The Southern Atolls are located in the most southern section of the Maldives, territory of all the adventurers and explorers which surfers are continually reminded of when they arrive upon empty surf break after empty surf break.
Here, it is likely to find virgin waves, secret spots and no crowds.
This itinerary is recommended for those who are lucky enough to stay more than 10 days and for the budget conscious.
Access to this region requires more consistent logistics and planning, taking into account a variety of factors, such as scheduling and shifting the boat, domestic flight schedules, swell conditions and fuel layoffs, and so on. And all this makes this area turn into costly terms.
Once a clean south swell comes in that is all what you could ask for, the result is powerful waves actually some of the most powerful waves in the Maldives.
These waves offer a barrelling session with a heavy lip on a often finishing in a shallow reef coral- probably recommended for advanced level surfers or daring middlemen.
The waves that you can find in South Atolls are the kind of waves you keep remembering these days, for weeks and months and even years after the end of your surfing trip to the Maldives.
Here in the South Atolls, you will surf the Huvadhoo atoll with famous waves like Blue Bowls, Love Charms, Tiger stripes and Beacons are pointed as two of the most powerful waves of the Maldives, passing quickly to a coral decorated with live corals and shallow – a characteristic common of southern surf spots.
Only the Ayada surf resort is right in the middle of all these remote destinations in the middle of the Indian Ocean.