REHLATY by dnata Travel, the unique travel brand designed by Emiratis for the Emirati traveller, has revealed its most popular holiday destinations over the spring break holiday and Maldives has landed among the top selling destinations.
REHLATY, part of the dnata Travel Group, has revealed that 70% of its bookings in 2021 so far have been for outbound travel, with the Maldives and Tanzania proving the top-selling destinations for its Emirati travellers.
REHLATY announced earlier this year that the Maldives was its most popular travel destination of choice for Emirati travellers in 2020, and this year the trend looks set to continue. Popular options for a beach retreat with REHLATY include world-class five-star resorts on some of the world’s most beautiful beaches in the Maldives.
Rehab Mansoor, General Manager at REHLATY by dnata Travel, commented: “The Maldives is more family-friendly than ever, offering a plethora of indoor and outdoor activities for all ages, and with its dry season extending to late April, now is an excellent time to travel. We recommend excellent family-friendly hotels across these destinations that offer large suites, family rooms, or private bungalows and pool villas.”
Travelers are assured of convenience when flying in to the Maldives, with the Government implementing several measures to make the island destination a welcome retreat.
Maldives reopened borders to all nationalities from 15th July 2020. All visitors are granted a 30-day free on-arrival visa with a confirmed booking for a stay at any registered tourist facility in the country.
While there is no mandatory quarantine or testing on arrival, tourists traveling to Maldives are required to complete an online health declaration form and provide a negative PCR test result taken at least 96 hours prior to their departure.
The negative PCR test result must be attached while completing Traveler Health Declaration form, which has to be submitted online via IMUGA (www.imuga.immigration.gov.mv), by all arriving passengers before arrival (but not exceeding 24 hours before arrival time).