It’s been a while between surf trips, well ones that aren’t an interstate road trip that is.
Whilst we’ve been tucked away at home endless sets have wrapped through pacific points and reefs going completely unridden, it’s almost criminal.
If your dreams are full of tropical blue waters with perfect rippable lefts and rights marching through then boy do Surfstitch and World Surfaris have just the thing to scratch that itch. Everybody’s favourite surf-chic online retailer is teaming up with the premium surf exploration company in an attempt to help quench the built-up-froth that’s come from not tasting international saltwater for over a year.
You and one lucky companion will be jetting to the Maldives, whilst you’re there you’ll be parked up at the Hudhuranfushi Surf Resort for seven days with all meals sorted, daily surf charters whipping you off to wherever is cooking, as well as exclusive access to the resorts very own crown jewel, Lohi’s, a cracking left-hander that’s one of the most consistent waves in the world, and only a short paddle from your lodging.
Hudhuranfushi is one of the most idyllic spots for a surf trip that you can imagine, the name of the resort literally translates into ‘Island of White Gold’ and is the epitome of island getaways with lush plant and jungle life against crystal blue waters and pacific sunshine.
In terms of waves as well as Lohi’s, you’re surrounded by some of the finest setups in the world, with a 300m long barrelling right called Jailbreaks, a hollow left known as Cokes that breaks from three up to ten-foot, as well as mellower fun waves like Honkey’s and Sultans if you feel like something a little slower paced. To capture the action you’ll have your own personal cameraman getting the highs and lows of your sessions.
With current travel restrictions, this competition is pending until borders open but will be valid for the winners until 2023 giving you plenty of time to get in surf-fit.
Get your pacific wet dreams actualised and enter now.
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