Welcome to Manta, offering a spacious10 night trip in Central - or Outer Atolls.


Manta Charters

Manta is designed to be spacious. At 105 feet long and 30 feet wide, there is plenty of room to stretch your legs. Manta was fully refurbished to an elegant standard. Manta boasts some great features including 9 cabins with individual ensuites.The Manta crew offers the highest quality service and standards and will attend to all your surf need




Surfing Central Atolls

Our 10 night trips will start and finish in Male making the most of each surfable atoll between Male and Laamu Atolls. These trips are an ideal fit for time-poor surfers looking for a quick, easy escape to a remote paradise and wanting a huge wave count. The Manta crew offers the highest quality service and standards and will attend to all your surf needs.





Surfing Outer Atolls

The Maldives Outer Atolls are an amazing surf location that should be on the bucket list of every surfer. The Outer Atolls is one of the most unpredicatable surf areas in the Maldives. This is where you need an experienced and expert crew to get you away from the crowd and into the best waves on the day. From the lagoons to the uninhabited islands, there is a sense of purity throughout Gaafu Dhaal and its an area you will want to come back to.





Accommodation

Manta is designed to be spacious. At 105 feet long and 30 feet wide, there is plenty of room to stretch your legs. Manta was built in 2006 and, in 2009, was fully refurbished to an elegant standard. Manta boasts some great features including 9 cabins with individual ensuites.




Dinning on Board

Manta also pays attention to the little things. On board you’ll find great coffee, a balanced menu of western and local dishes, plenty of fresh fruit.




A World of Activities

Atolls is your playground and the resort offers a range of activities including: night fishing; snorkelling, BBQ's on desert islands; island-hopping visits to resort islands; visits to uninhabited islands and local fishing villages.







Selecting the right surfboard for Atolls

The Atolls has loads of different wave options that break predominantly on coral reef. The waves pack a solid punch so thankfully most boards will work. However you want to make sure you have a few magic sleds that will allow you to really enjoy the waves of your life! Check out ideal surfboard options on Pollywog below!



Getting there

Pollywog draws on a wealth of surf travel knowledge and experience to ensure that you get the most out of your surf trip. Book now!


Top Tips

• Pack at least 2 surfboards,

• Reef-friendly sunscreen the Maldives gets seriously HOT.

• Draw Cash (Dollars) as you can’t get any on the island and wont be able to tip the locals, which may leave you feeling quite sheepish.


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Read our Blog to relive our Maldivian Dream


Tales from a Maldivian Dream - Day 1

There are few things in life that generate as much excitement in a surfer as embarking on a dream surf trip to an exotic location with your best friends. That excitement escalates ten-fold when the destination is the Maldives.

Tales from a Maldivian Dream - Day 2

Fatigue has set in...

We have been flying for 15 hours and with barely 2 hours sleep and a full day of surfing ahead of us, it was going to be a long day. We would be digging deep into our fading energy reserves.

Tales from a Maldivian Dream - Day 3

They are right about this left. What a phenomenal wave!

We slept well and woke up to a glorious day on the island. The sun was out and the surf was firing! There was nothing else to do but to go surfing, what a blessing.

Tales from a Maldivian Dream - Day 4

It happened!

I can't believe it, but it actually happened...

The plan was to get up early for the dawnie at Pasta Point. We woke up strong and headed for the water.

Tales from a Maldivian Dream - Day 5

It was our last day at Cinnamon Dhonveli and sadly we weren't in possession of a surf pass to paddle out at Pasta Point.

The resort only issues 30 surf passes at any given time for Pasta Point and unlike other breaks nearby, surf charter boats are not allowed to drop anchor here.

Tales from a Maldivian Dream - Day 6

The wake-up call from reception came at 5 AM but instead of being asleep and resting my tired, broken body, I was wide awake, drinking coffee in the comfort of my bed. I was ready for the next leg of our surf adventure in the Maldives. We were off to surf Lohis, another firing left-hander! Bring it on!

Tales from a Maldivian Dream - Day 7

I woke up at 4:30 AM. It was dark and I couldn't sleep anymore. I was depressed. The reality of going home was sinking in and this Maldivian dream I have been living so fully for the last few days was quickly closing out on me, much like the wave that barreled over me at Pasta Point 2 days ago.

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