From Disha to Tiger Shroff, Bollywood celebs spend holidays in Maldives

From Disha to Tiger Shroff, Bollywood celebs spend holidays in Maldives

Young Bollywood celebrities Disha Patani and Tiger Shroff have enjoyed a great holiday in the Maldives and shared a number of photos on social media. One picture in Instagram Stories shows Disha gazing at the sea wearing a black swimsuit. In Disha’s most recent post, she is seen walking along the beach in a red bikini.

The twosome travelled to Maldives last Wednesday and celebrated Diwali at the scenic destination. Meanwhile, Tiger posted a picture which has the actor posing near the chartered flight on which he arrived in Maldives. The actor also shared pool photos shot at Intercontinental resort, where he stayed.

Disha and Tiger had earlier celebrated holidays in Maldives back in 2018 and shared pictures.

Recently, Maldives has turned into a favourite vacation spot for Bollywood celebrities. Apart from Disha and Tiger, other actors who reached the islands to enjoy their holidays include Taapsee Pannu, Varun Dhawan, Elli AvrRam, Mouni Roy, Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi.

Moreover, newly-wed south Indian actress Kajal Aggarwal and her husband Gautham Kitchlu travelled to Maldives for their honeymoon and the couple did not forget to post striking pictures of the trip on Instagram.

Maldives allowed tourists into the country from July after the lockdown was lifted and by October 15, guest houses started receiving guests from other countries.

Maldives has become a hot tourism destination again thanks to the breathtaking ocean scenery as well as lifting of almost all travel restrictions. In fact, any person can visit the country with a negative certificate for COVID-19 in a PCR test carried out within 72 hours before departure. Moreover, the certificate should clearly mention the name and address of the laboratory where the test was done and the date on which the sample was taken. The certificate has to be attached to the traveller health declaration form and submitted online at least 24 hours before arrival.

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