Maldives is famous for its perfection. And There’s absolutely nothing you could not do. Maldives can cater any kind of travelers. So If you are looking for surfing Maldives can be the perfect destination as well.
Surfing in Maldives
Surf season in Maldives will start around March to the end of October. And All the waves you will be surfing there will be coral reef or rock underneath you. But Before you visit Maldives for surfing you should get yourself prepared. So Maldives is totally different than the Australia for surfing. You should know that it’s very hot here in Maldives, that’s the reason why you should use a good sunscreen on your body to avoid getting a sun burnt. And It’s also hard to get a surfing board in Maldives so it’s wise to bring your own board.
There are all types of different accommodation available in the Maldives from surfers ranging from the cheapest to resorts with the amazing water bungalow. But before you book the accommodation you should check if they have got any surfing spots easily accessible to.
One of the famous surfing spot is available at the local island Thulusdhoo. And There are few guest houses you can book if you want to stay at the island and visit the famous spots, cokes and chickens surf. But If you have more budget, then go for Surfer Resorts and play with Lohi’s Excellent Surf Break or Pasta Point which can be available at the Adaaran select Hudhuranfushi and cinnamon dhonveli.
Thamburudhoo is also a local island which is famous for the Sultans break. And The island is located on the north Male Atoll and can be easily reached by a speedboat.
If you are looking for a two in one vacation, honeymoon and a surfing break, then you should book your accommodation at Anantara Dhigu Maldives. And This property is also famous among the surfers for the famous waves. Or if you are looking for a mid-luxury range then you can stay at Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma which will take 40-minute speedboat ride from the airport. It is surrounded by world class diving and surfing sites. Kandooma has also the exclusivity of surfing Kandooma’s wave but the spot is not a strong break.
Dhaalu, Laamu, Huvadhoo, and addu atoll is also very famous for its waves that you cannot miss.
If you visit Maldives you can Surf and Stay on a Budget, Surf in Style in a Luxury Surfer resort or cruise the Maldives Islands and surf several spots in several Atolls on a Safari Boat. The choice is yours.
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