You will get a regular tourist visa valid for 30 days at arrival. If you would like to stay longer with us, we can help you with the extension of your visa for up to 90 days total stay.
All travellers are required to submit the Traveller Declaration within 96 hours to the flight time, during arrival and departure. This can be applied on IMUGA.
We recommend you to bring surf clothing for tropics, your personal surf board,, surf wax, and a spare leash and fins (since you will need to go to Male to buy new ones in case something breaks). Also a very important thing to bring, which is a bit rate on the island is good sunscreen or zinc as sun can be quite extreme here.
Not necessarily. You can tailor make your package to suit your number of days. Please get in touch with us with your requirement.
To book our surf camp or to check availability, the best thing to do is contact us via our website. We are open any day of the week, and you will normally receive a reply within 24 hours.
Breakfast and dinners are included in the packages. Guests can also use the kitchen from noon until 3 pm.
Your wife/girlfriend/husband/boyfriend/child is very welcome to come along as a non surfing partner and a discount is available too. Non surfers can still enjoy all the other aspects of the package like massages, city tour, etc. If they prefer they can simply relax, unwind and enjoy the beach, and delicious food. Contact us for more information and pricing.
Surfing is a fantastic family holiday activity and having kids for your surf lessons is always a lot of fun. We do have an age limit for surfing guests though; they need to be a minimum of 6 years old and accompanied by at least one participating adult. Children who require their own room are charged at adult rate.
It’s advisable that all of our guests purchase adequate medical and travel insurance that covers adventure sports such as surfing.
There is no ATM on the island, closest is in the island of Muli which is only about 5 minutes by boat. Most shops on the island accept USD or MVR, and you can also pay with credit card. If you want to exchange money, it’s best to do this at the airport or Male.
Simply put, we stick to an upper limit of 1: 5 Guide to Students ratio.
We suggest that you bring you personal board, extra fins and leashes, wax, sunscreen, or zinc.
Yes, we advise you to bring your own board since there are not a good choice when it comes to rental shops in this remote island.
Yes, like most of the local islands in Maldives, Mulah as well has its own hospital.
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