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
Introducing Ben Wilson’s UNLIMITED WEEKS Over the last 5 years name “Kite” Weeks hasn’t rung true. Because they’re about so much more than kitesurfing. They’re foiling, surfing, fishing, paddle boarding, kiting and everything in between. Unlimited Weeks (formerly Kite Weeks) are the complete Namotu Island experience with all the trimmings and no limits. Lots of added inclusions,
Ben Wilson’s premium KITE/SURF/FOIL/WING trips are finally back! It’s been a long wait but so worth it. We held four incredible consecutive Kite Weeks over June and early July and finally had the chance to catch up with old friends, new guests and a stellar group from around the world. Thank you to all the
Ben Wilson answers the top 10 most asked questions about his signature Kite Weeks. Questions like, “am I good enough to kite in Fiji?”; “I’m not a great surfer but I’d love to try. Will there be waves for me?” and “my partner doesn’t kite, what can they do?”
For over 20 years our General Manager, Ben Wilson has been kiting around Namotu after first learning the sport in its early days. Ben went on to have a career in kiting and has been running Kite Weeks on Namotu for over 8 years. During that time he’s been on the cover of plenty of magazines. His latest is on iKsurf Mag.
The Kite Week circus has just rolled out of town after a huge week of kitesurfing, surfing and even foiling and SUPing. Ben has been coming to Namotu since we opened and each trade wind season he runs a series of Kite Weeks where he brings a large team of instructors to coach kiters of
A kitesurfing resort is the perfect place to hone your skills in paradise.
Technically, you can kite surf anywhere in Fiji as there's plenty of water and consistent onshore winds. For most people, that means visiting the beach. But some beach locations are much better than others when it comes to kiting.
Most people get started with lessons and use the equipment provided by the school, but once you've got the skills, it's time to get your own gear.
Each kite design has special performance characteristics so it's helpful to understand what those unique features are.