangladesh, Spain, Tle-de-France and Grand Est, regions of France, North Rhine Westphalia and Baden-Wuerttemberg regions of Germany. As a precautionary measure, excursions to other islands are also temporarily restricted until further notice.

Given the current situation, we understand that you may wish to postpone your stay with us or cancel your bookings. Our new cancellation policy is flexible and responsive to your needs. For guests booked directly with us, we will waive no- show and cancellation charges if:

1. The government of the guest’s home country issues a travel restriction to the Maldives or travel advisory against all but essential travels to the Maldives.

2. The resort is placed under lockdown or monitoring by the Maldives Health Protection Agency due to a suspected Covid-19 case(s). For those booked to arrive before 30 April 2020 we will allow amending the date of travel to a stay-period before 31 October 2020, without additional charges. Guests who booked via online/offline travel agents and tour operators should contact their booking provider regarding cancellation policies.

Your stay with us:

Before your stay with us, we will screen guests and staff entering resorts for Covid-19 for symptoms.

We have increased the freguency of cleaning all public areas in our resorts, and hand sanitizers are available in all common areas. And, we are closely following the guidance of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the health authorities in the Maldives.

Your safety is our priority.

Best wishes, and we await to receive you!


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  4. Saif says:

    Do you have a PCR Test facility in the resort or do we have to do it somewhere else as we need to have a certificate when we travel back to dubai after holiday…kindly advise so I can book the stay accordingly.

    • admin says:

      For the safety of all, HPA Maldives has made it mandatory, with effect from 10th September, for all tourists and short term visitors to present a Negative PCR certificate on arrival in Maldives. The said PCR test must be conducted within a maximum of 72 hours prior to departure to the Maldives.

      As part of these guidelines, temperature checks and screening measures will be carried out at the first point of entry for tourists, and anyone exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms will undergo a PCR test. If one member of a group travelling together displays symptoms, all members of the group would be tested. Those who test positive will be isolated in a designated resort room, or transferred to a government medical facility, depending on the individual’s medical condition. Please refer to the link above for more details.

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