Maldives, the country of 1192 Islands with some of the most amazing waves, is the perfect destination to surf. Though the surfing season depends on Atolls, it will be great to book the travel from April till October to surf in the beautiful ocean. Male Atolls have been quite popular amongst surfers. Explore all the beautiful surfing spots and explore the surfer within oneself. Maldives is spread over twenty-six atolls. Here are some of the best Maldives surf spots for the best experience:
Niyama Private Islands
Niyama Private Islands Surf Resort takes travelers away from the crowd to have the most amazing surfing experience with no compromise on the waves. Just five minutes away by the speedboat is the closest break. There are other breaks at again quite some distance by the speedboat.
The Sultans Way 007
It is a sleek yacht from the Azimut open S range that has an elegant design. This lavish yacht is a perfect choice for families who love to be on high seas. One gets to find beautiful beaches and great waves. One also gets a surfing or diving instructor to teach as to how it can be done in a safe manner. Enjoy the picture perfect barrels and have direct access to the waves. On this yacht, one gets to have a luxurious stay and enjoy activities like snorkeling, fishing and floating sun mats.
Spend your Maldives surf trip in the Azalea. Get the panoramic views from the luxurious cabin. One gets to see some incredible locations of the beautiful country. The travelers can also get the itinerary customized and relax in a number of ways starting from relaxing in the Jacuzzi to sipping wine on the lavish deck. The experienced staff will take the travelers to learn some courses before having some fun dives. One can have the best surfing experience while being in the crystal clear waters of Maldives. Travelers can book their favorite rides and can make the customized itinerary made.
Overall, the Central Atolls, a peaceful area with limited crowds, have moderate-sized, perfect reef breaks. Whereas, North Male Atoll features consistent waves than anywhere else. Much of the ring-shaped Southern Atolls still remains secluded on the surf atlas.