COVID -19 global pandemic made travellers deprived of their travelling privileges, but now, things are getting back to normalcy gradually. As a result, an air bubble was created between India and the Maldives under health and safety guidelines, and by now, several flights operate between these two destinations including Air India.
If the travellers do not show any symptoms of COVID -19, they are not required to go into quarantine in the Maldives upon arrival. They can stay at any Maldives resort the likes of Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort and enjoy a blissful vacation safely. However, once they get back to India, they will have to go through a quarantine process either at home or at an approved institution.