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Six Senses Laamu Experiences

Surfing With Tropicsurf

Tropicsurf is positioned as the masters of high-end surfing. Regardless of age, experience or competency, Tropicsurf asserts that everybody can enjoy surfing's ultimate thrills in safety, comfort and style. Being the only resort in Laamu atoll, the Tropicsurf team at Six Senses Laamu offers guidance on empty line ups, all year-round. Whether it’s your first time in the water, or you’re a seasoned pro, the breaks around the resort offer a huge range of waves suitable to every ability, read more about them all below.

    • Shoulders is one of the few ‘paddle to’ beginner waves in the Maldives and is the perfect left-hand surf break to start your surfing journey.

    • Turtles is a long, soft right-hand wave perfect for beginner to intermediate surfers and those wanting to practice technique.

    • Petrols is one of the most picturesque breaks around the island that offers a short and punchy left-hand wedge perfect for intermediate and advanced surfers.

    • Jetty C is one of the most underrated left-hand waves in the Maldives. This break offers long running left hand waves perfect for intermediate and advanced surfers.

    • Machines is one you may be familiar with. Machines is arguably the most perfect wave in the Laamu Atoll. This right-hand reef break, peels perfectly down the line offering a nice barrel at the start and then a playful wall to follow. A surfer can do everything from getting barreled, to snaps, to cutbacks, to airs. A must see/must surf wave if the conditions are right. 

    • Outside Ying Yangs. Reacting very much like a beach break due to the straight reef, this break can offer some fun, punchy rides for one or two turns before closing on the reef. Due to the reef and paddle back requirements this wave is recommended for intermediate and advanced surfers.

    • Ying Yangs Point offers a slow easy take off and some perfect walls to perform slow, stylish cut backs. This wave is recommended for intermediate to advanced surfers.

    • Inside Ying Yangs is one of the better-known waves in the Laamu atoll and may just be one of the most unique and majestical waves you will ever surf. This wave offers a quick take off, barrel section and running right-hand pearler when the stars align. This wave is only recommended to advanced surfers.

    • Don’t want the hassle of traveling with a surfboard? No worries. Tropicsurf have a full quiver of Firewire boards available for hire.

    • Surfing is difficult. Tropicsurf makes it easy. Lessons are available for all abilities, and beginners are recommended to make use of the friendly conditions situated right off the beaches of Six Senses Laamu.

      • Lagoon Lessons

        Classroom theory, dry practical and in-water lagoon practical

        Duration: 1 hour

      • Ocean Transition 

        Intermediate lesson white water or green wave. 

        Duration: 1.5 hours

       

    • Laamu Atoll is home to some incredible (and empty!) lineups. Explore them with the Tropicsurf guides on their daily boat excursions which head to the waves which are breaking best given the conditions. 

      • Ocean Transition

        Morning or afternoon intermediate lesson by boat to breaks close by. This activity depends on weather and surf conditions.

        Duration: 2.5 hours

      • Ticket to Ride

        Take a trip to our outer reefs with an expert guide. This activity depends on weather and surf conditions.

        Duration: 2.5 hours (half day) or 5 hours (full day)

      • Ride Clinic

        In-water intensive coaching at nearby breaks 

        Duration: 2.5 hours (half day) or 5 hours (full day)

      • Surfari

        Take a speedboat to a break on the other side of the atoll known as Machines. Conditions dependent (level 5 plus)

        Duration: 4 hours

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