Friday August 28th 2015

Vaccinations

Normally, no vaccinations are required by the Maldives authorities. However, if you are from a Central African nation or South American, or if you have travelled through these areas to get here, you need to have a valid certificate indicating that you have been vaccinated against yellow fever. If not, you do not need any specific vaccination certificates to get into the Maldives. If you want to be extra careful, do consult your personal physician for his/her recommendations.

Visitors should check with their carrier when making reservations, as health regulations may change without notice.

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