Namotu Island is the closest island to all the surf breaks…
Cloudbreak: A world class left reef pass that is regularly voted one of the 10 Best/Most challenging waves in the world
Namotu Lefts: A world class reef break that’s more forgiving than it’s fearsome neighbour Cloudbreak
Desperations: Farther northwest up the barrier reef from Wilkes Pass, Desperations is a right and left peak that breaks off a point
Restaurants: A long often hollow and perfect left along a reef directly in front of the restaurant on Tavarua
Wilkes: About a mile northwest of Namotu Island, across the channel, Wilkes Pass is a powerful right barrel that breaks on the southern tip of a long barrier reef
Swimming Pools: Gets its name from its colour – it’s a clear, bright blue, much like a swimming pool
The winter “cool” season (April – October) produces the biggest waves and is most suitable for experienced surfers, while the summer “warm” season (November – March) has shorter swells and lighter winds and is more suitable for less experienced surfers (but not really suitable for beginners).