Year-round, surfers grab their surfboards and travel to Fiji to enjoy some of the most stunning breaks in the world. Some come for the superb weather and wind conditions, some for the power behind the waves. Still others come for bragging rights; telling their friends that they conquered world-famous Cloudbreak, Restaurants, and Wilkes Passage.
We realise that not everyone is a surf pro. With that in mind, we’ll answer several questions that people often ask regarding the Fiji surf.
When Is The Best Time To Visit?
It’s always a good time to visit Namotu, since the weather stays between the upper 20s and low 30s (Celsius) throughout the year. Having said that, it’s more humid and slightly warmer from November to April than it is from May to October.
What If I Don’t Know How To Surf Yet?
Take a few lessons before venturing out onto the waters. While the famous breaks, such as Restaurants and Cloudbreak, require considerable experience, plenty of surf spots offer mellower waters in which to master your new skills.
What Are The Best Waves Near Namotu Island?
That depends on your skills and your willingness to put them to the test. If you’ve been surfing for years and have mastered techniques that rival those of the pros, head out to Cloudbreak and Wilkes.
If you know your way around a longboard, but lack the confidence to tackle Fiji’s biggest breaks, head over to Swimming Pools or Tavy rights
What Other Activities Are Available Besides Surfing?
Surfing isn’t the only water-based activity you’ll find on Namotu Island. Many folks come to try their hand at kitesurfing. Others come for the game fishing. Still others come to the resort to enjoy kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba diving. And of course, many guests bring little more than their hats, sunglasses, sunblock, and a few good books to read on the beach.
Where Should I Stay While Surfing In Fiji?
Many experienced surfers consider Namotu Island Resort to be among the best surf and watersport resort places to stay in Fiji. Comfortable and cosy beach bures and villas put you close to the water and give you fast access to the world’s most celebrated surf spots. Meanwhile, the experienced and responsive staff is trained to cater to your needs.
There are plenty of places to stay while surfing Fiji. But there’s only one Namotu Island Resort.