South Male’ Atoll breaks are usually a couple of feet smaller than those in North Male’ Atoll, but can be excellent if there’s a big swell and great if the crowds are heavy in North Male Atoll.
The surf is accessible on our daily boat trips from Male’.
Miyaru Faru near the island of Gulhi (inhabited island)
Sectiony left, which picks up more swell than most of the breaks in South Male Atoll. Can have a good and section in a big S swell.
Best in N winds, the higher the tide the better. Access by boat.
left that works well with a big south swell and a north wind
Gulhi (inhabited island).
A mushy spot that seems to attract swells. Refractions in the waves caused by the reef sometimes make for a slow but interesting ride.
Access by boat.
Gulhigaathuhuraa (uninhabited island) attached to Palm Tree Island Resort.
Really nice, fast little right-hander that picks up less swell than most other places. Best in winds W to NW.
Named after the resort workers quarters on the island.
small, quick right Kates: short little left-hander
Boduhuraa (uninhabited island) near Palm Tree Island Resort.
Small short left. Best in winds NW to N.
A short right, that needs a big swell. Best SW winds.
short right that works with a south-west wind and a solid swell
Guraidhoo (inhabited island), Eastern Reef of South Male Atoll.
Small reef in the middle of the channel on the southern side of the island. fast right-hander.
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