Wave located in Villingilimathi Huraa uninhabited island, next to Thulusdhoo Island (on the other side of the channel). This wave holds swell size from 3ft to well over 10ft and provides rides up to 500m long. This is a long left-hand wave with 2 sections where you can easily get barrels on the last section of the wave.
Also close to the Island of Thulusdhoo, this is a right-handed wave recommended for intermediate surfers or experienced especially when the swell is big. The wave It is a hollow and tubular right-hander that. breaks over a shallow reef and is known as one of the best waves in the Maldives. The wave's name is due to the Coca-Cola factory nearby on the island of Thulusdhoo. Works best with winds from south and north-east.
Named after the island resort Lohifushi. Consistent left-hander that breaks in two sections, but, if the swell is big enough it can form a perfect long wave that barrels across the reef. Every year between May to June this spot hosts the WQS O'Neill Deep Blue's.
This spot works well with north-west and north-east winds but it is ideal with swell from south-east and winds from north-west.
Slow right-hander, good for beginners and long-boarders . Presumably named because it's one of the favourite waves of the Japanese surfers. Best conditions on W-NW winds with a moderate S swell. However swells larger than 4ft ruin it.
Wave that is exclusive to the guests staying at the Chaaya Island Dhonveli Resort. This wave is an amazing left that has two famous sections, one named Macarroni bowl due to its bowling type of section and Lock jaws that only works on days when the swell is big and grinds into very shallow water over the reef.
Super fast right-hand wave that works better with bigger swell and can become very long with swell from the south, best conditions are found with winds from the west and high tide.. If Honky's is onshore, then Sultans will be offshore. An easy right-hander with an inside a little faster. It is one of the most consistent waves and there will always be something to surf.
Located in the island of Thaburudhoo (on the same island as Sultans), some consider it the best wave of the Maldives, but maybe not as popular as Cokes and Chickens. When the conditions are met, it is a true World Class, that's for sure! It is a super long, left-hand wave that can double in the second section. It is a fast left at 4-6ft and needs the right swell direction. Worth checking out if Sultans is crowded. It is an ideal spot for winter on North-East wind.