Six Senses – your luxury surf resort in the Maldives
Six Senses Laamu is located on the privately owned Olhuveli Island in the Laamu Atoll, towards the south of the Maldives archipelago.
With a strong focus on attention to detail, Six Senses Latitude Laamu is designed to offer individual style along with a strong sense of community.
The result is an eco-friendly yet luxurious guest experience blending natural and diverse design personalities with the island’s lush vegetation.
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Senses Latitude Laamu consists of 100 luxurious Beach Villas, Water Villas and Water Villa Suites, elegantly designed to provide an unparalleled level of privacy, comfort and luxury.
Villas are elegantly designed with a focus on natural materials creating a soft yet stylish retreat for guests.
Located on the shores of the island, the Six Senses Spa offers five secluded treatment rooms plus two single and two double treatments Nests within the island’s natural vegetation.
Highly skilled Six Senses Spa therapists use fresh natural products to provide a comprehensive range of award-winning signature treatments plus rejuvenation specialties of the region.
Visiting practitioners offer our guests lifestyle consultations and specialised holistic treatments including reflexology, acupressure, reiki and shiatsu.
Other facilities include sauna and Kneippe experiences, plus sound therapy and a fully equipped gym with lap swimming pool.
Yoga and personal training programmes are offered on the raised meditation pavilion with views over the ocean.
The innovative and unique experiences are located predominantly over water providing panoramic views of the lush islands of the Laamu Atoll plus spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Longitude, offering a range of creative menus from both hemispheres including both casual and formal dishes to suit any tastes. Longitude provides dining daybeds and over water nets on split level pavilions to create a relaxed and memorable experience.
The Organic Restaurant, perched above the resort’s own organic garden to provide sunset views, offers a la carte dishes with fresh produce from the garden or in the Atoll, plus daily line caught fish. It doesn’t get fresher.
Altitude is a 6.4 metre high glass tower rising out of the ocean showcasing its own well-stocked collection of wine, a Meat and Cheese Deli and a tasting table in its centre – the coolest table in the Atoll.
Ice is for all those with a sweet tooth. From the crepe bar and cocoa kitchen to the 40 flavored ice creams, the choices are endless. With daily cooking clinics, just leave room for the tasting.
Beans and Leaves is your lounge with a view, a huge selection of tea blends and coffee roasting on site. This is the place to graze throughout the day.
Chill Lounge & Bar is a relaxed multi-level panoramic bar. Experiment with over 200 different brown and white spirits in the Spirit Tower or simply sit back and relax on daybeds and over-water netting whilst the resident Mood Jockey sets the tempo from sunset to sunrise.
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Tel:: +316 55 828 727
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When are the Maldives waves at their best?
In general the season runs from mid February till November.
– February, March, April and May: Stable and clean weather with light winds. Consistent medium height waves.
– June, July, August and September: Overhead! Potentially the biggest swells. Can be rainy though.
– Oktober and November: Winds are getting stable and the waves will be medium but clean.
How to get there?
Simply book a flight to Male (MLE) with airlines like Emirates/Singapore Airlines/Etihad/ Sri Lankan/ Qatar ( free surf boards ) or Turkish Airlines / Tiger Airlines/ Air Berlin / Condor
How do I make a reservation?
1. Contact us regarding your request and/or any questions you may have. Use the form above, call us (+316 55 828 727) or write us an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
2. Together we will arrange your trip from A to Z.
3. Have you read our Booking Terms? Before confirming, please read them.
Don’t forget your:
– Surf equipment (+ repair kit)
– Passport (at least 6 months valid upon date of return)
– Visas. For Maldives you get a 30 day free visa upon arrival. Double check here
– Travel insurance
– Board shorts, sunscreen and slippers
The central atolls, waves are long clean right-handers average from 3 to 6 foot with bigger days possible. Surf season is year around but very consistent from March till November. A surf trip to Laamu Atoll is unforgettable. Here you still find uncrowded waves and Laamu is still a relatively new discovery.
Six Senses Latitude looks over Ying Yang, a Righthander First surfed on a boat trip with Pat O’Connell and Satoshi Sekino,Yin Yang is a long outside reef corner right in a pass. Outside is a mellow wall, often cross shore, with safe rides in deep water. Then, the wave bends in the corner, mush out for a while, then wraps into one of the most critical sections in the Maldives. Inside section can be long and tubular, guys getting barreled 3 times.
Close to Six Senses Latitude Laamu are 4 more waves which can be reached through a short boat trip from the resort
The surf around the Central Maldives is not as powerful as say the Mentawais which make these surf trips ideal for all intermediate and advanced surfers.
Spots in the Laamu Atoll are spread from the south facing coastline along the east facing up to the north east corner where waves wrap around. As a result you will find spots protected from all wind directions except a rare straight easterly breeze.