"Viti Levu, the main island of Fiji has many surrounding reefs with worldclass surf, Odffcourse there is the expensive resort of Tavarua with breaks like Cloudbreak and Restarants, but also for the less fortunate people there's other breaks that rival in quality. With 300+ islands there's still enough breaks that have not been discoverd, you'll need a good boat, maps, and time to cover all of them though. Not many surf spots for beginners, some for intermediates, but most require a good level of surfing." Climate in Fiji : Fiji has a tropical climate with a wet and dry season. The wet season is between November and April, which is also when hurricanes and cyclones are most likely to occur while the dry season is between May and October. The prevailing trade winds blow from the east for most of the year and average annual precipitation varies from 1,780 mm (70 inches) to 2,030 mm (80 inches). Average temperature ranges in Suva are from 20 to 26 degrees Celsius (68 to 79 degrees Fahrenheit) in August to 23 to 30 degrees Celsius (73 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit) in February.
Coastline: 1,129 km
Surfing in Fiji
Total Fiji Surf spots: 17
Total Fiji Surf pictures: 43
For surf spot info, use the map of the Surf spots in Fiji above, if you have any questions related to surfing in Fiji use the Fiji surfing forum below to ask your questions.