An adults-only luxurious resort within the Maldives is providing visitors to book a yr’s value of limitless stays in 2021 for $30,000



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  • According to CNN, it’s a luxury resort in the Maldives that has an offer that will allow guests to stay in their home indefinitely for $ 30,000 in 2021.
  • The “Unlimited Stays in Paradise” package includes an overwater bungalow, free breakfast service and discounts on culinary experiences at the resort.
  • The package is valid until November 30th.
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Anantara Veli Resort in the Maldives is offering an “Unlimited Stays in Paradise” package, which CNN says can be booked for unlimited nights in 2021 for $ 30,000. The package allows two guests to stay at the resort and, according to the resort’s website, includes an overwater bungalow, daily breakfast, WiFi, transportation, and discounts on restaurants and spa services. Bookings are possible until November 30th.

– Visit the Maldives (@visitmaldives) on November 9, 2020

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According to the Anantara Veli website, the adults-only 5-star resort has multiple dining and private dining options, a private movie screening option, a spa, and fun excursions.

CNN reported that the Maldives has been allowed to visit travelers since mid-July during the pandemic. As of Saturday, there are a total of 12,154 cases of COVID-19 in the Maldives. To combat the spread of the virus, the resort has launched an initiative to ensure the safety of its guests during their visit, which follows World Health Organization guidelines.

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, many travel destinations have been using people who want to opt out of quarantine in their homes for an isolated vacation overseas. Bermuda and Barbados have programs for remote workers to stay on the island for a year. And in July, officials on three Hawaiian islands – Maui, Kauai and the Big Island – considered allowing tourists to vacation in a “resort bubble” that would allow visitors to safely walk around as they please.

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