Our Covid-19 Policy

KOVELI TRAVEL’S APPROACH to Covid-19

With the global COVID-19 pandemic impacting countries all over the world, your travel plans and holidays may be affected. Koveli travel understands that you may wish to cancel or postpone your bookings to a later date.

We are working with all our accommodation partners to ensure flexible cancellation policies wherever possible.

Please ensure before booking your holidays that you check the destination you are travelling to and it’s travel advisory before proceeding to make your holiday bookings. If you need to alter your holiday bookings please go to “manage your bookings” on our website with your assigned login or contact us at [email protected]koveli.com to alter your bookings.

Please note that Koveli Travel will not be responsible for any incurred charges by the holiday accommodation providers.

Our advice: 2 weeks prior to your holiday to make any changes to your bookings or cancellations as your travel may not be eligible and availability of free cancellations. 

COVID-19 Travel Advice (via Maldives Immigration) 

  1. All the travellers must submit online health declaration form within 24 hours prior your departure to Maldives.

  2. Effective from 13th May 2021, entry is temporarily suspended for tourists and other categories of visa holders originating from South Asian countries. However, healthcare professionals with valid work permits are exempted from this suspension. They are required to produce a PCR negative result with a sample taken 96 hours prior to their departure to the Maldives and must undergo home quarantine for 14 days.

  3. Effective from 3rd May 2021, all inbound travellers are obliged to produce a PCR negative result of a sample taken within 96 hours prior to their departure to the Maldives, even if vaccinated. However, children below one year is exempt from submitting the PCR negative test result.

  4. Tourists are required to follow guidelines in place by the Ministry of Tourism https://tourism.gov.mv
     
  5. Travellers who develop COVID-19 signs and symptoms will be tested for COVID-19 and if the test result is positive, the traveler will be subject to isolation as per the Health Protection Agency protocols.

Travellers who are contacts of COVID-19 cases will be subject to quarantine as per the Health Protection Agency protocols.

Please keep up to date on the latest COVID-19 Travel Updates onhttps://www.tourism.gov.mv/covid19

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