Maldives recorded the highest single-day spike in tourist arrivals so far this year on Sunday with over 4,300 arrivals.
Records released by Tourism Ministry show 4,373 tourists visited Maldives on Sunday, increasing total tourist arrivals so far this year to 113,592.
The second highest single-day spike in tourist arrivals this year was recorded on January 31 with 4,218 arrivals, the third highest was recorded on January 3 with 4,196 arrivals, and the fourth highest was on January 2 with 4,160 arrivals.
Records released by Tourism Ministry show the top source market for tourist arrivals to Maldives this year is Russia, with 25,548 visitors.
Maldives has also recorded 24,171 tourist arrivals from India, 8,397 arrivals from Ukraine, 5,427 arrivals from Kazakhstan, and 4,815 arrivals from Romania.
21,489 tourists have visited Maldives in the first week of this February.
Records show Maldives is seeing an average of 3,070 arrivals per day this February.
Maldives currently has 631 tourist facilities in operation; 145 resorts/marinas, 11 hotels, 340 guesthouses, and 135 liveaboard vessels in operation.
The island destination is open to all tourists, provided they have proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken maximum 96 hours before departure from their original destination.
Tourists are issued 30-day visa upon arrival.