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Come sailing with Blue Horizon and you will leave with a smile, amazed, excited and hope to join them again as a lover of Maldivian waves and oceanic beauty. You will get a memorable surf trip on a yacht while exploring many surf spots in Maldives. When you are tired of surfing, Blue Horizon provides you with fishing equipment that you can use. You can also have a barbecue on an inhabited island and chill out from the hustle and bustle in this idyllic paradise in the Indian Ocean.
Airport transfer included: Malí© International Airport
Blue Horizon’s catamaran can accommodate a maximum of eight pax (four cabins). If you want a surf guide, you have to provide a cabin for him. A generator will be running from 18:00 to 06:30. Air conditioning works only when the generator is running.
This surf trip in Maldives will start and end in Male. From Male, you will go to South Male, Vaavu, Meemu, Faafu, Dhaalu, Thaa and Laamu Atoll.
Vaavu Atoll is an administrative division of the Maldives comprising the natural atolls of Felidhoo Atoll and the Vattaru Reef. This atoll is located 40 miles from capital Malé, approximately 60 minutes by speedboat. Vaavu Atoll is a true geographical wonder.
It is a boot-shaped atoll and the ‘toe’, Fotteyo Muli, is the easternmost point of the Maldives archipelago. In addition to this, the 55-kilometer-long unbroken reef that stretches from the toe to the heel of the boot is the longest reef in the Maldives.
Maldives is a tropical island nation in the heart of Indian Ocean, with more than 1,190 small, coral islands stretching over approximately 2000 kilometers. It is the smallest country in South Asia and 10th smallest in the world. It also tops the list of lowest countries in the world with the average ground level of only 2.4 meters.
Maldives, though small in every way, is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with a rich heritage and unique language. It is considered a developing country but is among countries with the highest literacy rate. About 300,000 people live in Maldives, of which, one third live in the capital city Male. Maldivians are simple, down-to-earth and hospitable.