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Find your adventure as you experience the magnificent beauty of a remote and unspoiled tropical Fijian Island. Plunging volcanic rainforest slopes meet azure coral lagoons and the Great Astrolabe Barrier Reef, a rare untouched slice of nature unfolds before your eyes. This 7-day surf camp is more than just an ordinary surf camp, as you will not only get the best surf experience, but you can also get away far from the maddening crowd, unplug and recharge at the most stunning places in Fiji!
During this surf camp, you will be staying at Matava Eco Resort in one of the Oceanview Bures. Matava Eco Resort offers the unique blend of eco lodges and a little bit of luxury - all set against the brilliantly contrasting backdrops of sun-soaked beaches and rocky shores, crystal clear water and pristine untouched wilderness full of friendly local wildlife and local communities. With a maximum of just 22 guests at one time and no day visitors, this is the ultimate, intimate escape.
The Oceanview bures are spacious 400 feet square rooms and each is positioned for maximum privacy. They are crafted from solid sustainable Fijian wood, with high cathedral ceilings, and picture windows displaying lagoon and ocean views. With all natural materials and polished wood finishes, the bures have a unique natural ambiance. It is built in the traditional thatched Fijian style and finely finished with polished timber floors, large airy louver windows, locally farmed mahogany furnishings, and en-suite bathrooms. It is also equipped with the fully insect screened windows that open onto your private sun deck with views out across the lagoon.
Each bure is equipped with:
This surf camp takes place in Kadavu Island, Fiji. Kadavu Island offers access to several remote world class surfing reef breaks on the Great Astrolabe Barrier Reef that faces the predominant South Easterly swell. There are five nearby passageways through the barrier reef and three of these can offer excellent reef break surfing.
Located around 20 minutes by boat from the resort, this site features left hand breaking waves that can be surfed on almost any wind direction, best on a southeast swell. It can be surfed on both high and medium tide, has an average size of around 4 - 6 feet and up to 10 - 12 feet between June and September. It is generally a predictable break and can be surfed by inexperienced surfers on a small day. Sometimes forms a beautiful barrel.
Located around 10 minutes by boat from the resort, this site has both left and right hand breaking waves. The main break is predominantly left, holding quality waves of up to 12 feet and is all power from top to bottom. It can be surfed at the upper end of an incoming tide and is best on a northerly wind and a southeast swell. Vesi is nick-named ‘The Boardbreaker”.
Depending on its power and size is a thick, steep right-hander. Works best on a southwest swell. This is a good break when the swell direction is not working around the other reef breaks.
In addition to these three passageways, there are several reef breaks outside the barrier reef which offer excellent surfing when the conditions are right. These breaks are virtually unexplored and as yet, have no names.
Please book your flight to arrive at Vunisea Airport (KDV) from Nadi International Airport (NAN). Traveling by domestic flight from Nadi International Airport (NAN) to Vunisea Airport (KDV) takes approximately 40 minutes. Matava Eco Resort will pick you up from the airport to transfer you to the resort by boat.
There is one scheduled ferry service which sails Suva - Vunisea - Kavala Bay - Suva. The ferry departs from Narain Wharf (Walu Bay, Suva) and is operated by Goundar Shipping. The ferry sails once a week departing Suva late at night on wednesdays. It's about a 7-hour passage to Vunisea.