The Maldives provides an progressive travel programme for vacationers
Maldives offers a new tourist program
In the first world war, the Maldives, known for its sanctuary, announced a new tourist attraction. In the face of the epidemic, the Maldives are now opening up and welcoming visitors who have announced their travels and with this, the Maldives are the first country to announce this in the world.
The Maldives border border system has three levels of baarana (Gold), Antara (Silver) and Aida (Bronze) available for tourists and on every trip, tourists will find tourist attractions.
“Maldives Border Miles is a third party loyalty program. Visitors will receive points based on the number of visits and length of time. They will also provide additional information during visits to celebrate special events,” he said.
The economy of the Maldives is highly dependent on tourism and this new approach could help bring tourists to a more beautiful area.
The Maldives National Tourism Board also said the plan and plans are still unclear as to how the plan will be developed, however, according to reports, the plan is expected to start in December 2020.
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