The Maldives will reopen its borders and "restart tourism" in July, the country’s ministry of tourism has confirmed.
In a short statement issued dated Saturday (30 May), the ministry said guests would be charged no additional entry fees when tourism to the Maldives resumes.
"The Maldives looks forward to welcoming you back to the sunny side of life," read the statement. "We are planning to reopen our borders for visitors in July 2020.
"We also want to assure our guests they will not be charged any additional fees to enter the Maldives. We hope to see you soon on these sandy shores."