The beautiful chaos of this market will get you in the right mood for Malé.
Enjoy the view over Malé’s harbour while you have lunch, all the way up inside the Shinetree Building.
This mosque is definitely worth seeing, with all its stunningly crafted ornaments and calligraphic decor.
One of the most amazing diving spots in the Maledives.
Heavenly waves for good and advanced surfers, just off Thanburudhoo island.
This is the perfect accommodation if your holiday is focused on surfing and relaxing.
This resort‘s location is not too far away from Malé airport but far away enough from reality. The island is a perfect hideout with all the amenities that will make your holiday a special one.
Delicious Thai cooking.
A nice place to enjoy the view of the Indian Ocean, listen to live music and have a sundowner with friends.
The perfect place to grab a coffee. Make sure to try their chocolate brownies!
A beautiful island with a calm atmosphere where you can experience Maldivian culture in an authentic way.
Nice beach-, swim- and surfwear.
Boasts many cool surf and outdoor fashion brands.
Try all kinds of water sports here. Flyboarding is the greatest fun ever!
Learn how to dive professionally or enhance your skills at the Divers Lodge Maldives.
A supermarket that has everything you could possibly need.
Another nice supermarket where I often do my grocery shopping for the week.
The most delicious ice cream, sorbets and cakes.
Wakeboarding, game fishing and many more enjoyable water-based activities. Good people and a good price.
An ideal place to catch a Maldive sunset from.
Great place to have a picnic with friends and family, or to just chill and listen to the sound of the waves.
Sometimes you have to escape the scorching sun; take a break in the shade of Sultan Park.
My thoughts about Maldives
The people and the beauty of the Maldives. It is simply out of this world. I truly believe that this is heaven on earth.
It really depends on my mood.
Trying local dishes and experiencing the culture.
Take a vacation into My life
I am the first child of Ahmed Waheed and Aishath Moosa. I was born and raised on the beautiful island of Velidhoo in the North of the Maldives. Like probably everyone else who grew up on an island, I became fascinated with the ocean at an early age. I spent most of my childhood in the water and that’s what naturally led to me learning how to surf at the age of sixteen. After I had graduated from the Four Seasons Apprenticeship Program I was trained as a surf instructor in Australia and became the first accredited Maldivian surf instructor. Since then I have been teaching people how to surf, and I combine my work with my love for photography. In the end, surfing is not just a job, it’s my greatest passion.
Seeing the people’s smiles on their faces when they catch their first wave or when they see the picture of them surfing a wave for the first time.
People and places.
Usually I make friends very quickly wherever I am. I guess they’d say that I’m charming, loyal, communicative and outgoing.
Loving, humorous, adventurous, kind, energetic, positive (six words but oh well!).
I love to read biographies of people, surf magazines and the news online.
Gladiator, Game of Thrones, Seinfeld.
I prefer to travel on my own.
The coral islands of the Maldives.
Do good and good will be your friend.
I can’t handle spicy food and I love caramel pudding.
all about living in the moment and discovering the diversity of different cultures.
an adventure, a moment by moment journey of discoveries—and I enjoy every bit of it. I'm very thankful for all the beautiful people in my life. I never take it for granted.