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Indian Ocean Wrap Up

The 2022 Indian Ocean peak season is almost over. As we enter the low season we thought we’d take a quick look back in the rearview mirror of 2022 at the season that was. Whether you got to the Maldives or the Mentawais this year, you did well. For almost everyone, 2022 was the year that borders and waves opened back up again. After years of lockdowns and lockouts 2022 was a huge breath of fresh, free air. Let’s see how everyone’s favourite wave pond treated its long overdue guests in 2022.

March – April

March and April was nothing shy of magic at Hudhuranfushi Resort.

May 

Kingfisher Resort Lances Left – Photo: @dyln_tzen

June

Lohi’s deck at Sunset – while we shivered through winter some of us had the right idea. Hudhuranfushi Resort.

Sunset sessions. ⁣⁣⁣⁣@ryanthoyyib

Aurasurfresort in June cooked.  @dylanathompson doing his best to stay out of the sun drone shot by @charliecullenphoto 

July

 

Niyama switched it on @juan_medina_jcm 

Hudhuranfushi Resort Photo @buddyphoto 

August

Mentawus Surf Charter – treating their guets @brunoveigaphotography
 

Hinkaos switched on for Puria Resort 

September

Just general stoke Mahi Mahi

 

Aura Surf Resort – @charliecullenphoto

 

Niyama Sunsets had us pining for some tropical perfection – @juan_medina_jcm

Katiet beach resort making use of HT’s right on their doorstep

Surfing Village just kept delivering, it’s hard to walk away from.

 

That’s a wrap folks. If the above has you salivating at all, World Surfaris are the Indian Ocean experts and we can get you there. But, with 2023 dates filling fast you’ll need to act now. Give one of our friendly consultants a call and we can get you and your holiday sorted.

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