Visit Maldives begins month-long global media campaign | All Round View

Visit Maldives begins month-long global media campaign

Maldives National Flag (All Round View File Photo)

All Round View (Peshawar): Visit Maldives initiated its month-long global media campaign to boost the Maldives in 10 key markets simultaneously.

According to MMPRC, the campaign utilizes local and international media channels in mainstream and travel trade print to strengthen its destination presence in India, the United Kingdom, Russia, the Middle East, France, Germany, Turkey, Singapore, South Africa, Italy, Hong Kong and the Asia-Pacific markets.

Visit Maldives will incorporate a strategy to market safety standards set in place to ensure Maldives is one of the safer destinations for travel through several mediums including advertisements and advertorials on leading global publications. Visit Maldives is currently conducting several marketing activities worldwide to ensure the continued popularity of Maldives as a tourist destination.

Held under the slogan ‘Rediscover Maldives…the sunny side of life’, MMPRC will promote the country as a favoured tourist destination, emphasizing the Maldives as a safe haven for travellers aided by the geographical formation of the island nation.

These activities include global campaigns with CNN, DNATA campaign in Middle East, outdoor campaigns in UK and South Korea, a social media campaign with Marco Polo in Germany, campaigns with Travel Weekly in UK, campaign with WeddingSutra in India, a campaign with OTA in France and an online campaign with Travelata, Sletat and Squiz in Russia.

Despite the lifting of restrictions, Maldives has noted a significant reduction in tourist arrivals compared to pre-COVID figures. While a total of 382,760 tourists were recorded before borders were closed in March, the latest figures by Maldives Immigration show that only 27,217 tourists arrived in Maldives in the three months following the lifting of travel restrictions.

Maldives reopened its borders to international passengers on July 15, after nearly four months since the state halted issuing on-arrival visas on March 27. Guesthouses were permitted to resume operations and kick start local tourism on October 15.

However, the Minister of Tourism earlier expressed hopes for the industry’s recovery, estimating that 100,000 tourists would visit Maldives before the end of 2020. The tourism ministry expects a total of 500,000 arrivals for the year.

Shanzay Shah

The Assistant Sub Editor at the All Round View
Shanzay Shah is a dynamic and motivated young writer. She has graduated from Army Public School and College, and has been an active participant in all types of creative activities in school and college. She is engaged with the All Round View and the Midnight Posts as Assistant Sub Editor. She possesses good writing and communication skills. Her activities include competitions like spelling bee, debates and quizzes etc. and science projects. After applying at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar she became a student in BS Psychology. She has volunteered in Mental Health Day and contributed all her efforts and hard work for it. She has also been working as an Amazon Seller. She is always been passionate about work. She has worked as a writer in Watt Pad Writing all kinds of short stories for readers around the world. She is the group leader for the creative writing projects.
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