Is traveling to Maldives and surfing its waves on your bucket list? Then Ocean Vibes Guesthouse provides the opportunity to ride the waves around the gorgeous island of Huraa in Maldives. You can choose from one or two surf trips in a day. Stay in a guesthouse that gives you a feeling of home away from home either, engage in optional activities like snorkeling, diving, island hopping, safaris, and much more, and discover the genuine side of the Maldives, living with local people and enjoying their unlimited kindness.
You will be staying in Ocean Vibes Guesthouse in their double or triple rooms. Ocean Vibes Guesthouse offers seven rooms on a local island Huraa in the beautiful Maldives. You can choose the best option for you either stay in a private room, shared room, full board, or with breakfast only. The guesthouse is located just a few steps away from the warm Indian ocean. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas, including all rooms and on the relax beach just next to the guesthouse.
Staying in the guesthouse will give you the opportunity to discover the genuine side of the Maldives, living with local people and enjoying their unlimited kindness. The accommodation is simple, the way that Maldives are, far away from the luxury world of resorts, yet surrounded with same beautiful waters. The rooms are all non-smoking and include air conditioning, extra fan, towels, linens, Wi-Fi, private bathroom, and free coffee, tea, water, and soft drinks.
During this eight-day surfing package in and around Huraa island, Maldives, you will have two to three hours of surf sessions per surfing trip each day. Guests can choose between having one or two surf trips in a day. You will be surfing in some of the best spots in Maldives at Sultans, Jailbreaks, Honkys, or Ninjas.
Ninjas is best for longboarders and beginners. It is righthander that breaks slower and with less shape than any of the surrounding waves. It even closes out when it gets over shoulder high, so anything four feet and under is perfect. It is best with a west to northwest wind, and a moderate south swell.
Sultans location next to Honkey’s puts the uninhabited island of Thamburudhoo, which they both break off of, in the running for the most perfect island in the world. Sultans righthander on one side and Honkey’s lefthander on the other makes it a double threat that is hard to beat, especially when you consider that if Honkey’s is onshore, Sultans is offshore.
This is that location you have been dreaming about. It always has something to surf. Always rideable, the waves here are typically in the 4 to 6 feet range, but reach ideal form at about eight feet. Best in the March to October surf season, especially June, July, and August.
Taking its name from the earliest and most frequent visitor(s), the Honky’s lefthander wonderfully complements Sultans (its righthanded sisterwave), while tending to outshine its sibling on a regular basis. A long, wrapping, left, Honky’s competes for the best wave in North Male Atoll when all conditions are met.
The takeoff is about 100 yards south of Sultans along the same reef, although this wave marries the reef’s semi-circular shape as it breaks and wraps around almost 90 degrees by the time you pull out. The ride can get well over 100 yards long, building in size as it moves inside. The inside section, known as the Ledge or Fred’s Ledge, jacks up almost two feet higher than the initial peak, often surprising its riders and creating unforgettable barrels - nothing quite like a last second boost on your way into the tube.
Best on the low tide (unless the swell is huge), Honky’s reaches perfection in the head high to double overhead range most common during the March to October season. Although it reacts best to straight south swells and north to northeast winds, Honky’s is the only wave that works on an east-northeast (ENE) wind - one of those potentially session-saving details that are always important to commit to memory. One of Honkey’s only downsides is the stubborn current that tends to plague the uninhabited island of Thamburudhoo, impacting both Honky’s and Sultans. This is a favorite destination for most of the surf charters, but be sure to squeeze paddling training into your pre-trip plans.
Located in North Male Atoll, this is an exposed reef break with consistent surf throughout each swell with the best waves during spring and into late summer. Expect the largest waves at Jailbreaks during June, July, and August when conditions are consistently offshore and the dominant swell direction is south-southeast (SSE).
During spring and summe,r you can expect waves in the waist high to a couple feet overhead range (two to eight feet), though late summer swells typically bring larger surf. The reef at Jailbreaks offers up a variety of waves depending on where you set your takeoff point, ranging from open and mellow walls you can hack and slash your way down to hollow barrels with a respectable lip. The popular takeoff spot is steep and fast but sets you up for the perfect right. Though the wave stays good all day long here, the best waves will be had on a rising tide with a six to eight foot swell.
This surf camp is located in Huraa Island, Maldives
You have two options in this surf camp, either you can choose to stay on full board basis (all three meals per day will be provided) or only enjoy daily breakfasts. For those who choose the latter option, you can have lunch and dinner at Ocean Vibes Guesthouse restaurant for 10 USD per meal. Complimentary unlimited tea, coffee, and water would be provided along with juice.
Ocean Vibes Guesthouse provides all sorts of extra activities that you can participate in which will help you explore the Maldives, like snorkeling, diving, visiting uninhabited islands, picnic on the beach, dolphin, turtles and shark safari, manta safari, surfing, parasailing, and jetski.
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