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Topic: how is this place?

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By:

yigal

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Maldives Maldives

 

how is this place?

« on: March 18 2006 00:03:00 »

is anyone have some surfing information about that place?
some photos?how are the locals? how is the food? there something to do there in the night time?

By:

oatsy

RE: how is this place?

« Reply #1 on: March 20 2006 17:03:00 »

Maldives is fairly expensive, you have the choice of two ressorts. Minimal locals, generally just the people in ressorts who will be surfing. Ressorts have rights to certain waves from memory.  Waves are more playful than your heavier reef breaks of other destinations. I've got some pics from a couple of people I know that have been there, will try and find them. They've come back raving about it, if you want heavier waves though I'd look elsewhere.

By:

Kharen

RE: how is this place?

« Reply #2 on: May 28 2006 01:05:00 »

MAldives has spectacular natural gives for surfer with a very accesable wave and less crowded! Basically two has two places to surf  the Inner Atoll surf breaks (best on April to October ) and Outer Atoll ( February to April ). Bigest swells by JUne to JUly for about 4-8 feet though sometimes bigger waves is experience. Temperature rnage between 31-25 degree celcius a very good weather that somtimes surfers prefer not to wear wetsuit.
If you need more information about Maldives please feel free to e-mail at info@hopetours.com and I will try all my best to help.


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