Club Masa and surfing in Fiji
Replies: 1 - Last Post: Feb 21, 2012 12:59 AM Last Post By: Nanuku
Feb 2, 2012 6:31 PM
Club Masa and surfing in FijiHI all
Me and a group of mates are heading to fiji for a wedding in early-mid april, and we have decided to make a bit of a surf trip out of it. We are looking at going down south to Sigatoka and staying at Club Masa, but I can not find a website and also am having troubles finding a phone number. I have also read people say that the road there is closed, there's no power etc, and have no idea how long ago these were written. So was wondering if:
1. anyone has contacts for Club Masa (phone, email, website, anything?)
2. has anyone stayed there and can give some feedback on what it was like. me and all my mate can rough it, definitely doesn't bother us, but we need power to charge cameras and laptops as may be doing an article for a surfing magazine there and don't want to run out of camera charge!
3. does anyone know what surf conditions are normally like that time of year.
Moving on to my second question, does anyone have any other suggestions for other surf spots that are easily accessible? having to get a boat out every day seems like it may start to rack up quite a bit of cash, but from what i have researched all are boat rides away except Sigatoka Dunes.
And final question (sorry but thought better putting them all in one post rather then 3) does anyone know if any companies will just take spectators to the reefs or if they charge less for people not surfing. As i will need to go out to some of the reefs to take photos for the article but wont be surfing.
thanks everyone and if anyone has anything else useful or good tips about Fiji and surfing there please feel free to share your knowledge with me!
Feb 21, 2012 12:59 AM
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