Based on 2 votes. Colas in North Male Atoll is an exposed reef break that has fairly consistent surf. The surf tends to be best in the spring. Offshore winds blow from the northwest. Groundswells more frequent than windswells and the ideal swell angle is from the southeast. A reef breaks right. It very rarely gets crowded here. Rocks are a hazard. The best conditions reported for surf at Colas Cokes occur when a Southeast swell combines with an offshore wind direction from the Northwest. For Chickens, 2 km from Colas Cokes.
Seasonal surf conditions at Cokes
From March to October the swell is very consistent and the West trade winds provide offshore and glassy conditions to both Chickens and Cokes. November to February are the months when the swells are small and suitable for beginners. The weather is usually very nice during this time with waves in the waist to shoulder high range. From the Cokes Surf Camp, you have a commanding view of two of the best surf spots in the Maldives, Cokes and Chickens.
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A world class right that breaks off an island housing a Coca-Cola factory, Cokes is also referred to as Colas—but strictly by Pepsi drinkers or anti-corporation activists. Soft drink loyalties aside, Cokes will quench the thirst of even the most barrel-starved. A hollow, pounding righthander, Cokes is the best big wave spot in the area, and the poster wave of the North Male Atoll. Although shorter than the left at nearby Chickens or the right at Jailbreaks, Cokes has two really good sections that provide consistent, if brief, shelter from the heat of the Maldivian sun. The steep and heavy takeoff on the outside section guarantees quick shade time, followed by an even wider tube on the inside—compliments of the shallow reef. Although this is not the place you want to get caught on the inside, the inside section lines you up to make a shot for the channel, leading most surfers to overlook the sharp reef and charge the second section as well. The location of the break makes Cokes consistently bigger than anywhere else, but that benefit comes with the price of being more susceptible to the southwest wind. Like Chickens, it is best on mid to high tide when the dreaded current is a little more forgiving, but a larger swell usually makes low tide manageable. This is one of those waves you must add to your boat trip schedule. Cokes is definitely most enjoyed during the magical Maldivian months from March to October that bring both consistency and size—peaking in July and August.
The surfing season in the Maldives depends on the Atolls, but most of the archipelago is good for surfing from April till October, yet March and November are also good and have the best weather. Swell is amazingly consistent in this part of the planet, but even on flat days there's always something exciting to do in the Maldives, like snorkeling or fishing. The main differences between them are about swell size, consistency and most of all in crowd. There are some great surfing spots in the country, but just a few are easily accessible from resorts.