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The Inside Mail on COMO Maalifushi, Maldives

by Tropicsurf Blog November 22, 2018

TS GUIDE CHRIS PREWITT

For those looking for a great dining experience, the Japanese Restaurant called Tai is epic. Great Wagyu, sushi and a host of traditional dishes. Everything on the menu is sensational. It’s also THE place to enjoy a sundowner.

Get dropped off on your own private island for as long as you want with everything you need to have a very private hideaway experience. This is a nice part about visiting Thaa Atoll – many islands are uninhabited. Even just to see them exist in their pristine state is comforting.

Learn to surf at the picturesque break of Farms. Backdrops rarely get prettier than here and your ride ends in the safety of a deep blue hole.

Little and big kids love to watch shark feeding in the evenings at the bar.

When the swell is up, book the Cameron boat for a barrel-fest at Coffins. It’s a mechanical right hander in the neighboring atoll.

ROSS & DI PHILLIPS

Everything on the Como Shambala Menu is healthy and fresh and ideal for pre-orpost surf sustenance.

Families would love the two-bedroom overwater COMO Villas. They are very spacious and stylish. Sitting above the lagoon they feature a large private pool and butler service.

 






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