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An adults-only luxury resort in the Maldives is offering guests to book a year’s worth of unlimited stays in 2021 for $30,000

An adults-only luxury resort in the Maldives is offering guests to book a year's worth of unlimited stays in 2021 for $30,000
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  • A luxury resort in the Maldives in offering a deal that allows guests to stay at their establishment for an unlimited time in 2021 for $30,000, according to CNN.

  • The “Unlimited Stays in Paradise”  package includes an overwater bungalow, free breakfast services, and discounts on dining experiences at the resort.

  • The package is valid for purchase until November 30.

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The Anantara Veli resort in the Maldives is offering an “Unlimited Stays in Paradise” package that is valid to book for unlimited nights in 2021 for $30,000, according to CNN. The package allows two guests to stay at the resort and includes an overwater bungalow, daily breakfast, wifi,  transportation, and discounts on dining and spa services, according to the resort’s website. Bookings open until November 30.

According to Anantara Veli’s website, the 5-star adult-only resort has multiple restaurants and private dining experiences, an option for private movie screenings, a spa, and offers fun excursions.

CNN reported that during the pandemic the Maldives has allowed travelers to visit since mid-July. As of Saturday, the Maldives has 12,154 total cases of COVID-19. In an effort to combat the spread of the virus, the resort has issued an initiative to keep their guests safe during their visit that follows guidelines from the World Health Organization.

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, many destinations are taking advantage of people wanting to opt-out of quarantining in their homes for an isolated vacation overseas. Bermuda and Barbados have offered programs for remote workers to stay on the island for a year. And in July officials on three Hawaiian islands —  Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island — considered allowing tourists to vacation in a “resort bubble,” which would allow visitors to safely roam as they please.

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