We’re now around halfway through the Unlimited Week season (select dates June-Sept) and have been scoring consistent wind and waves throughout July. The last two weeks have been particularly bountiful with a solid swell that stuck around for days and SE winds ideal for kiting and winging. Chris Peel shot a particularly good afternoon at
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,
Californian surfer girl Eryn Krouse & her boyfriend Michael joined us for a holiday in January and documented their trip on film, showing Namotu is the perfect couples surf destination.
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If you have your sights set on surfing in Fiji at Namotu Island, you are aware of the common weather wisdom: Any time is good to catch a wave, but winter from April-October offers the best swells that create the best waves.
Heading to Fiji is a major trip for most people, perhaps even a once-in-a-lifetime experience. You will want to make sure you get the most out of it.
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A lot of people think skipping work is a sign of laziness. But it turns out that spending leisure time away from the office – say, surfing in Fiji – can actually improve your work.
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It's where the world's best surfers migrate to put their skills to the test.