Welcome to Cinnamon Dhonveli, home to the famed Pasta Point, one of the most consistent left-handers in the North Male Atoll.


Cinnamon Dhonveli Surf Resort

Cinnamon Dhonveli is what dream surf trips are made of and apart from offering perfect surf, this 4-star resort boasts stunning accommodation options, excellent food selection and a wide range of activities to make your surf trip a memorable one.




Surfing Pasta Point

The best time to surf Pasta Point is between May and August which produces the most consistent surf in favourable offshore conditions. Only 30 surf passes are issued at Pasta Point at any given time which means fewer crowds and more waves for you! You can also explore nearby surf breaks by boat and ride waves to Sultans, Honkey's and Jailhouse!





Accommodation

Friends, family and kids, everyone is welcome at Cinnamon Dhonveli! You can choose the accommodation that best suits your needs and taste. Options include Garden Bungalows, Beach Bungalows, Water Bungalows and Over Water Suites.




Restaurant with a View

Situated directly in front of the wave at Pasta Point, you can enjoy deliciously-varied cuisine at the open-air Makana Restaurant. An international buffet is served daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Local Maldivian dishes are also offered and come highly recommended.



A World of Activities

Cinnamon Dhonveli is what dream surf trips are made of and apart from offering perfect surf, this 4-star resort boasts stunning accommodation options, excellent food selection and a wide range of activities to make your surf trip a memorable one.







Selecting the right surfboard for Pasta Point

Pasta Point can be enjoyed by surfers of all skill levels! The wave does, however, favour intermediate and advanced surfers. With exclusive access to the surf, the best wave of your life is just a few paddle strokes away.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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