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Why You'll love Kite Surfing in Maldives !

  • Amazing luxury resorts which offer a range of activities for non kiting families and partners
  • We have hand-picked some spectacular resorts which offer huge flat water lagoons that are perfect for the prevailing wind conditions
  • An exquisite area home to some of the most beautiful islands on earth with turquoise, warm water!

Luxury Kitesurfing Holidays In The Maldives

Although world-renowned as a luxurious honeymoon and diving destination, the Maldives remains relatively undiscovered when it comes to kitesurfing. Although there are over 160 resorts and a multitude of exquisite islands, there are just a few islands that have unobstructed lagoons facing the prevailing wind direction, backed up by professional kitesurf schools. That is why we, at Planet Kitesurf Holidays, have personally visited and inspected the resorts we offer and hand-picked only the best islands to provide you with a kitesurfing holiday like no other.

Although the Maldives is not a high wind destination, from the months of May to October, these islands can make for a stunning kitesurf holiday for couples and families. The Maldives is home to some of the most beautiful small islands on Earth, providing safe havens with no distractions, allowing you to simply relax and enjoy your time off, surrounded by turquoise lagoons and warm crystal clear waters. Our hand-picked island resorts offer world class facilities for both couples and families, with some of the best value Maldives holidays prices during the 'low season' windy period.

Kitesurfing In The Maldives

Kitesurfing on the picturesque island lagoons of the Maldives is just about as perfect as it gets for beginners and improvers alike. The kitesurfing experience in the Maldives is unlike any other, with flat, warm waters that are protected by reef systems. The Maldives is the ideal destination for those who simply love to be in the water, be that underwater scuba diving or flying along its turquoise surface windsurfing, sailing or kiting!

The best time to visiting the Maldives for a kitesurf holidays is between May and October when the south-westerly winds arrive, averaging between 15 and 22 knots. This is not like some of our other super wind reliable destinations, as there are likely to be mornings with no wind, and some no wind days. However, when there is wind, the Maldives is an amazing kitesurf destination.

Other Activities In The Maldives

The Maldives is a renowned destination for water lovers. While based at your Maldives island resort you will also be able to enjoy a variety of other water sports including diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, SUPing, flyboarding, wakeboarding, parasailing, fishing, sailing and kayaking. Surfing is also offered at a number of the resorts with March and April being the best times of year to surf.

The Maldives resorts will never fail to wow you and whether you are after a hotel with great cuisine and a variety of dining and entertainment offerings, a quiet retreat where you can practice yoga and get in touch with nature, or a family-friendly establishment complete with kids clubs and children's programmes, Planet Kitesurf will be able to tailor-make the best holiday for your needs.

If you have a little extra time and fancy a bit of adventure, we would suggest one of our add-on tours to Sri Lanka. Flights easily connect through to Sri Lanka and it is a great value destination. Planet has a lot of experience constructing tailor-made tours to fit specific needs and budgets. We would encourage you to call and speak with one of our travel experts to chat about your kitesurf holiday and tour ideas.

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Anantara Veli is beautiful, the water is crystal clear and the sand is brilliant white.The staff are lovely, and really made our stay so special. The food is good, not amazing (however, the breakfast is pretty epic), but the Japanese and Italian restaurants are not the best. Because of this, I would say the resort just falls below that full five star rating. Overall, you can't fault the accommodation, the overwater bungalows are lovely.


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