In the first quarter of 2023, The Maldives has seen an increase in tourists. The most recent figures show that visitor arrivals have not only rebounded from the pandemic but have even surpassed the levels seen in 2019 before the disaster.
523,928 tourists arrived in the Maldives during the first quarter of 2023 compared to 482,978 during the same period in 2019, an outstanding rise of 8.5%. Moreover, travellers are staying longer in the Maldives now, with the average length of stay rising from 6.3 nights to 8 days over the same time period.
With 29% of this aim already met in the first quarter, the Maldives government appears to be on track to meet its ambitious target of receiving over 1.8 million tourists in 2023.
The Maldives' tourism sector recently celebrated the achievement of a new milestone: by March 26, 2023, there will have been more than 500,000 visitors. This accomplishment demonstrates the nation's continued appeal as a top tourist destination.
The Maldives' tourism sector appears to be on the rise as the nation continues to draw tourists from all over the world. This will help the nation's economy and give travellers looking for sun, beach, and relaxation a much-needed break.