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The Maldives is coming up with imaginative ways of holidaying while staying socially distanced. The country launched a marketing campaign with the tagline ‘Isolation never looked this good’ that is luring travelers from across the globe. The island nation has successfully welcomed over 57 thousand visitors since 15th July 2020, and more airlines are expected to resume by the end of this month.

With enhanced guidelines regarding hygiene and cleanliness; unique and innovative ways of social distancing in Maldives are attracting visitors. Holidaying in privacy and seclusion with numerous exciting experiences such as staying at an underwater villa, treetop dining, private lounge on a pristine beach are the prime attractions that are winning the hearts of tourists who had been looking for a safe and luxurious getaway.

Innovative Ways Of Social Distancing In Maldives

In the recent months, you must have seen your favorite celebrities vacationing in the Maldives and posting their travel pictures. Maldives opened the doors for international visitors and had been taking strict measures to ensure a safe environment. From tree pods to beach bedrooms, the following are emerging to be the most trending ways of maintaining social distancing in Maldives:

1. Dining In The Trees

Tree pod dining at Waldorf Astoria Maldives

Image Credit: Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi

Enjoy scrumptious delicacies at Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi while being seated comfortably at a nest-like bamboo pod with your significant other! These ‘naturally distanced’ nests are ideal for love birds looking for a romantic dinner night.

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2. Live In Your Own Beach Bubble

beach bubble tents at Finolhu Maldives

Image Credit: Finolhu

Finolhu at Maldivian Island is home to ‘rockstar villas’ that come with a bar and wine cellar. These ‘beach bubble tents’ are enclosed bedrooms that are way away from the crowd and offer panoramic views of the ocean. You can also book a private barbeque along with your stay.

Suggested Read: Maldives Honeymoon: An Guide For An Exquisite Romantic Escapade!

3. Private Cinema Amid Coral Garden

private cinema at Kandolhu Maldives

Image Credit: Kandolhu Maldives

Kandholhu in the Maldives is an awesome escape for cinema lovers. You can plan an evening entertainment at the moonlight cinema and watch a movie with your loved ones while sipping up your choice of cocktail. Who wouldn’t want such a type of social distancing in Maldives?

Suggested Read: Maldives Surfing: A Handy Guide To Enjoy This Fascinating Activity!

4. Stay At A Private Island Resort

relax at Kurumba Island Maldives

Image Credit: Kurumba Maldives

The Maldives is home to numerous private islands that are gaining popularity in the post-COVID times. Secluded getaways along with hygienic ambiance away from the hustle and bustle of the city life make for some of the best isolation spots. And without a doubt, Maldives is quite a winner when it comes to adding more excitement to your vacation.

Suggested Read: Scuba Diving In Maafushi: Plunge Into The Mystical World Of The Sea And Beyond!

5. Work From Paradise

work from paradise at Pullman Maldives Maamutaa

Image Credit: Pullman Maldives Maamutaa

Pullman Maldives Maamutaa is hosting ‘Work from Paradise’ for those who wish to work from isolation! The place is hosting numerous other attractions also that include an underwater overnight stay, diving experiences, etc., that make social distancing in Maldives pretty normal and more fun.

Further Read: 7 Cottages In Maldives To Savor The Luxury Of The Paradise!

Are you planning a trip to Maldives in the post lock down times? Don’t forget to experience these creative ways of social distancing in Maldives on your next trip! Also remember to carry a negative COVID report and fill an online medical form to holiday on this beautiful island. For more travel related updates, make sure you follow post covid travel guide to Maldives.

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