Maldives Tourist Visa
You do not need to apply for a visa before you travel to the Maldives on holiday.
All tourists, of all nationalities, can receive a 30 day visa free of charge on arrival in the Maldives.
To receive a tourist visa on arrival at Malé International Airport, you will need:
A genuine passport or travel document valid for the duration of your stay in the Maldives;
A return flight ticket, or a flight ticket to another destination, for departure within 30 days of arrival;
Either confirmation of a hotel/resort booking, or evidence of sufficient funds to cover your expenses in Maldives (at least US$100 + US$50 per day demonstrated by cash or bank statement).
You must not undertake employment while in the Maldives on a tourist visa. Visitors found to be employed, or found to have overstayed their visa, may be deported.
Disclaimer: The issuance of tourist visas ultimately lies at the discretion of the Immigration officer. As a tourist, you do not have a right to claim a 30 day visa, and the information above should be seen as guidance.
Renewal of Tourist Visa
You can extend your 30 day on-arrival visa for an additional 60 days by applying directly to the Department of Immigration and Emigration before the expiration of your on-arrival visa. For more information, please visit the Department of Immigration and Emigration website.
Other Types of Visa for the Maldives
Further information on entry requirements, other types of visas, and tourist visa extensions is available on the website of the Maldives Department of Immigration and Emigration.
The Maldives High Commission in London cannot issue any visas under any circumstances.