According to official statistics, 172 536 tourists arrived in the Maldives in January 2023, while another 48 038 tourists arrived in the first week of February.
Russia continues to be the leading source market for the Maldives with a market share of 13,1% (28 873 arrivals in January and 1 week in February). India is on the second position with a market share of 10,9% and 24 127 arrivals, followed by Italy in the third place with a market share of 9,4% and 20 962 arrivals.
Most tour operators this year note an increased interest for the Maldivian destination and an increase of the diversity of air transportation, which has a positive effect on sales dynamics.
Russian Express tour operator notes a good increase of demand for February - April.
“The demand for tours in February - April to the Maldives is always very high. On average, demand has increased by at least 40% compared to 2022,” experts from the tour operator Ambotis Holidays confirm the conclusions of colleagues.
“It is high season in the Maldives. We have already sold all the tours at the end of February, and we are now focusing on departures for March - April. Now we offer more than 60 hotels,” Coral Travel said.
“Demand for the Maldives this year is clearly higher than the same period last year. For these holidays, almost all hotels in the Maldives have a stop-sale,” Pac Group confirms.
Tour packages from Coral Travel with a flight in March can now be bought at these prices:
to Ari Grand Hotel & Spa Guest House, Deluxe double room with balcony, breakfast, departure 14.03,23, 7 nights - from $ 2 628 for two persons,
to Amaya Resort & Spa Kuda Rah 5*, Beach suite with private pool, All Inclusive, departure 19.03, 7 nights - from $ 6 017 for two,
to Rihiveli Maldives Resort 4* hotel, Beach Villa room, All Inclusive, departure 24.03, 7 nights - from $ 7 303 for two.