The Fiji DMF are looking for corporate and individual donors to assist them in providing essential dental and medical care to Fijians
Eryn Krouse, Lia Turano, and Janine Jahnke, joined us for their tropical girls surf trip in January. It’s no secret that Namotu is renowned for its world-class surf breaks, white sandy beaches, and crystal-clear waters but our food, cocktails and the Fijian culture are what really makes a holiday here so special. The girls had
Renowned Hawaiian big wave surfer, stand-up paddlboarder, surf and SUP board shaper, foiler and windsurfer, Dave Kalama and his team of watermen (and women) have just wrapped up their annual 2 week surf camps on Namotu. Of course any trip hosted by Dave is going to include a lot more than just surfing. There’s foiling,
Fiji’s Open! From December 1st international tourists will be welcomed back to Fiji without quarantine. But what does that mean for your trip to Namotu?
We are just a small island with a big, blue playground. And it’s our goal to ensure we our slice of paradise clean and healthy, not just for the pleasure of our guests but for the local Fijian community and the incredible array of creatures that live among it.
If you ever imagined being stranded in tropical paradise, this is your chance to live it. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity exists to spend two weeks (or more) on Namotu Island with just you and your chosen friends and family.
Picture this… it’s March in 2020 and you arrive to Namotu just as COVID-19 is exploding and the world is turning on its head. As borders close and flights are cancelled you must choose; stay indefinitely or go immediately. Australian surf guide, Ben Wood (42) was in just that predicament. As chaos took over, Namotu’s
The FIJI DMF are a USA-based NGO medical organisation that visits Namotu and the local village of Solevu in the Mamanuca Islands each year. This team of roughly 30 volunteers offer vital dental care to our staff, Solevu village residents and school children, and many other resorts’ staff.
What’s new on Namotu? Not much! Mike, Katie and their daughter, surf guide Brisa Hennessy are holding up the fort with a small number of key staff. There’s general maintenance and some minor building but with no guests there’s not a whole lot happening. Ports are closed and travel restricted but there are much worse places to
Api, our Fijian surf guide and boatman, is only 18 but already he’s making his mark on Namotu and Fijian surfing with his character and natural ability. Growing up on Fiji’s Coral Coast, Api learned to surf when he was about 10 years old and started competing not long after. Now at 18 he has