Four new resorts are set to open by the end of this year, increasing the tourist bed capacity to 1,064.
The country has opened five resorts this year, with four more to open by year-end. The new resorts include one in Emboodhoo Lagoon in Male’ Atoll, one in B. Bodufinolhu, and two in Lh. Maabinhura and Lh. Dhigufinolhu, respectively.
Among the new resorts unveiled in 2023 are NOOE Maldives Kunaavashi, Avani+ Fares Maldives Resort, Amari Raaya Maldives, Barceló Whale Lagoon Maldives, and Joy Island Maldives.
Presently, the Maldives boasts 172 operational resorts, offering a total of 42,159 tourist beds, and the country has already seen over 1.4 million tourists visit in 2023.
Feature photo: Barceló Whale Lagoon Maldives