Fiji surfing isn't a free-for-all. Surfers follow an unspoken set of rules designed to promote fairness and orderliness while reducing the risk of injury
You're taking some time off to surf and want to spend it in a world-class location, such as Fiji. Although there are numerous Fiji surf resorts, some are considerably better than others.
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.
When surfing is the main goal of your Fiji holidays, you can find some of the best waves in the world to ride and develop your skills here.
Namotu Island welcomes the Men's and Women's Fiji Pro leg of the 2015 World Championship Tour (WCT), part of the 11-stop World Surf League. Surfers brings their boards to master some of the most famous wave breaks in the world.
There's much more to do on Namotu Island than just surf. Here's a list of the most popular activities you can enjoy during your stay.
If you're looking for fun, sun, and adventure the perfect spot for your vacation is Namotu Island, Fiji. Whether you are going as a family, part of a group, or for a couples getaway there is plenty to keep you busy at Namotu Island Resort.
Fiji is renowned for its surfing. For access to the best surf spots and surf breaks in Fiji, you can hardly pick a better home base than Namotu Island Resort. Let's take a look at them.
The pros make it look easy. Getting barrelled, doing power hooks, and hitting perfect backside closeout snaps is par for the course when surfing in Fiji. But even pro riders can get caught between sets.