Experience a wider variety of waves, surf up to six atolls in one surfing holiday! World Surfaris has been operating in this region before anyone else even thought about it. We've discovered many breaks and still have a few secret spots up our sleeves.
Our brand new premier surf charter, Emperor Virgo is ready and waiting to escort you and your friends around the beautiful islands of the Central Atolls in complete comfort. Emperor Virgo will start and finish its journey in Male giving you 10 days to cover a huge area infested with world class surf breaks to suit all levels from beginner to advanced level surfers.
Surf, Fish, Eat, Drink and be merry in this pristine part of the Indian Ocean!
The Central Atolls are not as frequented as the northern Atolls and World Surfaris have been at the forefront of discovery in this region for the past decade. Surfers willing to pay slightly more than a standard Northern trip and go the extra miles to be remote, will be thrilled by the number and variety of surf breaks on offer. The reef breaks in this region are some of the most perfect set ups you could imagine and set in tropical paradise away from more touristy resort areas.
World Surfaris know where and when to find the best waves on offer in the Central atolls. Some of the stand-out spots include Malik’s, Finnimas, Mikados (one of the prettiest surf spots in the world), Ying Yangs (World Class barrels and Machines (mechanical as the name suggests). These waves will keep everyone happy from the hard-core barrel charger on a performance short board to the weekend warrior on a fun board. At several locations there are options of differing degrees of intensity (rights & lefts) and our crew are happy to use the speedboat and dhoni boat to split the group to keep everyone happy.
You will travel to the Eastern atolls and also the more remote Western atolls. There are options that will work with pretty much all swell and wind directions.
Due to surf being located on both the Eastern and Western Atolls
Swell: Pretty much any swell direction
Wind: Pretty much any wind direction