After another uncertain summer of travel for our UK customers – two of our most popular surf destinations – Sri Lanka and The Maldives – are now off the red list for travel!
As part of their new COVID travel restrictions, the UK government has announced that they’ll be halving the red list, and scrapping the traffic light system in favour of a simplified, Red or Green system.
These rules comes into play at 4am on October 4th 2021 – you can read the official guidelines HERE
Please note, travel requirement have been changing constantly, so make sure you’re up to date about the latest travel restrictions for both your home country and destination country.
Although we’re now in the tail end of the Maldives surf season, it has been PUMPING and there is still plenty of opportunities to score some incredible waves in paradise.
We’ve still got limited availability at many of our Maldives surf resorts – including Pasta Point, Niyama, Ayada and Kandooma, as well as our local island surf and stays too.
The Xmas and NYE period is already pretty full, with Pasta Point being fully booked out already, so chat to our surf travel experts for the latest availability and to secure your spots.
And of course, you can still lock in your 2022 Maldives surf trip, with our early bird deals!
Sri Lanka has come off the UK red list at the perfect time – just as the Sri Lanka surf season kicks off on the South West Coast!
Our 10 week Sri Lanka Instructor Course only has 2 spots remaining, so if you’re keen for that let us know ASAP! But we’re also stoked to announce that due to the popularity of the October course, we’ve now also launched a March start date – click here for more info.
As for the rest of the season, we’ve got plenty of Sri Lanka Surf camp options running from October onwards as well as some awesome surf trips in March too.
Chat To Our Surf Experts Today
So if you’re keen to so out some Sri Lanka or Maldives surf goodness chat to our surf travel experts and we can make it happen!
We’re always happy to answer any questions you have – but make sure you keep an eye on the official government websites for the latest news on entry requirements and visas.