With an unsurpassed view of the surf at Cokes and Chickens, Cokes Surf Camp makes the most of its exceptional location. There are two large informal areas to relax in while looking out to the waves. The top floor has a common area and balcony and is equipped with home theatre system, library and games for the tired surfer to enjoy. The ground floor and reception area offers a juice bar and cafe with more room to refine the art of chilling out before or after a hard session in the surf.
WiFi Internet service available
All rooms have air-conditioning
All rooms have ensuite and hot water showers
Bed lined and room towels provided
All meals, tea, coffee & snacks provided with full board packages
Surf transfers available to other North Male waves
1st November 2017 to 28th February 2018 US$98 : p/p per night
1st March 2018 to 31st October 2018 : US$109 p/p per night
1st November 2017 to 28th February 2018 US$88 : p/p per night
1st March 2018 to 31st October 2018 : US$98 p/p per night
1st November 2017 to 28th February 2018 US$135 : p/p per night
1st March 2018 to 31st October 2018 : US$150 p/p per night
This includes a welcoming airport meet & greet, air-conditioned accommodation in comfortable rooms with ensuite, 3 meals daily (breakfast, lunch & dinner), complimentary WiFi, unlimited water refill with a complimentary, environmentally-friendly refillable bottle, unlimited tea and coffee, world-class perfect right-hand point break at your doorstep (Cokes), free speedboat transfers to world-class, perfect left point break (Chickens), government tax and GST.
Cokes Surf Camp is on the Island of Thulusdhoo, in the Republic of Maldives, just 15 kilometres north of the capital city of Malé and its nearby Velana International Airport. Fly in with one of the world-class airlines that run regular flights to Malé, then take a speedboat or a ferry and you’ll be at Cokes village in 40-90 minutes.
Visitors should wear suitable attire when in a village or town. Both males and female should wear at least shorts and t-shirts. Bikinis and speedos are not appropriate to wear outside resorts. Alcohol is not allowed in villages or Male, nor served at Cokes Surf Camp. The local village communities are friendly and respectful and offer a warm hospitality. Tourism is very important to the Maldives, providing over 60% of the country’s income. Fishing is the other big industry in Maldives. There is a small but growing surfing community in the Maldives and they share the love of waves with the many nationalities visiting the country.