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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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Lalati - I am planning a trip to Lalati as well. Erik are you back yet?? Did you surf around there? Can anyone give some input? I am bringing my wife and Lalati seems the nicest in the area.
Hideaway - Nam, The best surf near Hideaway IS HIDEAWAY. It is a fun, fast right. I wouldn't suggest going anywhere else. If you want to go to Frigates take a taxi to the Waidroka and go with them, when i was there it cost $40. Just be careful of the size, (as with everywhere else in the world) it looks a lot smaller from the hotel. paddle out on the left of the channel and you should be ok.
bega lagoon - eric...have you been able to find ok-priced boat to Frigates from Bega resort? looks like I'll have the same problem being only surfer at Lalati resort...re getting to surf from Denarau, you can prob get on Seashell's boat..try to phone and book the night before if you can, in case the boat's full...they were leaving at each morning at 7:30am when I was there in November...also you might want to try Rendevous surf camp at Ucai(sp?) Landing coz it's at bit closer to Nadi...I don't know what there setup is tho...have fun!
Hideaway-area surfing - I am going to Fiji in February for a dive trip, and will be surfing while staying at the Hideaway resort. I've been surfing the beach breaks in Santa Monica, and I'm probably about an intermediate level surfer. Any suggestions regarding the surf near the Hideaway? Thanks.
denarau island, fiji.... for my post below - sorry, didn't explicitly state fiji when alluding to denarua island.thanks~erik
surf transfers from denarau island? - hi there. so my trip is all booked and i was hoping to get some advice on getting to the surf. the first half of my trip i will be at a worldmark resort with my wife's parents. the resort has no surf transfers to my knowledge, so i need to find a daily transfer to the local spots (wilkes, namotu, etc.) any recommendations? i hear that sea shell resort can make arrangements, but am not sure the distance from where i will be. any help would be really appreciated.the second half we are staying at beqa lagoon resort. will let everyone know my thoughts upon return.~erik
New surfer needing lessons - I'll be in Fiji for the month of December, can anybody reccomend a place to get cheap surfing lessons?
TAVARUA MAGIC - JUST RETURNED FROM 7 SURF FILLED DAYS ON TAVARUA!!!! CLOUDBREAK AND RESTARAUNTS GOING OFF>>> THE FIJIAN PEOPLE AND THE MANAGEMENT THERE( ROSEMAN AND CO.) ARE SOME OF THE FINEST INDIVIDUALS ON THIS PLANET!!! CLOUDBREAK IS THE MOST CHALLENGING WAVE GOING AND IS NEVER THE SAME TWICE>>>> RESTARAUNTS IS JUST PLAIN INSANE!!!! A DAMN MACHINE THAT JUST PLAIN FLAT OUT SMOKES DOWN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND COLORFUL REEF THAT YOU HAVE EVER SEEN>>> IT ALSO IS VERY SHALLOW WITH A CAPITAL S!!!! THE TRIP IS WELL WORTH THE CASH!!! ALOHA
surf boats from beqa island to frigates? - hiya... my wife and i are planning on going to beqa island for 9 days dec/jan. we are thinking either beqa lagoon resort (formerly "marlin bay resort") or lalati resort. both are pricey but i need to spoil my wife and will get over it...the real problem is the cost to get to frigates. lalati wants $110US/day for the boat and i am the only surfer staying at that time. haven't heard back on what beqa lagoon costs.anyone know of alternatives to get to frigates, such as fisherman, etc. that are actually a reasonable cost?
Waidroka blows - I hear the rednecks have left Waidroka. I spent 3 bad weeks there last year, the place has loads of potential but has to be run by surfers. If you are thinking about taking a non-surfing partner think again, waidroka has no beach and they will not be able to swim as the "beach" is a mud flat.Stay at the hideaway and surf that instead, you can paddle to it and therefore surf it when you want. Leave it an hour either side of low and you should be ok.
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