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fiji travel plans?« on: February 17 2006 22:02:00 »
I'm looking to go to Fiji and would like to know if anyone on here has gone to Tavarua and what their experience was like. I'm just starting my research and would like to know everything from airlines (what airport to land at) and where to stay, see, and all that jazz. Any help would be appreciated....
RE: fiji travel plans?« Reply #1 on: February 25 2006 17:02:00 »
I've surfed for 2 months in Fiji and have to say that Wairoka bay resort is best for surf spots on the Coral Coast, with epic waves such as Pipe, VuNaNu, and Frigattes which is hugely under rated !!! I've surfed this place at 6-8ft solid (not face size) and the barrels where big enough to drive a car through. Tavarua if your rich enough is good but obviously you cant know for sure that surf will be good. Other than that i would just head of to different islands checking the regular surf patterns for the country and do some exploring ... enjoy mate
RE: fiji travel plans?« Reply #2 on: February 25 2006 17:02:00 »
Go to "travel features" on this site and navigate to the Fiji report.
RE: fiji travel plans?« Reply #3 on: February 26 2006 05:02:00 »
Just wondering which is the best place to surf in fiji if you are looking for nice easy waves to enjoy nothing to heavy. What are the best places to stay and what accomadation is near the best beach breaks? Which is the easiest reef break?
Going for a wk. in May.
RE: fiji travel plans?« Reply #4 on: March 14 2006 17:03:00 »
As dan said a few messages above Waidroka Bay Resort is good and has dorm rooms availale so they can accomodate cheap budgets. They have access to an easy going reef break called Last Resorts which is perfect for surfers who want to relax and enjoy surfing easy going reef. There arent really many/any beach breaks that i know of in Fiji but there is so much i havent explored off the main island, so who knows. But at high tide you can feel comfortable enough to take on plenty of the reef breaks at smaller sizes
RE: fiji travel plans?« Reply #5 on: April 25 2007 22:04:00 »
Last resorts is a hoax. The only waves worth the trouble are Frigates and Vanunu. But you might want to check out Sigatoka if you want sand