Exceptional Island Experience
The Maldives is without a doubt one of the most spectacularly beautiful Indian Ocean Islands you will ever visit. Pristine beaches, crystal clear ocean, friendly staff and personalised attention to detail will give all travelers the holiday of a lifetime. Great for couples, families, individuals, honeymooners and all lovers of island vacations.
Surfer numbers capped
World Surfaris has initiated the capping of on-island surfer numbers to a maximum of 45 to improve the surfer package and maintain uncrowded waves at the house break ‘Lohis’. Hudhuranfushi Resort is a mid-range multi-facility resort, perfect for surfing couples, honeymooners, families or the boys looking to kick back after a boat trip. There are not too many resorts in the world with a world-class wave within walking distance from your room. Lohis is widely regarded as the best left in the Maldives, not only is it super consistent and surf-able in any swell/wind/tide combination, but it is also good at any size, from 2ft to 6ft, and has multiple take off areas to spread out the guests. It’s hard to imagine a better set up so close to your room. Under the surfer management plan, you will be one of only 45 surfers with access to Lohi’s left. Less people in the water will mean more waves for you, but with only 45 passes available at any one time, you must act now.
Guaranteed uncrowded surfing
Prior to 2014, there has been no control on the number of surfers permitted to stay at Hudhuranfushi Resort. As a result, surfer numbers spiralled out of control during the last few years, leaving many people frustrated after travelling half way around the world only to surf with a crowd. In order to guarantee uncrowded waves and a great atmosphere in and out of the water, surfer numbers were capped in 2014 and every surfer visiting reported a very enjoyable surf experience.
ALL SURFERS coming to the resort MUST book onto the ‘surfer allocation’. If surfers arrive at the resort without a space booked in the surfer allocation, they will not be able to surf at Lohis break. The allocation system is the only way to manage surfer numbers and ensure uncrowded waves.