All levels of surfing welcome
Village homestay and local activities
A variety of freshly made western and local dishes such as:
Kocoda (marinated fish in lemon juice served with diced tomatoes, onions and coconut milk)
Ika vaka loco (fish cooked in coconut milk)
Lovo (traditional earth oven)
Vegetarian options available
We hand pick our partner villages to provide a unique village homestay. You will have your own private, comfortable room in a family house within the village. You will share a toilet and eat with the family, usually on the floor in the traditional style.
Camping is in a tent provided and located within ancient dunes.
The bohemian style surf lodge is nestles amongst palms on the beach. You will sleep in a mixed, six bed dorm unless you request to upgrade to a private bure.
Monday Day 1
Your guide and teacher will collect you from the airport and take you to the first of three surfing locations along the Coral Coast. Your village homestay is a rare chance to absorb the traditional way of life here on the islands. He will tell you all about the local customs and village rules so you feel comfortable before hand. Take you first surf lesson or guided tour.
Tuesday Day 2
Tide dependant surf lesson or guided tour followed by village activities.
Wednesday Day 3
This morning you’ll travel about an hour along the coast to a tiny local campsite which nestles in the ancient dunes. You’ll surf on the high tide on a beach break.
Thursday Day 4
Today you’ll surf on the high tide on the same beach break. A dune walk to where you get the chance to learn about the flora and fauna of the local environment and hear some local story telling.
Friday Day 5
This morning you’ll head up the coast to a bohemian style surf lodge. You’ll surf on high tide and if you have any energy left, you can take a kayak out to the reef or go for a local reef snorkel. Optional activities are also available on low tide.
Saturday Day 6
You’ll surf on high tide then spend a few hours on the locally guided jungle walk. Your guide will then give you a basic lesson on how to plant coral for conservation purposes. Also known as ‘coral gardening’.
Sunday Day 7
Check out is at 10am but feel free to use facilities all day. Your final surf will be on high tide as usual. You can take the kayak out or absorb ‘Fiji Time’ on the beach.
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We advise arriving on Saturday or Sunday to acclimatize before the trip starts on Monday.
Surfing is tide and weather dependent. We will do our best to find the best spots and when we can, provide an alternative activity is surf is not possible.
In the lodge there are upgrades to private garden bures available on request. Please let us know in advance.
Please bring your own reusable water bottle to help reduce waste on the islands.
Details of your resort/lodge names and full itinerary will be sent to you once your booking is confirmed with 20% deposit.