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Let's have a look at Soneva resort's amazing sustainability story!

Updated: Dec 3, 2021



If you are impressed by this luxury resort's commitment to sustainability like the Elite voyager, you must be counting the days to when travel is allowed in your country.


The good news is that Soneva Luxury resorts are available in destinations that are open to international tourism even now. If Maldives and Thailand are on your country's travel green list, you might wish to check Soneva Jani and Soneva Fushi resorts in Maldives where the country remains extremely lucky as its 1,200 islands provide a natural defense against the spread of Covid-19. The Government's ‘One Island, One Resort’ policy has served them well. Due to swift and effective action from the Government, the Maldives has been able to successfully contain the spread of the virus, mainly through extensive testing and a significant increase in the capacity of its hospitals. Soneva tests all guests upon arrival using their very own PCR testing machine.


The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has recognised the efforts of the Maldives in implementing enhanced health and safety measures, in line with the WTTC global Safe Travels protocols, and creating a safe plan by rebuilding confidence among travellers and ensuring a coordinated approach in restarting the tourism industry. The Maldives achieved the Safe Travels Stamp, which is endorsed by the World Tourism Organization and more than 200 travel companies. The objective of the Safe Travels Stamp is to provide consumer confidence and ensure travellers that enhanced standards of hygiene are in place. It is the world’s first-ever global safety and hygiene stamp for the travel and tourism industry, designed to address COVID-19 and similar outbreaks.


If you are impressed by this luxury resort's commitment to sustainability like the Elite voyager, you must be counting the days to when travel is allowed in your country. The good news is that Soneva Luxury resorts are available in destinations that are open to international tourism even now. If Maldives and Thailand are on your country's travel green list, you might wish to check Soneva Jani and Soneva Fushi resorts in Maldives where the country remains extremely lucky as its 1,200 islands provide a natural defense against the spread of Covid-19. The Government's ‘One Island, One Resort’ policy has served them well. Due to swift and effective action from the Government, the Maldives has been able to successfully contain the spread of the virus, mainly through extensive testing and a significant increase in the capacity of its hospitals. Soneva tests all guests upon arrival using their very own PCR testing machine.


The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has recognised the efforts of the Maldives in implementing enhanced health and safety measures, in line with the WTTC global Safe Travels protocols, and creating a safe plan by rebuilding confidence among travellers and ensuring a coordinated approach in restarting the tourism industry. The Maldives achieved the Safe Travels Stamp, which is endorsed by the World Tourism Organization and more than 200 travel companies. The objective of the Safe Travels Stamp is to provide consumer confidence and ensure travellers that enhanced standards of hygiene are in place. It is the world’s first-ever global safety and hygiene stamp for the travel and tourism industry, designed to address COVID-19 and similar outbreaks.


Similarly, the luxury Soneva Kiri resort in Thailand implements enhanced health and safety measures.



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