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. With hundreds of islands making up the country of Fiji in the South Pacific, you can plan a Fiji surfing trip that fits your budget, your level of skill, and your choice of accommodations. "It's like heaven on earth," according to Mick Fanning, a three time world surfing champion, who says Fiji is definitely a place to visit.
Since 2010, all waves in Fiji are accessible to anyone who visits the area, a change since the days when specific waves were considered proprietary to certain resorts. Each island that comprises Fiji has easy access to beaches with waves you might want to try, but the areas near some of the best surfing sites are located off Nadi on Viti Levu, the main island of Fiji. Here you will find the Mamanuca chain of 20 islands, which include the popular private island of Namotu.
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Many tourists come to the area in search of the "perfect wave" and believe that the best way to find it to follow the local surf reports and book Fiji accommodations as they go.
Families who come to area in search of a variety of activities, including surfing for beginners, often head to Natandola for surfing lessons. The more challenging waves are a boat trip away, while local resorts offer a variety of water activities, goals, and tours into town to soak in the local culture. There are many midrange and upscale resorts to create perfect family vacations, but you can never go wrong at Namotu Island Resort.
Come To The Namotu Island Resort For The Best Fiji Accommodations
For serious surfing in Fiji, one of the best places to stay is on a private island such as Namotu. Within proximity to Cloudbreak, Swimming Pools, Restaurants, Wilkes Passage, Namotu Lefts, and other intermediate and expert breaks, Namotu Island Resort is popular with tourists coming to the area for the first time and for champion surfers who know how to pick the best accommodations.
Once you have stayed at this resort, you will keep coming back. As world surfing champion Joel Parkinson puts it, "Namotu has been my second home for almost 10 years now. If you're an ocean lover, it'll become your favourite place in the world."
Easily accessible to the world's best surfing, SUP, kitesurfing, snorkelling, diving and fishing, the island is a tranquil place to relax. In the words of legendary Hawaiian Waterman Dave Kalama, "It's the effect Namotu has on your appreciation for life that makes it so special."
Come see for yourself by booking a trip to Namotu Island.