Surf Listings in the Fiji, Samoa + Tonga

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The Perfect Wave
The Perfect Wave
Somewhere around the world right now someone is scoring the perfect wave! It could be off a surf boat in the Mentawais, an isolated island reef break in Samoa, a perfect point break in South Africa or riding a long board on a beach break in Hawaii. Whatever your perfect wave is, we can get ...
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Waterways Travel
Waterways Surf Adventures
The coastlines of our Ocean Planet are dynamic regions of enticing beauty and endless variety. From the ancient Polynesians to today's global surf travelers, voyagers exploring the fringes of the Seven Seas have discovered a world of adventure beyond imagination. WaterWays Surf Adventures brings you the very best of global surf travel. Our fully-inclusive group packages, independent ...
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Momi Surf
Momi Surf Boat Charters
Daily surf boat charter departing from Momi Bay 7:30am & 1:30pm daily 4hr sessions max 7 persons 15-20 min boat ride to Cloudbreak and 8 other waves. Operated by local captain Ben with over 20 years experience as a surf boatman operator within these waters. We know where the best waves are! Phone or text ...
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Fanning Island
Nagigia Island Resort
Surf Samoa
The Surf Travel Company
Surf The Earth
Atoll Travel
Matanivusi Surf Resort
Tui Tai
Malolo Surf
Fiji Surf Co.
About Surfing Fiji, Samoa + Tonga
At Polynesia's heart lie the Fijian and Samoan island chains with Fiji's Cloudbreak and Samoa's Boulders as the poster boys of the region. Reef surfing here is not for the faint of heart and beginners are probably advised to try their luck elsewhere. No continental shelf and almost 360 degree swell window offers possibilities in most swell and wind combinations - so long as you have a boat. The dry season from April to October coincides with the south swell season but also brings with it the south-east trade winds. The wet season brings less wind but also slightly less consistent swells, though it is during this time that big swells can propagate down from North Pacific. Whilst Western surfers found these islands in the 1960s the Polynesian people had been already staked their claim sometime before. Water temperatures remain a tropical 27 to 29ºC or 81 to 84ºF year-round.
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