Fiji sevens men’s rugby team took gold in the Tokyo Olympics, and they defended their 2016 Rio title making them back-to-back champions! In 2021, Fiji beat new Zealand 27-12 in the gold medal match at Tokyo stadium. To continue this theme we have started to create a collection of the top 7 – venues, attractions, and places to eat across Fiji. These venues have gained international recognition and breathtaking reviews within the industry.
Namotu Island is Fiji’s world-class destination for water and sports experiences with easy access to Fiji’s premier surf breaks. Namotu is the closest island to all seven unique surf breaks including the famous Cloudbreak.
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Namotu Island offers a unique daily menu incorporating a variety of international cuisines with a focus on fresh produce. We catch all the fish for our restaurant ourselves and are proud to serve you the best, sustainably sourced seafood. All our dishes have been designed to showcase the best in local and imported delicacies from throughout the Pacific region.
Guests can spend all day in, over, and under the water. No matter what activity you may be interested in, Namotu Island’s attentive staff is there to make it happen on your schedule. Namotu Island offers an array of incredible experiences and access to world-class surf breaks.
If you’re after something deeper, there are over 30 excellent SCUBA and SNUBA dive sites in close proximity to Namotu. We engage a third party dive company to take you out and you’ll be picked up straight from Namotu and escorted to your chosen dive site. If you’d like to do your open water dive course while in Fiji, we recommend completing the Padi online course and a medical clearance before you arrive so you can simply complete the practical component across a couple of half-days.
Fishing around Namotu is great all year long with many different species on offer. Our fishing boat, the Mai Kana, supplies fish for our restaurant and each week has a resident fisherman who is in charge of ensuring we are fully stocked so guests can enjoy fresh Yellowfin tuna Spanish Mackerel sashimi, barbecued ruby snapper and many more tasty delights. Fresh fish is so important to us here on Namotu and you can get involved if you want!
The fisherman will usually head out in the morning and afternoon and guests are more than welcome to jump onboard and do some angling. There is no better place to get a taste of fishing than Namotu because it’s so close; most of the time the Mai Kana is within sight of the island and heads back in for lunch so you can join for a morning or afternoon without being caught out there all day.