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The Maldives provides a private island for tourists for an open period in 2021 with an attractive amount - "Maldives Border Miles"

The Maldives provides a private island for tourists for an open period in 2021 with an attractive amount

The Maldives attract tourists from different countries of the world who prefer to spend holidays and recreation on its charming beaches, and in this regard, the "Anantara Veli" hotel, located in the Maldives, offers a new and tempting offer that allows travelers to use the resort to spend their holidays, but with some additional costs.


The offer, valued at $ 30,000, allows the use of an overwater suite on a private island for an unlimited period during the year 2021, with transportation and breakfast provided, and of course, there will be discounts on Ayurveda spa treatments, Maldivian cooking classes, and water activities. Such as diving, snorkeling, and surfing.

The Maldives provides a private island for tourists for an open period in 2021 with an attractive amount - "Maldives Border Miles"


Although the price is high, it remains less expensive than buying a permanent vacation home in many parts of the world, and the offer will align well with the new loyalty program, the first of its kind nationwide, to be launched by the Maldives in 2021, according to what the network published. CNN "newsletter.


In September 2020, officials in the Indian Ocean country announced that the three-tier tourism loyalty program, known as "Maldives Border Miles", would start next year.


Although the details of how the program works at the operational level have not been disclosed yet, there are gold, silver and bronze levels that will correspond to the amount of money spent within the country, and will bring rewards and privileges to regular visitors.


It is noteworthy that the new initiative will depend on the state of global travel after the "Covid-19" pandemic, as the Maldives, whose economy relies heavily on the tourism and hospitality sectors, was among the first Asian countries to reopen their borders, and visitors began to return slowly in July.


A travel expert believes that this idea may have long-term potential. The founder of "Scott's Cheap Flights", Scott Keys, told "CNN" that this may be the most innovative program by a tourism board in any country since the free stopover program. The route to Iceland (free stopover en route to Europe).


"Most tourism boards focus only on attractive advertising campaigns ... but this campaign from the Maldives is new and unique," Keys said, while a representative of the National Tourism Council in the Maldives told CNN that the program will be implemented in December of 2020.


It is not clear until now what kinds of privileges travelers will obtain from these three levels, and how the points will be collected, and the Maldives is not the only destination that has resorted to innovation in light of the global Corona pandemic crisis, for example, the islands of Angela, Barbados, Caribbean Aruba is extended visas for people looking for a nicer place to work remotely.

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