Jul 30, 2008

Paradise island : the 3rd surf resort in North Malé

It took about 6 month for Lohifushi to turn into Huduranfushi resort over the summer 2006 and in the meantime, Paradise Island set up a surfing service to the nearest breaks. Of course, you can not surf on Paradise Island but Jails / Sultans / Honky’s only stands a 20 minute dhoni ride way. While Chaaya Dhonveli and Huduranfushi now enforce strict exclusivity access over their home left-handers, Paradise now plays third fiddle in the surf resorts without surf but good service to travel to nearby breaks.

Paradise Island is an idyllic setting for surfers who desire access to 5-star facilities. Paradise Island features both water and beach bungalow accommodation, an international dining experience from the island’s buffet, Italian and Japanese restaurants, a Day Spa set in a lush tropical theme and a large variety of water sports activities, including Jet Ski, parasail and diving.

Line up surf the Maldives offers a Dhoni (20 minutes) service twice daily to famous local breaks such as Jailbreaks, Honky’s, Sultans and Full Moon. These leave at 8am and 2pm each day and return by lunch and sunset respectively. Regular trips to Cokes and Chickens are also arranged as well as to breaks on South Male Atoll. A qualified surf instructor/surf guide accompanies each session and coordinates all surf activities from Paradise Island.

Lineup Maldives aims to become the most competitive provider of quality surf resort living in the North Male Atoll and would welcome new customers. Packages begin from $Aus2999 / 1850 €. Casual rates are also available for surfers who desire greater flexibility. Enquiries can be made at sales@tripconcept.com (world) and Lineup@lineup.com.au (Australia). See also www.surfthemaldives.com or email the surf guide directly on Paradise Island on markbcosta@gmail.com for further information.


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dragonfly said...

All I can say is: WOW! Why can't i live there?? Life would be so much nicer! I have been to Maldives, but I have seen the most popular places. (My fav pic from Maldives is: http://www.odyssei.com/travel-gallery/75534.html Next time i am going to spend 3 weeks in a place like this island. :)

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