Kuramathi Maldives – 2 Kids Stay Free

Valid for Stays 01-30 Sept 2023 ** Book by 30 June 2023 **

30% Off room rates for adults & up to 2 Children stay free on Full Board basis ( excluding flights and transfers )

2 adults & 1 Child, 7 Nights, Superior Beach Villa, Full Board inc Flights from Dublin and Speedboat Transfers from €6700 ( Upgrade to Basic All Inclusive for additional €1380 in total )

2 adults & 2 Kids, 7 Nights, 2 Bedroom Beach House, Full Board inc Flights from Dublin and Speedboat Transfers from €8260 ( Upgrade to Basic All Inclusive for additional €1655 in total )

Dhigali Island Maldives – 25% Off room rates

25% Off room rates – Premium All Inclusive Basis

  • Beach Bungalow from €4395 per person
  • Water Villa from €5349 per person

Prices include flights ex-Dublin, return Sea-Plane transfers and 7 nights accommodation as indicated. Valid for stays 01 May-19 July 2023.

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Dhigali Maldives – Premium All Inclusive – Kids stay Free

Up to TWO Children (under 12 yrs) Stay FREE when sharing with 2 Adults (airfares excluded)

Beach Villa – Premium All Inclusive Basis

2 adults @ €4969 each. Up to 2 Children (under 12 yrs) @ €1179 each.

Family of 2 adults & 2 children from €12,295. Valid for stays 01 May-31 Oct 2023. Flight supplement applies July&Aug.

Includes flights ex-Dublin, 7 nights accommodation as indicated, Premium All Inclusive basis and return Sea-Plane transfers.

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Irish Times Reviews Kuramathi Island Maldives

Kuramathi Island

Check out the recent Irish Times review of Kuramathi Island Maldives

Don’t just take our word for it.

Rachel Collins, journalist with the Irish Times recently traveled with Simply Maldives and stayed on Kuramathi Island in November 2021, so check out her review of the the island.

Full article can be found here >> https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/travel/the-return-of-luxury-once-in-a-lifetime-holidays-1.4774634

Maldives is fully open for Tourism with record breaking Visitor Numbers

Tourism in Maldives re-opened in July 2020 and the last quarter of 2021 has seen tourist arrivals surpass pre-covid levels and very low covid numbers.

Visiting Maldives is straightforward. You simply need a Negative PCR Certificate issued within 96 hours of your departure flight. This applies to ALL Visitors to Maldives, irrespective of their vaccination status.

Returning to Ireland, all visitors require a Negative PCR Cert issued within 72 hours of their flight home. This can be arranged in resort. This requirement is constantly under review and is currently in place for all arrivals into Ireland until 09 January 2022.

With daytime temperatures of 32C and night time temperatures 27C year round, the focus is on AL FRESCO dining ( weather permitting ). In addition, all bars have extended their outdoor areas, thus reducing risk during this pandemic. Maldives has had a low infection rate compared to most other countries and with government protocols and covid negative entry requirements, Maldives is one of the safest tourist destinations to visit.

Our Team is here to answer all your questions.

Maldives reopens for Tourism 15 July 2020

Qatar Airways flight QR672 is the first flight to arrive at Velana International Airport.

The Maldives has officially reopened for tourism from 15 July 2020 and all the nations resorts are preparing to welcome back guests over the coming months with enhanced safety guidelines and measures in place.

What to expect ?

Obviously for the first few months, arrival numbers will be lower, but this will rise with increased airline capacity and frequency over the coming months.

With new the safety measures in place at Velana International Airport, the arrival hall capacity has been reduced from 1000 passengers to 570. The departures terminal will also be reduced from 1,200 to 750 passengers.

All nationalities entering Maldives are given a Free On Arrival Visa which permits them to stay for a maximum 30 days ( extensions can be arranged ). All guests must have a confirmed pre-booked hotel reservation and must provide an emergency contact number.

All Tourists must complete an Online Health Declaration form 24 hours prior to their arrival in Maldives. Please click here >> https://imuga.immigration.gov.mv/ethd

Flight options to Maldives from Ireland
  • Qatar Airways – Daily from July
  • Emirates Airlines – Daily from July
  • Etihad Airlines – 4 times weekly from August
  • Turkish Airlines – Daily from October

Transfer to resorts will be by sea-plane, resort operated speedboat or domestic flights. All guests must wear face masks and use hand sanitizer before boarding. In resort, there will be enhanced safety procedures and guidlelines.

Remember, Maldives is an Island nation. One Island, one resort. This means no mass tourism and with perfect temperatures year round ( 32C during the day and 27C at night ) most of the resorts offer “Al Fresco” dining as well as outdoor beach bars.

Welcome back to the Maldives – The Sunny Side of Life

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