Longboarding Fiji In January
Eryn Krouse, Lia Turano, and Janine Jahnke, joined us for their tropical girl’s surf trip in January. It’s no secret that Namotu is renowned for its world-class surf breaks, white sandy beaches, and crystal-clear waters but our food, cocktails, and the Fijian culture are what really make a holiday here so special. The girls had one week to explore our many surf spots and soak up the sun in this Pacific Island paradise. Read Full Article
Kite Weeks Have A New Name…
Introducing Ben Wilson’s UNLIMITED WEEKS – Over the last 5 years name “Kite” Weeks hasn’t rung true. Because they’re about so much more than kitesurfing. They’re foiling, surfing, fishing, paddle boarding, kiting, and everything in between.
Unlimited Weeks (formerly Kite Weeks) are the complete Namotu Island experience with all the trimmings and no limits. Lots of added inclusions, upgraded options, special extras, and a ton of extra service. Whether you’re interested in kiting, foiling, surfing, winging, or fishing, these trips offer the best service, food, photography, and equipment to help you make the most of Namotu’s water sports playground. They are more than just kitesurfing. They are unlimited. Read Full Article
Kalama Kamp 2022: Gallery
Renowned Hawaiian big wave surfer, stand-up paddleboarder, surf and SUP board shaper, foiler, and windsurfer, Dave Kalama and his team of watermen (and women) have just wrapped up their annual 2-week surf camps on Namotu. Of course, any trip hosted by Dave is going to include a lot more than just surfing. There’s foiling, stand-up paddleboarding, winging, longboarding, and of course the obligatory surfing. Read Full Article
Namotu Partners With The Aloha Award
We’re thrilled to come on board and sponsor the Aloha Award, an incredible initiative recognising and celebrating individuals making waves in the surfing world.
What is the Aloha Award? The Aloha Award is not about being the best surfer, it’s about sharing the stoke for the ocean and celebrating people making a real difference in their communities. It’s all about recognising, rewarding, and supporting exceptional individuals in the global surf community. People who, in addition to cultivating and sharing their joy of surfing with others, are making meaningful contributions to their communities. Typically, they’re involved in, or leading organisations whose mission is to protect the ocean or harness its healing powers in the service of others. For example, past winners have been involved in surf therapy and ocean conservation. Such organisations may be large or small and there are no strict eligibility criteria for the Aloha Award. All that’s asked is those nominated demonstrate commitment to living a life consistent with the principles of the Aloha Spirit. Read Full Article